Kirsten Nieto, M.D., assistant professor in the Department of Internal Medicine and associate chief of the Division of Hospital Medicine, has been named Physician of the Year at Dell Seton Medical Center.
Annabel Cramer, M.D., received the INSPIRE Novice Research Award to study the effectiveness of a simulation-driven approach to bereavement training for EMS providers.
Six Dell Med students ran a flu vaccine event for the Thanksgiving holiday to make flu shots more accessible for Austin community members.
A UT Health Austin team is studying ways to improve care for patients with GERD. The surgical director for digestive health, Tripp Buckley, M.D., leads the team that includes surgical residents and medical students.
Even though an in-person summit on shared health challenges is currently impossible, three institutions united virtually to discuss their ongoing work in health equity and thoughts on COVID-19’s transnational impact in Texas and Mexico.
Charles Osterberg III, M.D., and his team recently studied urethroplasty, the surgery commonly used to treat urethral stricture disease, to help urologists and patients better understand the factors that lead to successful surgeries.
Pediatrics residents and faculty passed out goodies to patients as part of a reverse trick-or-treat parade.
Several Dell Med pediatric neurologists have made recent achievements as they strive for improving neurological health for children in Central Texas and beyond.
Kevin Vargas, a UT Austin psychology major, recounts how the Dell Med Office of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion’s chemistry program helped him continue to defy societal expectations.
Forty-one Dell Medical School students volunteered to take a flu-vaccination class and participate in administering the vaccine as part of University Health Services’ annual flu vaccine drive.
Laura Pavitt speaks with Tara Kaufmann, M.D., about her journey to the Livestrong Cancer Institutes and her plans for her work in Austin.
Victoria Tillman, a UT Austin biochemistry major, recounts how an Office of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion summer program helped her be excited by her introductory chemistry class, instead of intimidated.