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A new tool designed in the Comprehensive Memory Center could improve cognitive screening capabilities in the primary care setting.

Digestive Health surgeons join a multi-center clinical trial to determine the best surgical techniques for gastroesophageal reflux disease patients with hiatal hernia.

Anesthesiologists in the Texas Center for Pediatric and Congenital Heart Disease enter a multi-site clinical trial to determine best care practices for patients undergoing congenital heart surgery.

Comprehensive Memory Center practitioners seek to improve patient outcomes through interprofessional collaboration.

Researchers affiliated with the Mulva Clinic for the Neurosciences hope to identify changes in brain development that predict condition onset.

How one student’s questions about who was included in Multiple Sclerosis (MS) research studies led to a friendship, a published paper, and the start of a career in medicine.

UT Health Austin and Dell Children's Medical Center are dedicated to enhancing the psycho-social connections between expectant parents and the Comprehensive Fetal Care Team

Studies were published in January 2022 providing the strongest evidence yet for the causes of multiple sclerosis (MS) and the mechanisms by which it attacks the body. We spoke with Ethan Meltzer, MD, a neurologist at UT Health Austin’s Multiple Sclerosis and Neuroimmunology Center within the Mulva Clinic for the Neurosciences to get his opinion about these studies and what they mean for patients and future hope of a cure for MS.

UT Health Austin maternal-fetal medicine specialist Radek Bukowski, MD, PhD, uses computational medicine to help inform patient decision-making, empowering patients, such as Emily Worland, to make the best decisions possible for themselves and their babies. Find out how through the use of personalized data gave Emily confidence in her decision to deliver her baby via elective C-section.

UT Health Austin maternal-fetal medicine specialist, Radek Bukowski, MD, PhD, leverages computational medicine to inform individualized pregnancy care. Find out how computational medicine can help combat pregnancy complications and maternal mortality in expecting patients.

UT Health Austin clinicians and researchers across The University of Texas at Austin work together to conduct a three-year study using video games and virtual reality to rewire the brains of adolescents and young adults with epilepsy who require surgery to end their seizures.

UT Health Austin rheumatologist Kevin Hackshaw, MD, investigates potential biomarkers for fibromyalgia to support early diagnosis and unveil new treatment options.

UT Health Austin clinicians and researchers across The University of Texas at Austin are working with patients in the Dell Children's Comprehensive Pediatric Epilepsy Center within UT Health Austin Pediatric Neurosciences at Dell Children's to better understand how the brain responds to speech and language. This research can help improve outcomes for children who undergo surgery that may affect areas of the brain that play a vital role in processing speech and language.

A cross-campus collaboration between The University of Texas at Austin Moody College of Communication and the Dell Medical School involving the unmet psychosocial needs of young women living with breast cancer is helping UT Health Austin clinicians identify and bridge gaps in clinical care.

UT Health Austin and Dell Children’s Medical Center are proud to announce funding for a multi-institutional study to focus on patients with anomalous aortic origin of a coronary artery (AAOCA) and their families. AAOCA's are the second leading cause of sudden death in children and young adults who participate in sports.

The Texas Center for Pediatric and Congenital Heart Disease announces a first-of-its-kind educational partnership with the Texas Heart Institute in which student perfusionists will now have the opportunity to perform clinical training in the pediatric clinical setting at Dell Children’s Medical Center.

UT Health Austin clinical psychologist, Greg Fonzo, PhD, receives a $300,000 grant to investigate the potential for focused ultrasound to influence the circuitry of the brain in effort to develop new treatment tools for bipolar and other mood disorders.

UT Health Austin medical oncologist Laura Chow, MD, who specializes in head and neck cancers, finds 73% of head and neck cancers are caused by vaccine-preventable human papillomavirus (HPV).