Learn how the Livestrong Cancer Institute’s Summer Undergraduate Research Fellowship helped future medical students Elizabeth Rodriguez and Prajwal Gowda understand translational cancer research.
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.
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.
The Clinician Communication Effectiveness Program equips health care providers with practical communication strategies and tools they can implement into their daily work.
Artificial intelligence is used in a new decision aid tool for patients considering total knee replacement, leading to improved outcomes.
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.
This statement from Dean Clay Johnston talks about the life of K. Lindley Dodson, M.D., and how we can honor her legacy.
Aaron Laviana, M.D., MBA, and his team of research colleagues studied the relationship between treatment at a high-volume hospital and outcomes from a surgery for a rare cancer.
Laura Pavitt reflects on how Livestrong Cancer Institutes’ outpatient oncology clinic at UT Health Austin has grown since it opened its doors two years ago.
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.