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Research

Paul Fadel

Health Impacts

UTA researchers find young black men are more susceptible to blood pressure spikes even at rest.

Nursing program

Nursing ranks among best

UTA nursing program ranks among the best in the nation.

Adrian Parr

New CAPPA dean

Academic power couple joins UTA to strengthen focus on sustainable urban communities.

Collage of vintage photographs

Digitizing Our Histories

Preserving the histories of underserved groups is paramount for ensuring future progress. UTA's professors are leading the effort.

Daphene Woods, an intern in the play therapy room of the Center for Clinical Social Work.

Pioneers of the 21st Century

As the School of Social Work celebrates its 50th anniversary, we take a look at how the school has grown to meet the times and make a huge impact on our communities.

Researching genomes from DNA and RNA sequences

Leading in Genomics

New North Texas Genome Center to provide massive DNA sequencing capability for regional biotech and medical research.

Michael Nelson and students

$3.3 million NIH grant

UTA researcher studies influence of fat storage in the heart on cardiovascular disease.

The REHEAL glove

Speeding up healing

UTA moves bioengineered REHEAL glove toward commercialization

Michael Nelson, left, pictured with co-investigators Mark Haykowsky (center) and Fenghua Tian (right).

National Institutes of Health grant

UTA researcher receives NIH grant to develop technology for cardiovascular health.

A couple working on their phones at home

Mobile Devices

A UTA researcher is part of a team of authors who found that using a mobile device for work at home can carry conflict to the workplace.