Perspectives 75: Forrest Van Cain

Perspectives 75: Forrest Van Cain

As the saying goes, “It takes a village to run UT Southwestern.” Forrest Cain, Sr., Technical Trainer and co-chair for the LGBTA (Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender Allies) organization honestly wouldn’t have it any other way. Learn how he is using his passion...
Perspectives 75: Dr. Paul Rizk

Perspectives 75: Dr. Paul Rizk

It is rare for a medical student to say they took part in growing the institution where they received their education. The impact is usually only the other way around; however, Paul Rizk, a May 2018 graduate, was able to take charge as a student leader while also...
Perspectives: Dr. James de Lemos

Perspectives: Dr. James de Lemos

After taking a trip to visit his younger brother, who was a student at UT Southwestern at the time, James de Lemos, M.D. made a decision that would alter the course of his medical career. Transferring from Harvard to UT Southwestern was a choice Dr. Lemos has never...
Six Word Stories

Six Word Stories

If someone asked you to tell a story in six words, could you do it? Drawing inspiration from the legend of Ernest Hemingway’s six-word novel, students, employees, staff, and faculty have taken the challenge to new heights by creating their own stories in celebration...
Perspectives: Nadia Pratt

Perspectives: Nadia Pratt

Nadia Pratt, B.S.N., RN, CCRN, knows that when she comes to work, her life is not only impacted by the patients and families she cares for, but also by her team. Learn why she is so proud to work at UT Southwestern....
Perspectives: Matt Mendoza

Perspectives: Matt Mendoza

The story of Matt Mendoza, a fourth-year graduate student, is proof that the obstacles we face do not have to define where we end up in life. Hear how UT Southwestern has immensely impacted his life and future generations of his family....