Dell Med research featuring Gregory Ippolito shows that convalescent plasma therapy is safe for critically ill COVID-19 patients.
Nationally Recognized Critical Care Physician Leah Harris, M.D., Named Pediatrics Chair at Dell Med, Physician-in-Chief at Dell Children’s
Dell Med’s Dr. Katherine Remick is leading a team to transform the emergency medical care landscape for children, thanks to a federally funded program from the National Emergency Medical Services for Children Innovation and Improvement Center.
Pediatricians, family practice doctors and other health care providers will soon have instant access to a pediatric mental health specialist under a statewide initiative led in Central Texas by Dell Medical School.
In a new meta-analysis, Dell Medical School’s Dr. Jeffrey Newport casts doubt on studies claiming exposure to antidepressants in the womb increases a child’s risk for autism.
Dell Medical School initiative garners widespread support, including H-E-B, the Garber Family Foundation and John Paul DeJoria’s Foundation, which pledges $250,000 in matching funds.
Bank of America Charitable Foundation will provide food, financial assistance and quality care to Central Texas’ most vulnerable residents through Dell Med and Ascension Seton.
One box at a time, Good Apple’s “Stay Home, Stay Healthy” grocery delivery program is serving people who are 55 or older or have underlying health conditions who need food assistance.
Dell Medical School chooses the work of Artist Seymour Lipton to represent its prestigious Ken Shine Prize in Health Leadership.
Individuals with low income will soon benefit from two new evidence-based cancer prevention initiatives thanks to grants from the Cancer Prevention and Research Institute of Texas to Dell Med researchers.
Dell Medical School has received full accreditation by the Liaison Committee on Medical Education — a significant milestone for the school, which will graduate its first class of medical students this May.
Factor Health program links Boys and Girls Clubs and other partners to promote healthy nutrition and exercise among kids in Travis County.
Newly published research suggests lowering exposure to allergens from mice may lead to improved lung growth for children with asthma living in low-income neighborhoods, helping them avoid lung ailments.
Building on last year’s groundbreaking inaugural summit, UT Austin health scholars and leading institutions in Mexico reconvened to design and conduct binational research projects aimed at improving health on both sides of the border.
Dell Med’s Adewole “Ade” Adamson co-authored a perspective piece published in The New England Journal of Medicine about artificial intelligence and cancer diagnoses.
The School of Design and Creative Technologies and the Design Institute for Health are advancing the role of design with the creation of the Master of Arts in Design in Health.
Pediatrics professor Tom Brenna is a co-author of a recent analysis of more than 40 other studies that concluded something surprising: There’s no such thing as too much seafood.
Dell Medical School is bringing together diverse partners — including community-based organizations, health care payers and investors — in new ways to rethink the path to better health for vulnerable populations.