Kids in Travis County are hospitalized for asthma much more often than the rest of the nation’s children, according to research led by Dell Med’s Elizabeth Matsui.
Dell Med’s researchers collaborate with industry pros to develop a new breast cancer modeling technique that predicts how tumors will respond to treatments.
Dave Clarke and a team of Dell Med researchers are working to break down barriers to pediatric epilepsy care in Texas, supported by a gift from Loretta and Jeff Clarke.
In the first study of its kind, Dell Med’s Phillip Schnarrs co-leads a study to evaluate brief suicide preventive strategies for young LGBTQ adults.
Paul Rathouz uses his skills as a statistician to hone research study designs, aiming to bring cutting-edge methods to bear on Dell Med’s mission to shape how people get and stay healthy.
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.
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.
Can we rewire brains to protect key functions during surgery? Researchers from Dell Medical School and UT Austin hope to set the stage for more discoveries in brain health and neuroplasticity.
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.
As a former emergency medicine physician and now one of Dell Med’s first palliative care fellows, Greg Wallingford has supported patients during some of their hardest moments. Now, he’s using his unique skillset to support and empower his colleagues during theirs.
The Class of 2025 is the newest cohort of medical students ready to carry forward Dell Med’s mission to revolutionize the way people get and stay healthy, in Central Texas and beyond.
A new study examines the COVID-19 alert system used in Travis County, resulting in a lower death rate than the rest of Texas with fewer lockdown measures — and how it can be used to save lives in the future.
Four first-generation college students. Alumni of 30 colleges and universities. 100% residency match rate. Forty-seven new physician leaders to revolutionize how people get and stay healthy. Congratulations to the Dell Med Class of 2021.
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.
Dell Med’s Gregory Ippolito co-authors a study in Science about our immune system’s response to COVID-19 antibodies, which could lead to the next generation of vaccines against coronavirus variants.
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.