2019 Article Archive
The good bacteria that live in the guts of mammals program the metabolic rhythms that govern the body’s absorption of dietary fat.
Competing in the World Transplant Games in Newcastle, England, as part of Team USA, Genie Kilpatrick won a gold medal in women’s tennis.
Two studies led by UT Southwestern provide evidence for the impact of biology by using artificial intelligence to identify patterns of brain activity that make people less responsive to certain antidepressants.
Imaging shows less brain deterioration in physically active people at high risk for dementia
Loss of a family of microRNAs results in a dramatic increase in fat formation.
At-home measurements are more accurate, less expensive, and easier to obtain than blood pressure screenings done in medical settings
In memoriam: Professor Emeritus of Surgery Dr. Robert McClelland, provided emergency care to President John F. Kennedy
Professor Emeritus of Surgery Dr. Robert N. McClelland, a nationally renowned surgeon and educator, and one of the last surviving members of the Parkland Memorial Hospital surgical team who worked on President John F. Kennedy after he was shot in Dallas, died Sept. 10. He was 89.
A potential treatment for polycystic kidney disease – a genetic disorder that causes the kidneys to swell with multiple cysts and can eventually lead to organ failure – has shown promising results in animal testing.
UT Southwestern joins in mourning T. Boone Pickens Jr., a catalyst for progress appreciated for his exceptional generosity
T. Boone Pickens Jr., whose committed humanitarianism, legendary generosity, and steadfast friendship graced UT Southwestern Medical Center for decades, died on Wednesday at the age of 91.
UT Southwestern researchers report that lowering levels of the hormone leptin can reduce obesity, overeating, and the insulin resistance tied to diabetes – and they have found an antibody that can do that.