External News Coverage

Medical students discover bright future in heartwarming ways

CultureMap, 03/21/2014

With four years of medical school almost behind them, students at UTHealth and Baylor College of Medicine found out Friday where they will begin the next phase of their training. 


Fue un gran día para alumnos de medicina

Univision Houston Channel 45, 03/21/2014

UTHealth Medical School student Wendy Alcanter is featured in this Univision Houston story about Match Day.


Lawyer, father realizes `Match Day' dream

KHOU-TV Channel 11, 03/21/2014

UTHealth Medical School student Marshall Lerman is an example that it's never too late to pursue your dreams.


Early detection of Alzheimer's may be possible through spinal fluid test

FOX News, 03/20/2014

An advancement in Alzheimer's research at UTHealth could lead to a test that may be able to spot the disease years before the onset of clinical symptoms.


Prion detection method shows promise as Alzheimer’s test

Scientific American, 03/20/2014

Researchers aim to detect Alzheimer's symptoms long before they appear by tweaking an existing medical tool to sleuth out misfolded proteins linked with the illness.


Teens and pills: What every parent needs to know

HealthLeader, 03/19/2014

In this week's HealthLeader, Drs. Michelle Barratt and Andrew Harper provide important information that every parent needs to know about teens and prescription medications.


More health problems linked to smoking

FOX 26 News, 03/19/2014

Dr. Rima Gidwani of UTHealth and Memorial Hermann was in the FOX 26 News studio to discuss health risks associated with smoking.


Study a hot concentration today for a future health care job

U.S. News & World Report, 03/19/2014

A graduate of UTHealth is featured in this article about career opportunities in genetic counseling.


Stem cell researchers offer insights on iPS cells

Texas Medical Center News, 03/18/2014

UTHealth's Dr. Brian Davis says, "Not only within our center but across the whole Texas Medical Center, scientists are employing the iPSC methodology to develop new therapeutics for a host of inherited or acquired diseases.”


Hot topics: Risk management

MedPage Today, 03/17/2014

How well does apologizing to patients work as a risk management strategy? UTHealth's Dr. Eric Thomas discusses the topic.


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