UT Southwestern Medical Center Alumni

UT Southwestern Medical Center Alumni

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Thank you to Alumni relations for making our 25 +2 year (due to Covid) reunion a success!! We enjoyed touring the new Parkland, seeing the old Parkland with a behind the scenes tour, and caught up with old friends. Here's to the class of 1995. Oh the memories we shared down these halls!!
HI We just received this listing for short term accommodations for medical professionals.Shared.
Re: Harold Miller, MD, UTSW class of 1978
Class of '67 Such wonderful memories of my time at Southwestern. At our 50th reunion we recalled being there as freshman when Kennedy was shot. I worked in Dr. Seldin's lab for three years and still get nostalgic when thinking about it.

Official page for UT Southwestern alumni and former residents and trainees.

One of the nation’s top academic medical centers, UT Southwestern boasts a worldwide network of more than 32,000 alumni, former residents, and trainees making a difference in the communities they serve. Our Alumni Relations team delivers social, professional, and lifelong education opportunities that empower our community to stay connected, advance their careers, and remain on the forefront of health care and scientific discovery.

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UTSW Emergency Medicine group teams with UT Dallas on VR training tool to combat health care workplace violence - CT Plus - UT Southwestern 12/20/2022

UTSW Emergency Medicine group teams with UT Dallas on VR training tool to combat health care workplace violence - CT Plus - UT Southwestern

As threats against health care workers rise, hospitals are reevaluating safety measures.

Gilberto Salazar, M.D. (Fellow '11), and a team of UT Southwestern Emergency Medicine physicians, helped create a virtual reality training tool that helps health care workers learn how to de-escalate potentially violent situations in the workplace.

Learn more: https://www.utsouthwestern.edu/ctplus/stories/2022/virtual-reality-training-tool.html

UTSW Emergency Medicine group teams with UT Dallas on VR training tool to combat health care workplace violence - CT Plus - UT Southwestern A team of UT Southwestern Emergency Medicine physicians helped create a training tool that puts health care workers inside a virtual hospital room to practice de-escalation skills for a potentially aggressive individual.

12/19/2022

, 2023 is right around the corner! Have you made your 2022 gift to UT Southwestern Medical Center?

Every year, generous alumni donate to advance UT Southwestern’s mission to educate, discover, and heal. Don't miss your chance to make your 2022 impact.

Give now: https://engage.utsouthwestern.edu/giftofhealth

12/16/2022

Happy Holidays to our family!

This holiday season we are grateful for the health care heroes who work tirelessly to bring the UT Southwestern Medical Center mission to the communities they serve.

We wish you and your family a wonderful holiday season.

12/13/2022

This weekend, UT Southwestern School of Health Professions welcomed students into the circle.

Congratulations graduates, we can't wait to see you make your UTSW difference!

UT Southwestern scientists among top 1% of highly cited researchers across the globe 12/12/2022

UT Southwestern scientists among top 1% of highly cited researchers across the globe

More than 20 UT Southwestern Medical Center scientists have been recognized among the top 1% of researchers around the world. Named to the 2022 list of Highly Cited Researchers, these scientists demonstrate significant influence in their field and make a difference in the communities they serve.

Learn more: https://www.utsouthwestern.edu/newsroom/articles/year-2022/november-highly-cited-researchers.html

UT Southwestern scientists among top 1% of highly cited researchers across the globe More than 20 UT Southwestern Medical Center scientists are among the 2022 Highly Cited Researchers listed in the top 1% of researchers from across the globe who have demonstrated significant and broad influence in their chosen field or fields of research.

12/07/2022

– 1980

A view of snow falling on South Campus during the winter of 1980. This photo was used for the holiday card that year.

, did you ever make a snow angel on campus?

12/06/2022

David B. Nelson, M.D. (Resident ’11, Fellow ’14), has been appointed Chief of Division of Maternal-Fetal Medicine at UT Southwestern Medical Center.

Dr. Nelson is an advocate for women’s health care and has led numerous programs to improve access to care in underserved communities. Congratulations to another who is making a difference!

Drug shows promise in overcoming endocrine therapy resistance in breast cancer 12/05/2022

Drug shows promise in overcoming endocrine therapy resistance in breast cancer

In the U.S., more than 250,000 patients are diagnosed with breast cancer each year and 75% of those patients are estrogen receptor (ER)-positive.

In a new study, Prasanna Alluri, M.D., Ph.D. (Graduate School ’06), explains how a class of new drugs in clinical trials might work well in breast cancer patients who are ER-positive. Learn more: https://www.utsouthwestern.edu/newsroom/articles/year-2022/november-endocrine-therapy-resist.html

Drug shows promise in overcoming endocrine therapy resistance in breast cancer For patients with estrogen receptor (ER)-positive breast cancer, development of the so-called Y537S mutation signals that their disease has taken an aggressive course and may become resistant to endocrine therapy.

