Awasthis, Simpkins are Brilliant Minds
Fort Worth Texas magazine took note of two of the Health Science Center’s rising stars when it featured Dr. James Simpkins, Dr. Sanjay Awasthi and Dr. Yogesh Awasthi as three of Fort Worth’s most brilliant minds. The Awasthis were recognized for their work in the fight to cure cancer through research on an elusive transfer protein called RLIP76.
Dr. Simpkins’ pursuit of hormone therapy in the treatment of women with Alzheimer’s disease was highlighted, as well. Early estrogen replacement is the key, according to Simpkins.
By Steven Bartolotta The humanistic side of medicine is alive and well at Texas College of Osteopathic Medicine. The TCOM Chapter of the Arnold P Gold Foundation inducted 45 students and four faculty members into the Gold Humanism Honor Society on the campus of The University of North Texas H...Read more
Jun 15, 2021
By Steven Bartolotta The PRECISION Pain Research Registry at the University of North Texas Health Science Center in Fort Worth has identified important racial disparities in pain management that became more evident during the COVID-19 pandemic. Its study recently published in the special COVID...Read more
Jun 14, 2021
By Sally Crocker Dr. Diana Cervantes has spent the last year keeping people informed and updated on all things coronavirus, and now she’s being recognized as one of Fort Worth Inc.’s “400 Most Influential People” for helping protect the community’s health during the pandemic. Dr....Read more
Jun 8, 2021
By Diane Smith-Pinckney On June 19 1865, Major General Gordan Granger marched into Galveston with a critical message: “The people of Texas are informed that, in accordance with a Proclamation from the Executive of the United States, all slaves are free.” This was the opening se...Read more
Jun 8, 2021