Topic: H1N1

During One of the Earliest Flu Seasons, Researchers Share Subtle Strategy for Promoting Vaccination

Dec. 21, 2012

With the nation experiencing one of the earliest flu seasons since the winter of 2003, Matthew McGlone an associate professor of communication studies in The University of Texas at Austin's College of Communication has discovered a subtle linguistic strategy for promoting vaccination.

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A decade of discovery

June 21, 2011
A decade of discovery

The Texas Advanced Computing Center marks 10 years of helping scientists explore phenomenon too large, small or expensive to investigate in the lab.

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Biology Student Awarded Truman Scholarship to Support Graduate Study in Public Health

April 5, 2011

Genevieve Allen, a Dean's Scholars Honors Biology major at The University of Texas at Austin, has been selected as a 2011 Truman Scholar.

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Undergraduates study H1N1 at U.S.-Mexico border

April 15, 2010

Microbiology undergraduates Sami Miller and Kelly Broussard traveled to Brownsville to research tuberculosis alongside the world's foremost disease detectives, Joseph McCormick and Susan Fisher-Hoch.

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Swine flu crusaders

April 8, 2010
Kelly Broussard (front) and Sami Miller (back)

When Sami Miller and Kelly Broussard decided to head down to the border last summer, they didn't expect to end up in the middle of the global swine flu pandemic.

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