News and Events
Aspirin will be tested for its potential to decrease inflammation in the brain that may be involved in the development of symptoms in bipolar disorder.
UT Physicians has received a three-year, $3.7 million grant to continue an innovative clinic designed to improve outcomes for chronically ill children.
YMCA of Greater Houston and UT Physicians launch corporate wellness partnership to provide corporations with a total wellness program
UT Physicians Otorhinolaryngologists will host an annual continuing medical education course for physicians and health care specialists June 23.
UT Physicians experts will present their medical knowledge and insights at two upcoming continuing medical education conferences aimed at medical and health professionals.
Sean Savitz, M.D., UT Physicians neurologist, receives the Molly and Bernard Sanberg Memorial Award
John Reveille, M.D., UT Physicians rheumatologist, has been elected president of the Pan American League of Associations of Rheumatology (PANLAR).
Timothy Achor, M.D., UT Physicians orthopaedic surgeon, recently received the Howard Rosen Table Instructor Award.
UT Physicians will soon offer adult and pediatric general and specialty care in the Katy area at its new Cinco Ranch location.
It took a team of UT Physicians to help a baby born with organs outside his body.
New evidence shows that weight-loss surgery can reverse obesity-related Type 2 diabetes
The Multiple Sclerosis Clinic was honored as the 2012 Company on the Move by the Houston Chapter of the National Multiple Sclerosis Society.
A clinical trial to test the safety and efficacy of a medication that could help pregnant women stop smoking has begun enrolling patients at The University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston.
The new UT Physicians Medical Weight Loss program can help people shed unwanted pounds and decrease the risk of Type 2 diabetes, arthritis, cancer and other health issues.
Lillian Kao, M.D., UT Physicians surgeon, has been voted president-elect of the Association for Academic Surgery (AAS).
Urologic oncologist Steven Canfield, M.D., has been named chief of the Division of Urology for UT Physicians.
A new medication to treat major depressive disorder in patients who have not responded to other antidepressants is being studied in a Phase II clinical trial by Medical School researchers.
Using a patient’s own bone marrow stem cells to treat acute stroke is feasible and safe according to the results of a ground-breaking Phase I trial conducted by Medical School researchers.
The John Ritter Research Program is pleased to announce the opening of the Aortic Disease Clinic
Sean Savitz, M.D., UT Physicians neurologist, has been named director of the Vascular Neurology (Stroke) Program.
When it comes to treating the millions with osteoarthritis, health care providers could use more options beyond treating symptoms with medications and recommending surgery in severe cases.
UT Physician researchers have found evidence that multiple sclerosis affects an area of the brain that controls cognitive, sensory, and motor functioning …
Houston Aortic Symposium: Frontiers in Cardiovascular Diseases will take place March 22-24 at the Westin Oaks Hotel.
Richard Holbrooke, John Ritter, Lucille Ball, and Great Britain’s King George II were all taken by the same silent killer: an acute aortic dissection.
In 2002, Dr. Marnie Rose, stunned viewers of the nationally televised reality series “Houston Medical” by pulling off her wig to reveal that she was both a doctor and a patient.