News and Events
Memorial Hermann IRONMAN® Sports Medicine Institute opens a third location at Memorial Hermann The Woodlands Hospital.
Study launched to investigate a hospital-initiated behavioral therapy program to reduce secondhand smoke in homes with infants at risk for pulmonary problems.
The LoneStar LEND announces its Second Annual Autism Conference: “The Changing Face of Autism: Developing a Roadmap for Diagnosis, Treatment and Advocacy,”
You’ve heard the term in the news, but what exactly is multiple sclerosis (MS)?
Newborn screening gives patients with genetic diseases a chance at a normal life. Still, some critics say the newborn screening unnecessarily frightens parents.
Multidisciplinary update is aimed at providing prenatal healthcare providers with the current guidelines and best practices.
The new guide is offered in both a printed and an online flip version to promote referrals to UT Physicians specialists.
Results of a study using several imaging methods showed that CCSVI (chronic cerebrospinal venous insufficiency) occurs at a low rate in both people with multiple sclerosis (MS)…
A new research study of bicuspid aortic valve and its complications has begun.
A more rapid laboratory test for pregnant women to detect potentially deadly Group B strep (GBS) has been successful at identifying GBS colonization in six and a half hours.
With hundreds of millions reported to play soccer worldwide, it should come as no surprise that a study on the impact of heading a soccer ball on cognition is making headlines across the globe.
UTHealth Medical School and Memorial Hermann –TMC is one of a few sites nationwide conducting a clinical study on the pulmonary vascular complications of liver disease.
UT Physicians at Cinco Ranch welcomes the community to its open house celebration Saturday, March 23. Refreshments and fun for the entire family is planned on site, 10 a.m. – 2 p.m.
An international, multicenter clinical trial studying a combination of brain cooling and “clot-busting” drug therapy after stroke has received FDA approval…
Researchers at UT Physicians and the University of California, Davis have shown for the first time that areas of the brain work together at the same time to recall memories.
UT Physicians Dermatology is offering free vein screenings March 20, April 10, and April 24.
Almost 10 years ago, the Management of Myelomeningocele (MOMS) study began comparing two approaches to treatment for a serious form of spina bifida: prenatal surgery versus the standard postnatal repair.
Filling a gap in health care in Houston, the Bipolar Program for Adolescents and Children has opened at UT Physicians.
Super Bowl-winning lineman, turned UT Physicians orthopaedic surgeon Mark Adickes, M.D., is moderating a free public forum to help parents, athletes, and trainers spot the warning signs of concussion.
The present and future of addictions treatment is the focus of the Fourth Annual UT Psychiatry Update, which will be held Feb. 9 at the Hermann Conference Center.
“Pathways to Cardiovascular Disease Prevention” will be the theme of the 23rd annual Preventive Cardiology Forum, which is set for Feb. 2 at The University of Texas Medical School at Houston.
Me-so-the-li-o-ma. You’ve probably heard this mouthful of a word—the name of a rare cancer—on late night television commercials.
In its quest to dominate orthopaedics in the city of Houston, UT Physicians orthopaedic surgery continues to bolster its talented roster of clinicians.
The University of Texas Medical School at Houston has launched a $3 million study to determine whether brain differences in people with bipolar disorder are the result of genetic changes.
The Robert Cizik Eye Clinic is broadening its clinical access with expanded office hours and a new location.