Head and neck surgeons at UT Southwestern are pioneering a minimally-invasive procedure to extract vertigo-inducing tumors from the inner ear without major surgery.
UT Southwestern researchers recently identified the first two genes that regulate the amount of sleep and dreaming. The findings may ultimately lead to better treatments for sleep disorders.
Early Career Scientists Honored
Five UT Southwestern Medical Center researchers are among 84 scientists from 43 U.S. institutions chosen as Faculty Scholars, a new grant program of the Howard Hughes Medical Institute (HHMI), the Simons Foundation, and the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation.
Schools Unite for Convergence Day
More than 700 students planning health care careers converged on the UT Southwestern campus to discuss and model interprofessional practice and education.
A Life in Science
Members of the UT Southwestern and broader scientific community recently attended a day-long symposium honoring the late Alfred G. Gilman, M.D., Ph.D. The presentations covered a broad range of topics of special interest to Dr. Gilman including nuclear receptors and signaling in cellular organelles.