Above a double doorway at the end of a hallway, a wooden sign announces in Latin, “Mortui Vivos Docent.” It’s here that the dead teach the living.
Three junior faculty members were selected to receive $450,000 from the Max and Minnie Tomerlin Voelcker Fund to develop innovative lines of research and make preliminary discoveries.
Though common, near-death experiences are often discounted by health care professionals. One assistant professor is working to change that.
The Army has turned to the Long School of Medicine and its expertise in emergency care to get wounded soldiers the fastest medical care possible.
Philanthropists Joe R. and Teresa Lozano Long have supported student scholarships for more than two decades, changing countless lives.
Student-run clinic brings health care to those fleeing violence and persecution.
You could search all day in Sharon Fowler’s kitchen and pantry and there’s one thing you’d never, ever find: diet soda.
Zyren Lopez just can’t tolerate cats. “Cats and dust,” he said in a polite whisper. In the second grade, Zyren recalled, “I started getting really sick. My chest was hurting and it was hard to breathe, so I went to the nurse and she called my mom. And they wanted to take me to the […]
Rajam Ramamurthy, M.D., may have been born and raised in India, but she’s grown fond of a particular American idiom. “I believe you should put your money where your mouth is,” she says flatly. Dr. Ramamurthy, professor emeritus in pediatrics, has a long history of giving back financially to the Health Science Center, where she […]