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.
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...
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.
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.
UT Southwestern salutes Dr. Reginald Wilson, the last living graduate of Southwestern Medical College’s first graduating class. Over the course of nearly 40 years, Dr. Wilson used his education and training to do everything from answering house calls to delivering more than 2,000 babies in Dayton, Texas.
He started off his medical career earning just $3 per office call and $5 per house visit. In this third edition of Alumni Reflections and in recognition of UT Southwestern’s 75th anniversary, Dr. Donald Pentecost looks back on his 55-year career and shares how UT Southwestern continues setting students on the path for success.
After a stage 2 breast cancer diagnosis at 37, Misti Irvin thought her story had come to an end. But it was UT Southwestern’s unique perspective that would ultimately give her hope. Today, she is a survivor, excited about what the future holds.
For Miles Batty, a third-year medical student, UT Southwestern offered the total package — a rich history, unparalleled research, and an emphasis on providing compassionate patient care.
From humble beginnings to a place among the top medical schools in the nation, UT Southwestern Medical School strives to create the best clinicians and physician-scientists in the nation, professionals whose knowledge, compassion, and leadership will serve as examples of excellence both to peers and patients alike.
The advancement of medical knowledge depends on the training of intellectually stimulated, innovative scientists who will serve as the leaders of biomedical research in the future. Since the Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences opened its doors, thousands of...
Physical therapy, clinical nutrition, clinical rehabilitation counseling, physician assistant studies, radiation therapy, and prosthetics-orthotics – these are the dynamic fields that UT Southwestern School of Health Professions students train in to provide...
In honor of UT Southwestern’s 75th anniversary this year, we share this first edition of Alumni Reflections, in which Drs. Lannie and Linda Hughes look back on their lengthy careers and share their advice and predictions for the next generation of physicians.
At the age of 95, Dr. Wayne Gossard is one of the oldest surviving members of the UT Southwestern Medical School Class of 1949. In this 2nd edition of Alumni Reflections and in recognition of UT Southwestern’s 75th anniversary, Dr. Gossard looks back on his lengthy career in general surgery and shares his perspective on how the Medical School is continuing its tradition of success today.
From humble beginnings, UT Southwestern has grown to become one of the country’s leading medical centers. We celebrate these foundational moments that have made it possible for us to transform health care.