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Elisa Borah: A Champion for Military & Veteran Families »

Elisa Borah, Ph.D., researches crucial support systems for military families and veterans.

Street Medicine, Other Homeless Health Initiatives Receive Permanent Support »

$2 Million Gift from DeJoria Foundation Will Create Dell Medical School Chair to Improve the Health of People Experiencing Homelessness

Blockchain as ‘TechQuity’: How Innovative Tech Solutions Have the Power to Help the Homeless »

Easy access to and control over personal information is a challenge for people experiencing homelessness. But Dell Med researchers say blockchain technology may provide a secure, digital “wallet” to increase access to health and well-being.

David Auzenne: Dismantling Barriers to Health »

David Auzenne partners with professionally diverse teams to ensure Austin communities have equal opportunities to get and stay healthy.

Austin Screening Initiative Strikes a Cost-Effective Balance in Colorectal Cancer Prevention Among Underserved Populations »

Researchers from Dell Med and UT Austin are one step closer to identifying an optimal solution for colorectal cancer screening among low-income populations – one that is both impactful and cost effective.

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