July 11, 2016
Johnston: How Dell Med School’s first class will shape care in Austin
Thursday, July 7, 2016
By Clay Johnston – Special to the American-Statesman
Dean Clay Johnston goes into the varied and impressive backgrounds of the all the students that comprise the first class at the Dell Medical School at the University of Texas. He explains how their education will help them change the future of health care, in both Austin and beyond, for generations to come.
Austin’s big bet on the future of urban health care
Tuesday, July 5, 2016
By Scott Andes – Brookings
What is the Dell Medical School already doing that other academic medical centers can learn from? From building strong relations to community health early on, to tailoring its research agenda to match the regional economy, the Dell Medical School is proving to be a step in the right direction.
Latinos in Austin suffer food insecurity, food deserts the most
Saturday, July 2, 2016
By Marlon Sorto – ¡Ahora Sí!
Although Austin has low unemployment and crime rates, the fact that it’s ranked the most economically segregated major metro area in the country means that minorities lack consistent access to adequate and healthy food.