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UT Southwestern recognized nationally for excellence in MSA patient care News

UT Southwestern recognized nationally for excellence in MSA patient care

Every year in the U.S., about 10,000 people are diagnosed with a neurological disorder that most have never heard of: multiple system atrophy (MSA).
Gold nanoparticles reverse brain deficits in multiple sclerosis, Parkinson’s News

Gold nanoparticles reverse brain deficits in multiple sclerosis, Parkinson’s

Experimental compound extends life in ALS mouse model News

Experimental compound extends life in ALS mouse model

Molecule discovered by UTSW researchers could lead to new therapies for devastating motor neuron disease
Neurology residents refine their observational skills by studying the arts News

Neurology residents refine their observational skills by studying the arts

The famous work – Landscape with the Fall of Icarus – was highlighted during a lecture series using art to hone the observational skills of UT Southwestern medical trainees.
Device keeps brain alive, functioning separate from body News

Device keeps brain alive, functioning separate from body

Researchers led by a team at UT Southwestern Medical Center have developed a device that can isolate blood flow to the brain, keeping the organ alive and functioning independent from the rest of the body for several hours.
How Nanotechnology Could Change Glioblastoma Treatment News

How Nanotechnology Could Change Glioblastoma Treatment

Combining designer nanoparticles with chemotherapy drugs could lead to more effective treatments for glioblastoma, research from UTSW, UTD finds
Study maps brain wave disruptions affecting memory recall News

Study maps brain wave disruptions affecting memory recall

Improving quality of theta oscillations could lead to new therapeutic approaches for Alzheimer’s, dementia disorders, UTSW researchers find
How to zero in on an accurate NPH diagnosis News

How to zero in on an accurate NPH diagnosis

Whenever an older person starts having cognitive difficulties, or trouble walking, or even holding their urine, families immediately fear the diagnosis will be Alzheimer’s disease – a progressive neurologic condition that currently has no cure.
Department of Neurology research bulletin News

Department of Neurology research bulletin

The Department of Neurology research bulletin is updated monthly. Check back for the latest grants, awards, and high-impact publications.
Neurological Surgery Residency Program: Classes of 2023 and 2030 News

Neurological Surgery Residency Program: Classes of 2023 and 2030

The Department of Neurological Surgery would like to extend a hearty congratulations to Drs. Vin Shen Ban, Scott Connors, Zachary Johnson, and Carl Youssef on completing their UT Southwestern Neurological Surgery residency.
Neurological Surgery building new comprehensive clinical quality program News

Neurological Surgery building new comprehensive clinical quality program

In an effort to continuously improve outcomes, the UT Southwestern Department of Neurological Surgery is actively building a comprehensive clinical quality program, with multiple integrated areas working on quality initiatives to enhance the already excellent care we deliver.
What genetic testing can reveal about your Alzheimer's disease risk News

What genetic testing can reveal about your Alzheimer's disease risk

Chris Hemsworth has made headlines in the last year for more than his latest “Thor” movie. The actor announced he had learned through genetic testing that he has two copies of the genetic variant APOE4, which has been associated with increased odds of developing Alzheimer's disease.

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