McWilliams School of Biomedical Informatics at UTHealth Houston reached a funding landmark with 15 faculty members awarded 16 different grants totaling more than $31 million between August and October 2023. Each grant has a focus on medical artificial intelligence (AI) innovations and advancements in research or health care.
Houston Fire Department’s Val Jahnke Fire Training Facility was host to the eighth UTHealth Houston Mass Casualty Incident Training on Friday, Nov. 17 — a unique and critical training event begun by Cizik School of Nursing at UTHealth Houston to bring together students from various health science disciplines at the university to face simulated disaster scenarios.
Cizik School of Nursing faculty and alumni talk about the shifting landscape in nursing profession opportunities
The ratio of men to women in the nursing profession has remained stubbornly low for decades, but male faculty and alumni of Cizik School of Nursing at UTHealth Houston see that changing.
At the Bedside: Young patient nearly seizure-free, thanks to VNS, laser ablation at UTHealth Houston
When Megan Speir’s 18-month-old daughter, Sofia, started drooling on one side of her mouth during bath time, Megan initially thought Sofia was playing with her. But as Sofia’s eyes glazed over and the right side of her body went limp, Megan realized something was wrong. She called her husband, who suspected Sofia was having a seizure.
UTHealth Houston researcher receives NIH subcontract to study effects of integrated palliative care on Parkinson’s, related dementia
As part of a five-year, $3.9 million grant from the National Institutes of Health, Adriana Pérez, PhD, professor in the Department of Biostatistics and Data Science with UTHealth Houston School of Public Health in Austin, received a $1.9 million subcontract to determine the scope and drivers of low-value and unequal care for patients with Parkinson’s disease and Parkinson’s disease dementia.
El Paso Nutrition and Healthy Weight Clinic of UTHealth Houston School of Public Health has opened its doors to help patients and providers in the Paso del Norte region with comprehensive clinical weight loss support through evidence-based medical treatments and training.
With his little single crutch and sweet smile, Tiny Tim has been stealing our hearts year after year in “A Christmas Carol,” the quintessential holiday story written by Charles Dickens and published in 1843. Dickens never reveals what ails Tiny Tim, so we asked three UTHealth Houston experts for their opinion.
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