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A world-class, life science complex that unites the best minds in medicine across 37 acres, with shared and proprietary research centers, multi-disciplinary laboratories, healthcare institutions, a hotel and conference center, retail, and a unique double-helix green space – totaling almost 3.7 million square feet of developed property.
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Landmark partnership agreed by UK Health Security Agency and US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention to strengthen global response to future pandemics.
As a pediatrician, a pediatric infectious disease doctor, and a pediatric palliative care doctor practicing in a large, urban, academic children’s hospital, we have been up close and personal with COVID-19 over the last 15 months.
The Texas Medical Center is working to build institutes that foster collaboration across all 61 member institutions. These institutes were selected following a strategic planning meeting in January 2014 during which member institutions CEOs, city and community leaders gathered to discuss the future of life sciences.
“I was shocked. I was young, healthy, and of the many ultrasounds done during my pregnancy, none had showed anything suspicious,” says Elayne Gorhum. How MD Anderson has helped her overcome colorectal cancer and manage Lynch syndrome. https://t.co/1D91EPt7Av #EndCancer
“Biomarker testing has revolutionized cancer treatment for many tumor types,” says our Dr. Funda Meric-Bernstam. https://t.co/FjfuSKdo2b #EndCancer
When thinking about planning an international trip this summer, Dr. @PrathitKulkarni and other experts say it's a "risk/benefit consideration." https://t.co/Oxx6leOkmo #travel #COVID19
Medically Complex Telerehabilitation program “saved my life” https://t.co/ecXg2SuqmC via #VAntagePoint
We classify cancer by where it starts, no matter where it spreads. Our Dr. Jeffrey Gershenwald breaks down what happens when cancer becomes metastatic. https://t.co/znzARrHSQY @JeffGershenwald #EndCancer
African Americans are more likely to have high blood pressure and heart disease. Fortunately, there are great resources available and healthy lifestyle choices that can help decrease risk! View resources here: https://t.co/lJPEY66z34 #Juneteenth #THI #DashDiet https://t.co/3Y6uHcw6d7
Dress for success: Non-profit helps Women Veterans find new jobs https://t.co/YqOEh4HQQN via #VAntagePoint
Today is World Sickle Cell Day. Dr. Titilope Fasipe talks about her diagnosis with the sickle cell disease and how she is helping patients with the same disease. https://t.co/zQy8Ljm3GO #WorldSickleCellDay #SickleCellDisease
Today’s #VeteranOfTheDay is Army Air Forces Veteran Milton W. Stern, who served during World War II and was a prisoner of war. https://t.co/hBt43KNCQz
Joy M. Harrison, DNP, MSN, RN, has returned to her alma mater as director of UT Health Services, where she will work to expand the reach of @CizikNursing at UTHealth nurse-led clinics while maintaining and growing efficient patient-centered operations. https://t.co/BwRwJTcWT8