Monthly Archives:: January 2017

Junior investigators with big ideas

Posted Date: January 11, 2017

Strokes. Maternal mortality. Hypertension. Those are a few of the most pressing health issues in Texas, and they also are the focus of innovative research projects by junior investigators in the Institute for Cardiovascular and Metabolic Disease. Between them, these scientists’ ideas could change the way we rehabilitate stroke and heart attack victims, save the Read More »

Letter from Dr. Dillon

Posted Date: January 11, 2017

Colleagues, I hope you enjoy the first edition of the Health Institutes newsletter. The Office of Health Institutes launched this quarterly communication to better highlight our institutes’ many achievements and to share important institute-related updates and announcements. In this issue you’ll find features about Dr. Sid O’Bryant’s $3.5 million project to study use of anti-inflammatory Read More »

Institute for Molecular Medicine will focus on collaboration

Posted Date: January 11, 2017

Collaboration with faculty in other Health Science Center institutes and schools will be a primary focus of the recently formed Institute for Molecular Medicine. The institute, which was created Sept. 1 and is led by Executive Director Robert Barber, PhD, has finalized its membership and will soon seek secondary appointments from other researchers interested in Read More »