Army veteran, UTSW surgeon helps fellow vets deal with sensitive combat wounds 12/01/2022

Army veteran, UTSW surgeon helps fellow vets deal with sensitive combat wounds

Over the past two decades, unprecedented numbers of service members were injured by ground explosives during the conflicts in Iraq and Afghanistan.

Steven J. Hudak, M.D. (Fellow ’12), Associate Professor of Urology and former U.S. Army officer, sheds light on these injuries in a new survey.

Learn more: https://www.utsouthwestern.edu/newsroom/articles/year-2022/november-tough-sensitive-combat-wounds.html

Army veteran, UTSW surgeon helps fellow vets deal with sensitive combat wounds Combat wounds to a soldier’s ge***al area are not as well understood as those to other parts of the body because of the intimate nature of the injuries.

11/29/2022

Today people across the nation invested in UT Southwestern’s impact across North Texas and beyond. Thank you to everyone who started the season of giving by supporting the future of medicine at UT Southwestern. If you haven’t made your gift, it’s not too late! Give now: https://engage.utsouthwestern.edu/givingtuesday

11/29/2022

Today is . Be part of this day of impact by making a gift to UT Southwestern. Regardless of the amount, these gifts help continue to advance medical education and empower life-changing patient care. Consider making a gift today: https://engage.utsouthwestern.edu/GivingTuesday

11/24/2022

Happy Thanksgiving, !

We are grateful for our health care heroes who impact greater human health and scientific discovery. We are thankful for you today and every day.

11/22/2022

is one week away! Join the movement that makes a difference through giving.

Your Giving Tuesday donation will help create educational opportunities for deserving students. Next Tuesday, can we count on you to make a gift to support UT Southwestern Medical Center students?

Learn more: http://engage.utsouthwestern.edu/GivingTuesday

11/21/2022

Today is Public Health Thank You Day!

UT Southwestern Medical Center public health professionals work tirelessly every day to protect the health of all people in our communities.

We thank you today and every day.

11/16/2022

– 1962

Dr. Betty A. Hatten (Biomedical Sciences ’65) uses an electron microscope.

Did you know: Her master's thesis, "Reactions in Various Animals to Klebsiella Antigens," and Ph.D. dissertation, "Intracellular Production of Brucella L-Forms," can still be found in the UT Southwestern Archives?

UT Southwestern’s nationally ranked geriatric care receives international exemplar status 11/14/2022

UT Southwestern’s nationally ranked geriatric care receives international exemplar status

UT Southwestern has been recognized with exemplar status by the Nurses Improving Care for Healthsystem Elders (NICHE).

Associate Professor of Internal Medicine Thomas Dalton, M.D., (Medical School ’08, Resident ’12) explains “this recognition is a testament to the leadership role our nurses have taken as well as to our team’s ongoing commitment to deliver quality care.” The geriatric program is also ranked 26th in the nation by U.S. News & World Report.

Read more: https://www.utsouthwestern.edu/newsroom/articles/year-2022/october-nationally-ranked-geriatric-care.html

UT Southwestern’s nationally ranked geriatric care receives international exemplar status UT Southwestern Medical Center has received exemplar status by the Nurses Improving Care for Healthsystem Elders (NICHE)

11/11/2022

To all of those who have served and continue to serve. Happy Veterans Day. Thank you for your continued sacrifice and bravery.

Treating depression of parents boosts treatment of children’s asthma, study finds 11/08/2022

Treating depression of parents boosts treatment of children’s asthma, study finds

Asthma is the most common chronic childhood disease in the United States, affecting nearly 8% of American children.

A new study led by E. Sherwood Brown, M.D., Ph.D., (Medical School ’93, Intern ’94, Resident ’97, Fellow ’98) found that curbing depression among parents improves control of asthma and lung function in children.

Learn more: https://www.utsouthwestern.edu/newsroom/articles/year-2022/october-treating-depression-of-parents.html

Treating depression of parents boosts treatment of children’s asthma, study finds Depression and anxiety in the parents of children with asthma have been associated with increased clinic visits and asthma-related hospitalizations.

11/07/2022

The Perot family has given UT Southwestern Medical Center a total of $50 million for the Medical Scientist Training Program, one of the nation’s elite M.D./Ph.D dual degree programs.

The gifts will establish a permanent endowment for the Perot Family Scholars Medical Scientist Training Program, creating opportunities for generations of future .

Learn more: https://www.utsouthwestern.edu/newsroom/articles/year-2022/november-perot-family-gift.html

UT Southwestern ranked No. 1 in Texas, fourth in nation for tech transfer 11/04/2022

UT Southwestern ranked No. 1 in Texas, fourth in nation for tech transfer

UT Southwestern Medical Center ranked fourth in the nation and the only Texas university recognized for commercializing new biomedical technologies by the economic think tank Heartland Forward.

