For this Mental Health Awareness Month, learn about some of the partnerships the Center for Youth Mental Health team has created and strengthened this quarter.
Rather than letting COVID-19 interrupt what was promising to be a step toward improved food access and nutrition, the Bastrop County Food Access and Nutrition Project is modifying its plan.
Student group Nourishment and Narratives With Neighbors altered its monthly dinner with residents at Community First! Village to deliver meals while practicing social distancing.
Medical schools across the country are adapting to COVID-19’s impact. Dell Med is no different.
The first Texas Health Catalyst Student Research4Impact Competition went smoothly despite shifting the finals from in-person presentations to virtual due to the COVID-19 outbreak.
For the February installment of the Texas Health CoLab Learning Series, an FBI subject matter expert presented on the dangers foreign adversaries pose to American technologies and how to protect against them.
Ruth Sanchez, a third-year medical student, explains what Dell Med and our partners are doing to address lung cancer in our community.
To help trainees develop the skill sets specific to academic hospitalist physicians and ensure they will thrive and lead across domains, Dell Med developed the Hospital Medicine Fellowship in Quality and Patient Safety.
For the January installment of the Texas Health CoLab Learning Series, Venture Atlas Lab founder Elizabeth Jennings kicked off the year by discussing market traction in health care.
Harrison Miner recaps the 2019 Forbes Healthcare Summit’s discussion of improving mental health care access and stigma.
Health Leadership Apprentice Program coordinator Madalyn Rosenthal developed a patient-education program to teach people about health topics while they wait for their clinic appointments to begin.
February is both Heart Month and Black History Month — perfect timing to talk about heart health specifically among African American women.
Michael Mackert previews what the Center for Health Communication is planning to accomplish in 2020.
Manuj Shah, a former participant in the Livestrong Cancer Institutes’ Summer Undergraduate Research Fellowship, reflects on how the program influenced his career goals.
The Blockchain and Digital Transformation in Health 2020 symposium will offer a unique academic and industry forum on whether blockchain technology can solve data problems in health care and more.
Dell Med faculty researcher Virginia A. Brown writes about receiving funding from the Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute’s Eugene Washington PCORI Engagement Award program.
Dell Medical School experts at SXSW 2020 will be discussing the new research, care models and technologies that are revolutionizing health care in Austin and beyond.