BioNews Texas, 09/25/2015
A BioNews Texas story about improved survival and complication rates in premature infants quoted Kathleen Kennedy, M.D., M.P.H., and incoming dean Barbara Stoll, M.D.
Austin Business Journal, 09/25/2015
The Lone Star State leads the nation in the percentage of people without health insurance. Health economist Henry S. Brown III, Ph.D., discussed the issue with Austin Business Journal reporter Michael Theis.
Houston Public Media's KUHF Radio, 09/25/2015
Eric Thomas, M.D., M.P.H., spoke to Houston Public Media's KUHF Radio about a new report issued by the Institute of Medicine of the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering and Medicine to help address the problem of misdiagnosis. Thomas appeared before the committee that prepared the report.
KTRH Radio, 09/25/2015
In an interview with KTRH Radio reporter Nikki Courtney, Eric Brown, Ph.D., commented on a study showing that microbial clouds, which contain bacteria in the air surrounding people, might actually be as identifiable as a fingerprint.
Houston Chronicle, 09/25/2015
The School of Nursing was mentioned in this Houston Chronicle article about nurses preparing for their careers since childhood.
Dallas Morning News, 09/24/2015
Susan Tortolero Emery. Ph.D., was quoted in a Dallas Morning News article about an initiative to prevent teen pregnancy in Texas.
Erik Wilson, M.D., and Brad Snyder, M.D., discussed a study about using an intragastric balloon to fast-track weight loss in this HealthLEADER article.
Alumnus of the School of Public Health, Beth Barr, Dr.P.H., M.P.H., was featured in this AllAfrica.com story about her recent appointment as director of the CDC in Zimbabwe.
Brownsville Herald, 09/20/2015
The Brownsville Herald, McAllen Monitor and BioNews Texas were among 17 outlets that ran stories about Paula Stigler-Granados, Ph.D., who was awarded a grant to study Chagas disease in Texas.
MedPage Today, 09/18/2015
Pauline Filipek, M.D., was included in a MedPage Today story about the continuing controversy over vaccines and autism.