As the COVID-19 pandemic spread across the globe early this year, microbiologist Dr. John Schoggins was completing a coronavirus study he had started more than two years ago.
COVID-19 has drawn the world’s attention to the dangers of infectious diseases that can quickly kill thousands.
Dr. Trish Perl has traveled the world advising nations and health care workers during contagious disease outbreaks.
An arms race is underway in the gut microbiome between commensal microbiota and invasive bacterial pathogens as UT Southwestern researcher Dr. Vanessa Sperandio watches the action on the front lines.
Dr. Benjamin Levine’s career reads like an adventure novel.
Scientists trying to see small features in large tissue samples know it's a time-consuming, often frustrating task.
The National Academy of Sciences this year elected four UT Southwestern Medical Center scientists.
A world-renowned structural biologist and an equally esteemed scientist specializing in biochemical function combine their strengths to build lasting insights – and overcome challenges.
Whole brain microscopy allows researchers to peer inside neurons at the deepest cellular levels – and faster than ever before.
Research and compassion meet in Dr. William Dauer, Director of UT Southwestern’s O’Donnell Brain Institute.