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.
Hear that? Startup company develops remedy for earwax
By Jan Jarvis Cerumen, otherwise known as earwax, can cause stuffiness, pain and hearing loss. Too much earwax sends some 12 million Americans to the doctor’s office each year. But quick relief might not be too far away. After testing more than 100 formulations, Elyse Dickerson and Joe Griffin, believe they have found a… Read more »
GSBS student named to prestigious research organization
By Cari Hyden As an undergraduate, Jaclyn Bermudez made an important finding in a biology lab – she discovered she loved research. Now a PhD candidate in the Visual Sciences program in UNTHSC’s North Texas Eye Research Institute, her career trajectory has rocketed skyward ever since. And this year she became a board member of… Read more »
Putting the freeze on overheated runners
By Alex Branch A new tool could help overheated runners cool down at the 2016 Cowtown Marathon. The UNT Health Science Center medical team will test a TechNiche cooling vest to lower runners’ core temperatures at the Feb. 27 and 28 races. The vests were recently used on cyclists at Tour de France. The… Read more »
Students launch ‘unprecedented’ effort to teach CPR in Texas
By Alex Branch Would you know how to react in a cardiac emergency? About 70 percent of Americans say they would feel helpless because they do not know how to perform CPR. UNT Health Science Center medical students are doing their part to change that in Texas. About 50 Texas College of Osteopathic Medicine… Read more »
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