Dell Med researchers are part of a new effort to use quantum sensing technologies to develop more efficient and reliable ways to diagnose and prevent serious medical conditions.
Emergency medicine resident Mackenzie Thompson, M.D., MPH, is providing health care solutions for “frequent fliers” in the emergency department.
Charles D. Fraser Jr., M.D., is one of four members of The University of Texas at Austin community to receive this year’s Presidential Citation from President Jay Hartzell.
Two new studies out of UT Health Austin’s Post-COVID-19 Program reveal significant insights into Long COVID, including who is affected, the cluster of symptoms they experience and how their lives are impacted.
Greg Muller, Ph.D., is an expert in helping people face their fears, and lends that expertise both locally and in international conflict zones.
Priya Jacob, a pediatric resident, is improving the quality of patient care while reducing the cost burden on families and health care systems by standardizing care for children with constipation.
Daniel Freedman, D.O., is working to improve health communication and decrease stigma for families of children who experience psychogenic nonepileptic events.
A new professional development program at Dell Medical School is increasing the capacity of five local leaders to drive systemic change that gives everyone a fair and just opportunity to be as healthy as possible.
Hear from three Dell Med residency graduates about why Austin is the best place to continue their fellowship training and the impact this continuity is having on their career trajectory.
Brooke Wagen, a hospice and palliative medicine fellow, describes her Distinction in Care Transformation project, the Lazarus Phenomenon, which provides her peer residents and fellows space to gather and share their stories.
To improve access to primary and behavioral health care for people ending their homelessness, Austin’s Ending Community Homelessness Coalition (ECHO) and Dell Medical School at The University of Texas at Austin are beginning work to advance the new Permanent Supportive Housing Healthcare Collaborative.
Dell Medical School’s Health Transformation Research Institute, in partnership with Texas Biologics, is creating opportunities for basic scientists and clinical investigators to exchange ideas and partner with one another to improve health care for all.
The first large-scale, multi-center clinical trial is under way Dell Med to understand the safety and effectiveness of beginning labor induction at home instead of going to the hospital first — enabling a more person-centered approach to childbirth.
A team led by researchers at The University of Texas at Austin has found a new bio-inspired drug restores the effectiveness of immune cells in fighting cancer.
Dell Med and Ascension Seton welcomed 129 residents and 45 fellows this summer as they started the next phase of their medical training – graduate medical education. Meet six of the newest trainees.
For many, the prospect of a coming delivery is exciting. But for Benjamin Umlauf Ph.D., it’s not what’s in the package that holds his interest; it’s the how — the delivery method itself. And patients with brain conditions may soon benefit from his perspective.
Tuberculosis is a top killer in infectious diseases worldwide — but it’s preventable and treatable for those with access. International research efforts are shedding light on how community-focused solutions can hold the cure.
In Austin, collaborative efforts by students and clinicians means those seeking asylum in the U.S. now have better access to consistent, high-quality forensic medical exams. At the same time, the students involved are gaining important leadership experience.