Learn more: https://www.utsouthwestern.edu/newsroom/articles/year-2022/october-tech-transfer.html

UT Southwestern ranked No. 1 in Texas, fourth in nation for tech transfer UT Southwestern Medical Center ranked fourth in the nation and No. 1 in Texas for commercializing new biomedical technologies, considered a critical step in bringing its laboratory discoveries into clinical practice.

11/02/2022

Ellen O'Connell, M.D., (Resident ’05, Fellow ’07) has been reappointed to the Epic Emergency Medicine Steering Board.

As one of 12 national board members, Dr. O'Connell is helping to lead Epic's emergency medicine content and strategy.

Congratulations, Dr. O’Connell - it’s great to see making a difference!

10/31/2022

Savor a three-course dinner featuring rich cuts of American Wagyu beef prepared by Farmers Restaurant Group Managing Partner and Chef Joe Goetze at Whiskey and Wagyu.

We hope you can join us on Saturday, November 12, for this special evening.

Tickets are limited for this event. Grab one now: https://engage.utsouthwestern.edu/events/2022/whiskey-and-wagyu

UTSW researchers identify key player in cellular response to stress 10/27/2022

UTSW researchers identify key player in cellular response to stress

Research collaborators Amanda Casey, Ph.D., and Kim Orth, Ph.D (Graduate School ’93), have identified how an enzyme may play a critical role in the way our bodies respond to stress.

Their findings could lead to new treatments for a variety of diseases, including cancer, metabolic syndrome, and neurodegenerative disorders.

Learn more: https://www.utsouthwestern.edu/newsroom/articles/year-2022/september-cellular-response-to-stress.html

UTSW researchers identify key player in cellular response to stress An enzyme called Fic, whose biochemical role was discovered at UT Southwestern more than a dozen years ago, appears to play a crucial part in guiding the cellular response to stress, a new study suggests.

10/24/2022

, come meet whiskey expert Rob Arnold (Biomedical Sciences ’11) at Whiskey and Wagyu on Saturday, November 12.

As a master distiller and the Co-Founder of Advanced Spirits, Rob Arnold, will share insights about the science of distilling.

Learn more or purchase tickets: https://engage.utsouthwestern.edu/events/2022/whiskey-and-wagyu

10/20/2022

October is !

UT Southwestern Medical Center's physical therapists help people of all ages and abilities achieve their physical activity goals and improve their quality of life.

Thank you to our who aid in transforming lives every day.

10/17/2022

you're invited to join us on November 12 for a special alumni evening savoring the distinctive flavors of aged whiskey and premium beef.

Sample rich cuts of Wagyu beef provided by rancher and physician, Bradley W. Carpentier, M.D. (Medicine ’91), and prepared by Farmers Restaurant Group Managing Partner and Chef Joe Goetze.

Experience whiskey pairings curated by master distiller and Co-Founder of Advanced Spirits, Rob Arnold, Ph.D. (Biomedical Sciences ’11), who will share insights about the science of distilling.

Learn more or RSVP: https://engage.utsouthwestern.edu/events/2022/whiskey-and-wagyu

UT Southwestern designated one of 12 elite Nutrition Obesity Research Centers in the nation 10/13/2022

UT Southwestern designated one of 12 elite Nutrition Obesity Research Centers in the nation

The National Institutes of Health (NIH) has selected UT Southwestern Medical Center as one of 12 Nutrition Obesity Research Centers in the nation – and the only one in Texas.

Jay Horton, M.D. (Fellow ’94, Fellow ’97) explains how the funding will help UT Southwestern continue to accelerate basic scientific discoveries and improve public health.

Learn more: https://www.utsouthwestern.edu/newsroom/articles/year-2022/september-nutrition-obesity-research-center.html

UT Southwestern designated one of 12 elite Nutrition Obesity Research Centers in the nation UT Southwestern Medical Center has been selected to be one of 12 NIH Nutrition Obesity Research Centers in the nation – and the only one in Texas – to investigate the causes, prevention, and treatment options for obesity, a chronic disease affecting more than 40% of the U.S. population with medi...

10/11/2022

Calling all in private practice around Dallas-Fort Worth:

Mentor our medical students and join us for brunch at UT Southwestern Medical Center on Saturday, October 29 from 10 a.m. - noon.

RSVP to attend: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/2022UTSWAlumniBrunch

10/10/2022

Join this Friday, October 14, as we celebrate a milestone for one of science’s most successful partnerships with a symposium and reception.

