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Macones, Harris Appointed to Interim Leadership Roles  »

George Macones, M.D., will be interim dean of Dell Medical School at The University of Texas at Austin starting Sept. 1, 2021. C. Martin Harris, M.D, will serve as interim vice president for medical affairs.

HLA House Project: Checking in on Central Texans During the Pandemic »

The Health Leadership Apprentice Program Purple House partnered with the Department of Population Health at Dell Medical School to create the Central Texas Check-In, an effort aimed at connecting Central Texans with needed resources during the COVID-19 pandemic.

A Year of Transformation at Dell Med »

A graduating Value-Based Health Care Orthopaedic fellow recounts her time at the fellowship at Dell Medical School amid the COVID-19 pandemic.

Standing With & Supporting LGBTQ+ Communities at Dell Med »

The Office of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion at Dell Medical School reflects on the conclusion Pride Month.

By Rene Salazar, M.D.
Caring, Character & Calling: Learning How to Carry the Burden »

The Caring, Character & Calling series explores the stories of profound influencers in medical education, as told by Dell Med students.

Global to Local Convenes Leaders and Students On Health Disparities »

The Global Health Interest Group at Dell Med recaps its second Global to Local conference.

Caring, Character & Calling: Finding an Ally & Mentor in Orthopaedics »

The Caring, Character & Calling series explores the stories of profound influencers in medical education, as told by Dell Med students.

Caring, Character & Calling: The Pharaoh of Advocacy »

The Caring, Character & Calling series explores the stories of profound influencers in medical education, as told by Dell Med students.

Launching the Cientifico Latino Mentorship Program at UT Austin »

The Cientifico Latino Mentorship Program provides mentorship and increases access to career opportunities for UT Austin students from underrepresented groups in STEM.

By Alejandra De Angulo, Ph.D.
Caring, Character & Calling: The Importance of the Patient History »

The Caring, Character & Calling series explores the stories of profound influencers in medical education, as told by Dell Med students.

Caring, Character & Calling: Finding Meaning in the Details »

The Caring, Character & Calling series explores the stories of profound influencers in medical education, as told by Dell Med students.

Caring, Character & Calling: Learning From Medical Student Colleagues »

The Caring, Character & Calling series explores the stories of profound influencers in medical education, as told by Dell Med students.

Caring, Character & Calling: Resident Teachers During COVID-19 »

The Caring, Character & Calling series explores the stories of profound influencers in medical education, as told by Dell Med students.

Caring, Character & Calling: Lessons From the Operating Room »

The Caring, Character & Calling series explores the stories of profound influencers in medical education, as told by Dell Med students.

Summer Undergraduate Research Fellows Take Their Cancer Research Experience to Medical School »

Learn how the Livestrong Cancer Institute’s Summer Undergraduate Research Fellowship helped future medical students Elizabeth Rodriguez and Prajwal Gowda understand translational cancer research.

By Melissa Huddleston
Fostering Innovation and Opportunity for Medical Entrepreneurs  »

Texas Health Catalyst program manager, Jay Brown, shares some of his observations about the consulting phase of the program and how Texas Health catalyst provides value for early-stage innovators.

By Jay Brown
Meet the Community Health Workers Supporting Health Beyond the Clinic »

Community health workers Diana Manzo, Brenda Garza and Richard Johnson are bridging the gap between health entities and the community to increase access to health care and decrease health disparities.

By Jenna Parro
A New Resource for Coaching Efficient & Empathetic Communication Strategies  »

The Clinician Communication Effectiveness Program equips health care providers with practical communication strategies and tools they can implement into their daily work.

Artificial Intelligence Used in a New Patient Decision Aid for Total Knee Replacement »

Artificial intelligence is used in a new decision aid tool for patients considering total knee replacement, leading to improved outcomes.

Q&A With Kiran Shokar, Chair of Population Health »

Kiran Shokar, M.D., M.P.H., will begin serving as associate dean for Community Affairs, chair of the Department of Population Health, and professor of Population Health at Dell Medical School at The University of Texas at Austin in May 2021.