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Neuroimaging & Artificial Intelligence Help Detect Brain Changes, Development of Future Disorder in Children of Bipolar Parents »

Dell Medical School researchers are using AI and neuroimaging techniques to identify changes in the brains among children of adults living with bipolar disorder, aiming to achieve a better understanding and even prevention of the debilitating disease.

Sujit Iyer: Strengthening Pediatric Emergency Care With Evidence-Based Training  »

Sujit Iyer found the opportunity to combine his interest in quality improvement, community outreach and leadership training through educational pediatric emergency care programs.

Sara Gottesman: Illustrating a New Way to Enhance Patient Care »

Sara Gottesman is using illustrative instruction to assist her peer physicians in training while elevating patient care standards, all while working to save lives in the process.

Building a Two-Way Street: Global Education From Texas to Kenya … & Back  »

Through the Academic Model Providing Access to Healthcare’s Consortium partnership in Kenya, Dell Medical School is innovating on ways to improve two-way global education for both international and U.S. medical exchange students.

Air Pollution in Austin Neighborhoods Linked to Asthma Disparities, UT Study Finds  »

A new study led by researchers at Dell Med and the College of Natural Sciences reveals a concerning link between air pollution in Austin neighborhoods and asthma-related ER visits, particularly impacting communities of color.

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