In a webinar from Texas Health Catalyst and Winstead PC, University of Texas researchers and clinicians, as well as Austin-area entrepreneurs, learned about commercialization, intellectual property and more.
Pediatric residents and fellows at Dell Med participated in another session of Eat Well: Culinary Medicine, learning more about how food impacts health.
Members of Dell Medical School’s Livestrong Cancer Institutes recap their presentation on cancer care delivery practices at an annual summit.
The Caring, Character and Calling series explores the stories of profound influencers in medical education, as told by members of Dell Med. Here, John Luk reflects on a lasting mentorship.
Along with community partners, The Impact Factory launched Early Bird, a health system-integrated scholarship fund for children in poverty.
A young woman living with Stage 4 metastatic colorectal cancer reflects on Colorectal Cancer Awareness Month, sharing her story and offering advice.
Ryan M. Sutton, Ph.D., talks about his vision for diversity, equity and inclusion at Dell Med, why the work matters, and what it means for medicine.
A new discussion series from the Kern National Network featured three speakers from the Dell Med community in its first installment.
In a collaboration with the Surgical Oncology Clinic at UT Health Austin and Dell Med’s Department of Surgery and Perioperative care, students developed a project to streamline information sharing.
After immersing themselves in the workings of the Bone Health Program in the Musculoskeletal Institute at UT Health Austin, students made key recommendations to augment patient education.
A new clinical shadowing program at Dell Med and UT Health Austin is providing undergraduates with an opportunity to gain experience in the field of genetic counseling.
A lab led by Jeane Kowalski-Muegge, Ph.D., launches a computational program to expedite treatment recommendations for patients with cancer.
Pediatric residents at Dell Medical School launch a four-part podcast series exploring race, racism and health inequity within pediatrics.