Creating a New Kind of Doctor
We recruit and train physician leaders as comfortable taking on systemic challenges in health as caring for individual patients.
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Discovery to Impact — Faster
We reward creative thinking and encourage rapid experimentation, using collaborative programs to speed promising research to market.
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Improving Care. Improving Health.
We’re here to make health — including health care — better. The end goal is a complete revolution in how people get and stay healthy.
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Health in the Landscape of Life
Enabling the healthscape, the ecosystem outside the clinic, requires improving the system to pay for health drivers.
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We’re rethinking the role of academic medicine in improving health — and doing so with a unique focus on our community.
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Conducting Interdisciplinary Research

As the first medical school in nearly 50 years to be built from the ground up at a top tier Association of American Universities research university, Dell Medical School is uniquely positioned to innovate in health while tapping into the resources of an established university system.

The Mulva Clinic for the Neurosciences partners with UT researchers who are at the top of their fields in molecular bioscience, addiction, computational health, memory and more. At Dell Med, collaboration between departments, institutes and centers is the norm, not the exception. The product of all this teamwork is a creative environment where experts innovate together on meaningful solutions to improve care.

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The Texas Health and Human Services Commission is leading an effort to transform the Austin State Hospital into the cornerstone for an improved system of collaborative, community-focused care that helps people across Central Texas. Mulva Clinic team members contribute to that work along with Dell Med’s Design Institute for Health and community partners.

Mulva Clinic leaders are developing technology in partnership with the Cockrell School of Engineering that will enable physicians to remotely monitor their patients’ cognitive function in real time by analyzing how they use their smartphones. When the technology shows that a patient is exhibiting signs of cognitive decline, caregivers are notified and can intervene before the patient deteriorates further, preventing stressful and costly hospitalizations.