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Final Reflections: A Conversation With Clay Johnston »

Stepping down after seven years as inaugural dean of Dell Medical School, Clay Johnston looks back on his tenure.

Latino Medical Student Association at Dell Med Drives Initiative to Combat Food Insecurities for Latino Austin Community »

The Latino Medical Student Association at Dell Medical School aims to empower and maximize the potential of Latino communities and other marginalized groups. Part of their mission is recognizing and striving to address the disparities in health care access, representation and education.

Austin-Area Residential Treatment Program Improves Mental Health, Saves Taxpayers Millions  »

Research from Dell Med, the LBJ School and Integral Care shows that an Austin-area residential treatment program is treating a large population experiencing homelessness while saving the local health care system millions annually.

What’s the Healthscape? 4 More Examples »

Dell Medical School’s “Healthscape,” focused on health beyond the clinic, supports and advances innovations that improve health in the landscape of people’s lives. Here are four examples.

Investigating the Incurable: Spotlight on Multiple Myeloma Research »

Kiera Rycaj, Ph.D., a postdoctoral researcher in Dell Med’s Department of Oncology, along with her research mentor William Matsui, M.D., are seeking to find out why multiple myeloma is notorious for relapse.

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