Topic: Lauren Ancel Meyers

HIV Not As Infectious Soon After Transmission As Thought

March 17, 2015

People who recently have been infected with HIV may not be as highly infectious as previously believed, a finding that could improve global efforts to prevent HIV transmission and save lives. In particular, the finding bolsters the strategy of treating patients with antiretroviral drugs before the onset of AIDS to prevent transmission.

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Gates Opens Building, Talks Health

March 7, 2013
Gates Opens Building, Talks Health

Bill Gates spoke with students for the opening of the Bill and Melinda Gates Computer Science Complex and Dell Computer Science Hall. Read more.

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2012 Retrospective: Looking Back on a Historic Year

Dec. 20, 2012

2012 has been quite a year on the Forty Acres: two national championships, a new med school on the way and major research achievements, for starters. Read on for more.

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Doctoral Program in Statistics to Advance Research in Health Care and Technology

Nov. 1, 2012

The University of Texas at Austin's newest Ph.D. program in statistics was unanimously approved recently by the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board. The program, managed by the College of Natural Sciences' Division of Statistics + Scientific Computation, will provide doctoral students with rigorous training in advanced statistical methods and first-hand experience applying and developing such methods to analyze complex data in diverse fields.

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Pandemic Preparedness

July 8, 2012
Pandemic Preparedness

How UT-created computer models can help officials prepare for pandemics.

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