IT plays an essential role in managing the pandemic — one that reaches beyond telemedicine to address vaccine management, data security and more. Here, a CIO’s take from the trenches.
$2 Million Gift from DeJoria Foundation Will Create Dell Medical School Chair to Improve the Health of People Experiencing Homelessness
15 months after receiving a life-saving mechanical heart pump, 13-year-old Grace Jennings received a donor heart from UT Health Austin’s Texas Center for Pediatric and Congenital Heart Disease at Dell Children’s.
Deciding whether or not to have knee surgery can be daunting. But an innovative decision aid, powered by artificial intelligence, makes patients and doctors equal partners in the process, while improving patient outcomes.
Phone calls focused on empathy may help ease loneliness, depression and anxiety among older adults during COVID-19, according to research from Factor Health at Dell Med.
Trauma-focused psychotherapy is the best-known treatment for PTSD. But how does it work? Dell Med researcher Greg Fonzo says he may have found the answer by exploring how different parts of the brain talk to one another.
The Impact Factory, led by Dell Med’s Dr. Michael Hole, aims to improve health and prosperity for vulnerable Texans, foster civic innovation, entrepreneurship and service learning beyond the classroom.
Dr. Anthony Fauci discusses pandemic preparedness, a culture of divisiveness and a need for greater collaboration between federal and local government as he was honored with the 2021 Ken Shine Prize in Health Leadership at Dell Med.
Between COVID-19 and the next large-scale disaster lies a critical period. Investment in preparedness and a return to civil discourse (and trust in science) are what will save us from the pandemic to come, says Anthony Fauci, M.D.
From research to mental health care to “herd accountability,” five leaders from Dell Medical School share their thoughts on how their work changed in 2020 and what opportunities and challenges lie ahead.
An “infodemic” driven by fear: Coronavirus concerns cause people to think more rigidly and make it harder for them to recognize misinformation — and more likely to spread it, according to a new study by Dell Med researcher Carola Salvi.
UT Health Austin, the clinical practice of Dell Medical School at The University of Texas at Austin, is among the first in Texas to receive the long-awaited first shipment of COVID-19 vaccines.
The Health Transformation Research Institute focuses on advancing late-stage translational research — investigations that improve the health of individuals and communities.
As rates of COVID-19 cases grew earlier this spring and summer, Dell Med researchers found food insecurity has also been plaguing Central Texas families.
How do we shrink persistent racial health disparities, especially among children? Dell Med’s Elizabeth Matsui says it starts by applying an “antiracist” blueprint to guide the way we fund, evaluate and disseminate research.