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.
Is there a testosterone link to Parkinson’s?
Parkinson’s disease affects more men than women, but no one knows why. Understanding what puts men at a two- to-three times greater risk of this progressive neurological disorder, best known for causing tremors, could shed light on this condition and one day lead to medications to treat it, said Rebecca Cunningham, PhD, Assistant Professor of… Read more »
Bringing community to the classroom
School of Public Health (SPH) adjunct instructor Melissa Oden has found a unique way to bring real-world perspectives to her students’ work in the Maternal and Child Health MPH degree program. As students wrapped up the spring semester in Dr. Oden’s Human Sexuality and Health class last month, they shared their final presentations with community… Read more »
Building partnerships for children’s health
The UNT Health Science Center School of Public Health and Texas Prevention Institute took their third “Research Schmooze” out to the community when they recently partnered with the Cook Children’s Center for Children’s Health for a networking event. The purpose was to network on topics impacting early childhood development, mental health, obesity/healthy lifestyle, oncology and… Read more »
Art exhibit, open to public, features prairie-grass abstractions
Bluestem grass is increasingly popular in landscapes because it furthers sustainability by tolerating drought and various soil conditions. It also has artistic potential as shown in an exhibit now on view and open to the public in UNT Health Science Center’s Atrium Gallery. Works by Lee-Albert Hill, who grew up in West Texas, are on… Read more »
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