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.
Treating hot flashes without the side effects
Experimental drug could treat hot flashes, other symptoms of menopause without harmful side effects Researchers have discovered an experimental medication that treats hot flashes and other menopausal symptoms without the life-threatening risks of hormone replacement therapy, according to a team led by a UNT Health Science Center scientist. In a study appearing in the July… Read more »
Dean of the School of Public Health to retire
Richard Kurz, PhD, Dean of the School of Public Health since 2007, will retire Aug. 31 from UNT Health Science Center. Dr. Kurz oversaw all academic, research and service activities of the School of Public Health. Under his leadership, the school launched a number of successful initiatives, including a Master of Health Administration program, a… Read more »
Yurvati changes lives by listening to the patient
Albert H. Yurvati, DO, knows their life stories. The International Harvester designer’s granddaughter, driving a restored ’64 Scout, broadsided on her 50th birthday and in pain for so long she wondered if life was worth living. The teenage basketball star, benched with chronic pain while her team headed for a state title, told by her… Read more »
Proudly announcing our first Valubility of the Month recipients
Teammates linked by sacrifice, dependability and effort There are common threads woven throughout the nominations for the inaugural recipients of UNT Health Science Center’s Valubility of the Month: sacrifice, teamwork, dependability, effort. Nominate your teammates for the next Valubility of the Month at firstname.lastname@example.org or www.unthsc.edu/valubility. Nicki McGee is always willing to help. Meagan Cross is someone that everyone… Read more »
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