For years, everyone viewed body fat as unhealthy. Dr. Scherer’s research changes that thinking.
Tracking the fuel that cancer cells devour to grow
Identifying potential pharmaceuticals with action against cancer and heart disease
Like the fictional Sherlock Holmes, UT Southwestern biochemist Dr. Zhijian “James” Chen approaches scientific mysteries by applying his keen observational skills and an uncanny ability to follow clues to their logical, satisfying conclusions.
Dr. Julie Pfeiffer’s refusal to back down from a challenge pays off in her studies of poliovirus.
Backed by a $6 million Cancer Prevention and Research Institute of Texas grant, UT Southwestern researchers are teaming up to study how radiation activates the immune system to fight cancer.
How did composing modern music and motivating teams under extreme environmental conditions contribute to Dr. Gaudenz Danuser’s unique perspective?
Dr. Lora Hooper began the research for which she is now internationally known – studying the microbes that live inside the gut – just as the field took off.
Imagine a future in which the clinic is wired with sensors that recognize you and streamline your visit.
An innovative digital pH sensor designed to improve the accuracy of tumor surgeries grew out of the unique, long-term collaboration of a cancer surgeon and a scientist.