Watch UNTHSC’s Budowle comment on DNA analysis and bin Laden

Bruce Budowle discusses DNA identification with reporter Susy Solis from NBC Channel 5 tonight at 6 p.m.

Budowle shared his knowledge of DNA processing in regards to Osama bin Laden’s identification.

Research project targets interpersonal violence

A UNT Health Science Center project aimed at addressing interpersonal violence has been awarded $2.2 million in funding over the next three years by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services’ Office on Women’s Health. The project – called TESSA (Technology Enhanced Screening and Supportive Assistance) – is being led by Emily Spence-Almaguer, MSW,… Read more »

The Michelangelo of medicine

The detailed drawings of physician and illustrator Dr. Frank H. Netter have helped generations of medical students see inside the body with remarkable clarity. Those illustrations and the man behind them will be the focus of a seminar Oct. 6 at UNT Health Science Center. The event is the official launch of UNTHSC’s Center for… Read more »

Falls prevention takes the stage with UNTHSC helping lead the way

Grandma fell twice. She wasn’t badly hurt, but her family was shaken. Nicoleta Bugnariu knew what to do. She used her physical therapy expertise to create a rigorous exercise program for her “Bunica,” Romanian for “grandmother.” Dr. Bugnariu, PT, PhD, Associate Dean at UNT Health Science Center, chairs the Falls Prevention Task Force of the… Read more »

Building bridges for new refugees

Hiking at night through the Burmese jungle to avoid soldiers in her war-ravaged country, Emelda Thein prepared to take a step when someone yelled that her foot hovered inches above a landmine. Thein froze, slowly pulled her foot back and realized she’d nearly lost a leg ­– and maybe her life. She was 9 years… Read more »

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