As an undergraduate, Jaclyn Bermudez made an important finding in a biology lab – she discovered she loved research. Her career trajectory has rocketed skyward ever since. And this year she became a board member of the world’s largest and most respected eye and vision research organization:
Sharon Homan, MS, PhD, has been named as Associate Dean for Research at the UNTHSC School of Public Health.
Glenn Dillon, PhD, rejoins UNTHSC this month as Vice Provost for Health Institutes and Professor of Pharmacology and Neuroscience.
Interim President Michael Williams presented awards on April 22 to 28 faculty members in recognition of their contributions to our education, research and clinical care efforts.
DNA experts at the UNT Health Science Center will help train Libyan scientists to analyze the remains of an estimated 20,000 people found in mass graves in Libya following the uprising of 2011, in an effort to identify them.
This is the beginning of a compelling five-page feature article about Rhonda Roby, PhD, MPH, Associate Professor, Forensic and Investigative Genetics, in the November issue of D magazine:
Meharvan “Sonny” Singh, PhD, chairman and professor of Pharmacology and Neuroscience, has been named interim director of the Institute for Aging and Alzheimer’s Disease Research (IAADR), effective Nov. 1.
UNTHSC faculty, staff and students regularly earn recognition as they create solutions for a healthier community. Some of the latest:
After 22-year-old Katie Sepich was murdered in 2003, it took more than three years to find her killer. His DNA was collected from the murder scene, and he was arrested for other violent crimes, but he was not required to give a DNA sample that would have implicated him in the murder.
Leading experts in geriatrics, endocrinology and neuroscience met last week to discuss the latest findings on estrogen and brain aging, in a conference organized by the Health Science Center.