Jennifer Jaimes of Dell Med’s Department of Pediatrics shares an update on research that investigates who breakfast plays a role in adolescents’ weight.
The Center for Health and Environment: Education and Research provides an update on the expansion of its pilot project programs.
A spring installment of Eat Well: Culinary Medicine engaged pediatric physicians in training on the impact of fad diets.
Kerry Kinney and Lynn Katz for the Center for Health and Environment: Education and Research summarize the effects of “forever chemicals” in drinking water.
Factor Health partners with Project Evident to publish new whitepaper assessing cross-sectoral opportunities to improve the delivery of health and the vitality of food systems.
Residents and fellows showcased their efforts to improve patient care, advance health systems and explore clinical case presentations at this year’s Resident and Fellow Research Day.
In this installment of the Caring, Character and Calling series, Steve Tyler shares how a past medical experience impacts his treatment of patients.
In this installment of the Caring, Character and Calling series, Yvette Williams-Brown shares the impact of family on her medical career.
Members of the Dell Med Community share their thoughts on the latest recipients of the Dr. Timothy George Trailblazer Award.
Dell Med’s Division of Global Health and Benemérita Universidad Autónoma de Puebla team up to deliver multidisciplinary health outreach event in two rural communities in Puebla, Mexico.
Colin Mervak, a Pediatric Emergency Medicine fellow at Dell Med and within Dell Children’s emergency department, has been awarded funding through a pediatric research grant program to study bronchiolitis.
Principal investigators for two pilot projects funded by Center for Health and Environment: Education and Research shared their progress at the center’s seminar series event held on March 22.
Jeanne Kowalski-Muegge and her lab led University of Texas undergraduates through an all-day event covering molecular-targeted therapies and cancer genomics.
Meet eight pairs of collaborators from across The University of Texas at Austin who are leading interdisciplinary teams to better health outcomes for Central Texas and beyond.
In the latest session of Culinary Medicine, participants learned about food insecurity as it relates to nutrition and available resources.
Learn about Tatiana Cardenas and her role as chair of the diversity, equity and inclusion committee within the Department of Surgery and Perioperative Care.
Students, trainees and faculty from the Division of Acute Care Surgery presented their scientific work at the 2022 American College of Surgeons Clinical Congress.
The Community-Driven Initiatives program at Dell Medical School shares the journey that Frederika Easley and Flow to Heal took through the Call for Ideas process.