MD Anderson ranked top cancer hospital in the nation

MD Anderson ranked top cancer hospital in the nation

The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center has been ranked the No. 1 hospital for cancer care in the nation by U.S. News & World Report’s “Best Hospitals” survey for 2015-16. 

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UT System participates in the Sanofi iAwards program

UT System participates in the Sanofi iAwards program

Sanofi, a global healthcare company, recently signed an agreement with The University of Texas System to fund selected research programs focused on the early stages of drug discovery.

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Clinical trials network will help get new, more effective drugs to patients faster

Clinical trials network will help get new, more effective drugs to patients faster

The University of Texas System has launched a groundbreaking clinical trials network to ensure drugs and therapies developed by researchers at UT institutions get to patients faster and are effective.

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UT Southwestern receives transformative gift of $25M

UT Southwestern receives transformative gift of $25M

An exceptional $25 million gift from Lyda Hill to The University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center will fund the establishment of the Lyda Hill Department of Bioinformatics to bridge research and clinical care.

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Supporting veterans: UT Austin plans to modify admissions for former service members

Supporting veterans: UT Austin plans to modify admissions for former service members

The UT System is proud to support veterans of the U.S. armed forces, and UT institutions provide a variety of unique services and resources to both veterans and active duty military members.

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UT Austin Leads National Effort to Help Transfer Students Earn Associate Degrees

Almost 270,000 Texans could be eligible to receive associate degrees for coursework they have completed through Reverse Transfer, the first national service to retroactively award the degrees to students after they transfer to a four-year university.

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