A new patient-centered scheduling protocol is improving the quality, efficiency and convenience of multiprovider health care, according to a recently published paper from The University of Texas at Austin.
Five years into Dell Medical School’s work to revolutionize how people get and stay healthy, Dean Clay Johnston provided a look at its progress and plans during the State of Our School address on May 21.
A jawless parasitic fish could help lead the way to more effective treatments for multiple brain ailments, including cancer, trauma and stroke.
Dell Medical School and UT Austin’s Steve Hicks School of Social Work will jointly operate a new Department of Health Social Work within the med school.
In a shared effort to improve care, Dell Medical School and OnlineMedEd are teaming up to teach students and providers about value-based care.
Dell Medical School and Episcopal Health Foundation have announced a partnership to advance health interventions that address nonmedical causes of poor health.
A novel colorectal cancer screening initiative run by Dell Medical School has helped double the percentage of CommUnityCare Health Center patients being screened for this form of cancer.
Dell Medical School will be the new home of Paul Villinski’s sculpture, “Passage,” a floating wood and metal sculpture on loan from the Blanton Museum of Art.
Cullen trust for higher education driving shift to health care value with $5 million gift to dell medical school.
The Housing Authority of the City of Austin is partnering with Dell Medical School to advance health for low-income residents in East Austin.
Ning “Jenny” Jiang, an associate professor in the Cockrell School of Engineering’s Department of Biomedical Engineering and Dell Medical School’s Department of Oncology, has been awarded a $2.5 million grant from the Chan Zuckerberg Initiative to participate in the philanthropic organization’s inaugural Neurodegeneration Challenge Network.
Dell Med and community partners are tackling critical health needs for Austin’s homeless through innovative mobile care team.
To combat maternal mortality and pregnancy complications, the National Science Foundation has awarded The University of Texas at Austin a $1.2 million Smart and Connected Health grant to support research using smartphones to monitor the activity and behavior of 1,000 pregnant women in the Austin area.
Public health and information technology expert Karen B. DeSalvo has been inducted as a member of the National Academy of Medicine.
Getting the flu vaccine is the most critical step you can take to prevent your family and yourself from being sidelined by the influenza virus this year.