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From trying to create new cartilage in the laboratory to clinical trials for patients with traumatic brain injury and stroke, scientists and physicians at UTHealth are leading the way in stem cell research.
At UTHealth, researchers and clinicians are finding ways to give children with developmental disorders the early intervention and skills they need to live fulfilling lives.
Researchers and practitioners at UTHealth are working to study, treat and diagnose conditions affecting the aging population. The Center on Healthy Aging is dedicated to geriatric care.
Clinicians and researchers from across the campus of UTHealth strive to discover breakthroughs in diagnosing and treating neurobehavioral disorders, including mood disorders and addiction.
From stem cell research to cutting-edge rehabilitation treatment, UTHealth physicians and researchers are finding new ways to treat traumatic brain injury, which affects 1.7 million people in the U.S. each year.

In the UTHealth Newsroom

UTHealth researchers identify the secret genetic weapon of Clostridium difficile

Researchers at The University of Texas Health Science Center (UTHealth) School of Public Health have identified the location of genes that control production of toxins that harm people infected by Clostridium difficile bacteria.

 

Dean Valenza nominated for Texas Dentist of the Year™

The Houston Academy of General Dentistry has nominated John A. Valenza, D.D.S., for the Texas Academy of General Dentistry’s 2016 Texas Dentist of the Year™ Award.

 

UTHealth faculty members recognized by UT System for teaching excellence

HOUSTON – (Aug. 16, 2016) – The University of Texas System Board of Regents has awarded its highest honor in recognition of teaching excellence to seven exceptional educators at The University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston (UTHealth).

 

UTHealth researchers create health curriculum for American Indian/Alaska Native youth

Researchers at The University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston (UTHealth) have developed a culturally appropriate, online sexual health curriculum for American Indian/Alaska Native (AI/AN) youth, adapted from It’s Your Game…Keep it Real, an evidence-based teen pregnancy prevention program.

 

UTHealth research focuses on helping caregivers of bipolar patients

Researchers at The University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston (UTHealth) are studying how different strategies such as group psychoeducation or mobile health technology can help maintain or improve the well-being of caregivers for individuals with bipolar disorder.

 

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In the Media

¿Cómo prevenir los piojos en este regreso a clases?

Univision Houston Channel 45, 08/22/2016

Millions of cases of lice infestation are reported in the United States every year. In this interview with Michelle Galvan of Univision Houston Channel 45, Amalia Guardiola, M.D., told viewers how to treat an infestation.

 

Tratamiento y prevención del dolor lumbar

Univision Houston Channel 45, 08/20/2016

Sebastian Herrera, M.D., discussed the diagnosis and treatment of back pain in this interview with Rebecca Suarez, a news anchor for Univision Houston Channel 45.

 

Life Flight: Saving lives for 40 years

Houston Chronicle, 08/18/2016

Megan Geloneck, M.D., discussed the importance of back-to-school eye exams with Melissa Wilson, an anchor with FOX 26 News.

 

Yellow fever is latest world health threat

KTRH Radio, 08/18/2016

Charles Ericsson, M.D., was interviewed by KTRH Radio about a yellow fever outbreak in Africa.

 

A few things Houston invented

Houston Chronicle, 08/17/2016

The UTHealth Mobile Stroke Unit was included in a Houston Chronicle story of "firsts" in the country.

 

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