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.
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.
Research and compassion meet in Dr. William Dauer, Director of UT Southwestern’s O’Donnell Brain Institute.
New Advanced Imaging Director drawn to latest upgrades for MRI facility
Bacteria-killing protein on epidermis needs dietary vitamin A to work.
Dr. Celette Sugg Skinner, Chair of the Department of Population and Data Sciences, brings a new perspective to campus to help solve pressing problems in North Texas.
Songbird studies offer researchers insight into stuttering, autism
Scientists with unique expertise take UT Southwestern research in new directions.
For years, everyone viewed body fat as unhealthy. Dr. Scherer’s research changes that thinking.