Nearly 500 community members attended the Dell Medical School Open Forum on Oct. 29 to hear updates about the school and ask questions of guest panelists. View the video recap of the forum for a progress report on the school’s development.
Planning is moving forward on the first three buildings, and we’re expecting to break ground in 2014. One of the defining features of this new medical district will be Waller Creek, which presents opportunities and challenges.
Seton Healthcare Family's Greg Hartman discusses how UT, Seton, and the Travis County health district Central Health are poised to transform health care in Central Texas. Hartman is a Texas Ex (BA ’83) and president of academic medicine, research, and external affairs for the Seton Healthcare Family.
By caging bacteria in microscopic houses, scientists at The University of Texas at Austin are studying how communities of bacteria, such as those found in the human gut and lungs, interact and develop infections.
The National Institutes of Health is turning to researchers at The University of Texas at Austin to develop computer simulations to improve surgical repair of the heart’s mitral valve, one of the aging heart’s key points of failure.
Provost Steven Leslie (left), who says the medical school was a highlight of his six years as top academic officer, will continue developing key Dell Medical School partnership agreements through the end of the year.
In an op-ed piece published by the Austin American-Statesman, Provost Steven Leslie addresses concerns that Dell Medical School's relationship with Seton Healthcare Family might limit medical education. We intend to meet and exceed national accrediting standards in all areas of medical care, including women's health and end-of-life care.