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Hoelscher appointed to serve on national committee to advise the development of the U.S. Dietary Guidelines

Hoelscher appointed to serve on national committee to advise the development of the U.S. Dietary Guidelines

The Committee will be tasked with reviewing the current body of science on key nutrition topics and developing a scientific report that includes its independent assessment of the evidence and recommendations for the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services and U.S. Food and Drug Administration as they develop the Dietary Guidelines for Americans (the Guidelines).

Hoelscher appointed to serve on national committee to advise the development of the U.S. Dietary Guidelines

Hoelscher appointed to serve on national committee to advise the development of the U.S. Dietary Guidelines

The Committee will be tasked with reviewing the current body of science on key nutrition topics and developing a scientific report that includes its independent assessment of the evidence and recommendations for the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services and U.S. Food and Drug Administration as they develop the Dietary Guidelines for Americans (the Guidelines).

Victoria Solis wearing a graduation cap

Victoria Solis, MPH, guided by family's legacy of community service in pursuit of public health

Solis was inspired by her parents and teachers to pursue a career where she could combine her passions for public health, community service and education.

The Center for Health Care Data announces awardees for Research Pilot Award

The Center for Health Care Data announces awardees for Research Pilot Award

Through an interdisciplinary format, each submission awarded is a catalyst for the exploration of methods to improve or analyze issues through electronic health records, and to serve as models for future research.


Five UTHealth Houston Faculty Members Honored With Endowments in Recognition of Their Continued Work

Drs. Balasubramanian, Highfield, Darkoh, Tortolero Emery, and Markham pictured.

November 11, 2022

Endowments are a poignant reminder to faculty members of the importance of their roles and responsibilities in academics and research. Donors fund these endowments, traditionally where they get their namesake, and they are used to support faculty's particular research interest. This honor elevates leaders in the health science community, creating a high-caliber setting in which to thrive.





UTHealth Houston researchers begin five-year study into effectiveness and safety of whole blood transfusion

Bags of donated blood before a transfusion, sitting on a table during a surgery

October 24, 2022

Funded by the National Heart Lung, and Blood Institute (NHLBI), the “Trauma Resuscitation with Group O Whole Blood Or Products” (TROOP) trial will enroll 1,200 patients at 12 trauma centers across the United States, to compare whole blood transfusions to blood component therapy, the current standard in trauma transfusions. Enrollment for TROOP will begin in spring 2023.

 





UTHealth Houston, Baylor College of Medicine to collaborate on new HIV Implementation Science Consultation Hub

UTHealth Houston, Baylor College of Medicine to collaborate on new HIV Implementation Science Consultation Hub

October 7, 2022

The UTHealth Houston Institute for Implementation Science and the Texas Developmental Center for AIDS Research (Texas D-CFAR), a collaboration between Baylor College of Medicine, UTHealth Houston and Texas Biomedical Research Institute, recently received funding from the National Institutes of Health to establish the new Texas Implementation Science Hub to End HIV (Texas IS Hub).



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