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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.
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In the UTHealth Newsroom

UT System awards brain research grants totaling $1 million to UTHealth scientists

To advance brain research at its 15 institutions, the University of Texas System recently awarded 45 seed grants and 10 of the grants went to scientists at The University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston (UTHealth) Medical School.

 

UTHealth, Rice offer Health Scholars Program

Rice University and The University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston (UTHealth) School of Public Health have introduced a Health Scholars Program that will allow Rice undergraduates in any discipline to earn a master's degree in public health one year after completing their undergraduate degrees.

 

UTHealth and Memorial Hermann celebrate the life of renowned surgeon James H. “Red” Duke, Jr., M.D.

James H. “Red” Duke, Jr., M.D., renowned surgeon, medical educator and Texas icon, passed away today surrounded by family and friends. He was age 86.

 

Scientists discover electrical control of cancer cell growth

The molecular switches regulating human cell growth do a great job of replacing cells that die during the course of a lifetime. But when they misfire, life-threatening cancers can occur. Research led by scientists at The University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston (UTHealth) has revealed a new electrical mechanism that can control these switches.

 

Study helps explain potential health issue following space travel

A space test conducted by researchers at  The University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston (UTHealth) Medical School and NASA helps explain why some astronauts may have increased risk of infections following missions.

 

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In the Media

Study: Technology keeping older brains young

KODA Sunny 99.1 Radio, 09/02/2015

Paul Schulz, M.D., was quoted in a KODA Sunny 99.1 Radio story on research suggesting smartphones and other electronic devices may enhance cognition.

 

Are you a 'deadwalker?' Injuries cause by talking while texting way up

WOAI Radio in San Antonio, 09/01/2015

Jocelyn Szeto, M.D., addressed the dangers of distracted walking in this interview with Jim Forsyth of WOAI Radio in San Antonio.

 

10 years later: Remembering Hurricane Katrina

TMC News, 08/31/2015

Elda Ramirez, Ph.D., R.N., was interviewed by TMC News about her experience working with thousands of Hurricane Katrina evacuues 10 years ago.

 

'Check list' del regreso a clases

Asi se Vive Mejor, 08/31/2015

Gabriella Cardone, M.D., shared back-to-school tips with a Univision website,  Asi se Vive Mejor.

 

The Q&A: Ryan Quock

Texas Tribune, 08/31/2015

Ryan Quock, D.D.S., was interviewed by a reporter for the Texas Tribune about fluoride and general oral health.

 

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