Register to attend today: https://www.utsouthwestern.edu/bg50/

Thinwa awarded prestigious Burroughs Wellcome Fund Career Award for Medical Scientists - CT Plus - UT Southwestern 10/05/2022

Thinwa awarded prestigious Burroughs Wellcome Fund Career Award for Medical Scientists - CT Plus - UT Southwestern

Josephine Thinwa, M.D., Ph.D., (Resident ’17, Fellow, ’19, ’21) was awarded the prestigious Burroughs Wellcome Fund Career Award for Medical Scientists.

As a physician-scientist at UT Southwestern Medical Center, Dr. Thinwa has developed a research program aimed at characterizing the mechanisms that fight off viral infections.

Learn about the medical milestones this UTSW alumna is making below.

https://www.utsouthwestern.edu/ctplus/stories/2022/thinwa-burroughs-award.html

Thinwa awarded prestigious Burroughs Wellcome Fund Career Award for Medical Scientists - CT Plus - UT Southwestern Dr. Thinwa’s research was recently recognized when she received a Burroughs Wellcome Fund Career Award for Medical Scientists – making her one of only 14 awardees nationwide this year.

Children’s Health will fund pediatric unit at the Texas Health and Human Services Commission – UT Southwestern Medical Center psychiatric hospital 10/03/2022

Children’s Health will fund pediatric unit at the Texas Health and Human Services Commission – UT Southwestern Medical Center psychiatric hospital

Today is

Children's Health has donated approximately 100 beds for children and adolescent patients at the new state psychiatric hospital at UT Southwestern Medical Center.

Hicham Ibrahim, M.D., (Resident ’02, Fellow ’04) explains the institution's vision to "build a state-of-the-art facility that meets the needs of the communities we serve.”

Learn more: https://www.utsouthwestern.edu/newsroom/articles/year-2022/september-childrens-health-will-fund-pediatric-unit.html

Children’s Health will fund pediatric unit at the Texas Health and Human Services Commission – UT Southwestern Medical Center psychiatric hospital Children’s Health significantly expands access to pediatric behavioral health services

Mothers with diabetes can have a healthy breastfeeding experience 09/30/2022

Mothers with diabetes can have a healthy breastfeeding experience

Despite the challenges, it is possible for mothers with diabetes to have a healthy breastfeeding experience. Maria Ramos-Roman, M.D. (Fellow ’04) offers tips for breastfeeding with diabetes in the article below.

September is month. We are thankful all the women who continue to advance health care at UT Southwestern Medical Center.

Read now: https://www.utsouthwestern.edu/newsroom/articles/year-2022/august-mothers-with-diabetes.html

Mothers with diabetes can have a healthy breastfeeding experience Breastfeeding offers a wealth of benefits both for mothers and their babies. Although diabetes can complicate the process, it does not prevent mothers from giving their babies this wonderful start to life, according to UT Southwestern endocrinologist Maria Ramos-Roman, M.D., Associate Professor of I...

Finding a higher purpose through military medical service - CT Plus - UT Southwestern 09/28/2022

Finding a higher purpose through military medical service - CT Plus - UT Southwestern

Andrew Aboujaoude M.D., (Medicine ’22) was named a captain in the U.S. Air Force after graduation this past year.

Dr. Aboujoude joined the Air Force as a second lieutenant when he began medical school in 2018 as part of the Armed Forces Health Professions Scholarship Program, which qualifies scholars for the rank of captain upon graduation.

Read his inspirational story here: https://www.utsouthwestern.edu/ctplus/stories/2022/air-force-doctor.html

Finding a higher purpose through military medical service - CT Plus - UT Southwestern Turning a plane into a flying ICU requires innovation and creativity, he said. And with talk of the Space Force and future space exploration come exciting questions about anesthesia and surgical capabilities in the space realm, he added. The goal, he said, is “to save the lives of young men and wo...

09/26/2022

Dr. Sarah Baker (Resident ‘18) has won the Association for Academic Psychiatry’s Early Career Development Award.

The award recognizes promising junior faculty and provides an opportunity to learn and share teaching techniques and innovations with other experienced educators and peers.

Congratulations, Dr. Baker!

09/22/2022

Today is !

Every day Moncrief Cancer Institute strives to provide the best possible care to all members of the community who are in need. Today, September 22, join those making a difference by donating to Moncrief Cancer Institute.

Give now: https://bit.ly/3j8H3Jl

A Living Legacy

Since the first graduating class walked across the stage in 1944, thousands of physicians, scientists, and caregivers have earned the prestigious title of a UT Southwestern Alumni. More than seven decades later and our diverse family of healthcare professionals has established a living legacy built on a foundation of excellence. UT Southwestern graduates have distinguished themselves at top medical facilities around the world, in communities large and small, and in all areas of medicine. Our dynamic alumni are often found among those at the forefront of discovery and education. Whether graduating this year or having done so many before, all UT Southwestern alumni share a common bond cultivated during their time as a student or resident.

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