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University of Texas Southwestern

University rankings (overall)

The University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center (UT Southwestern or UTSW) is one of the leading academic medical centers in the world. It is the flagship biomedical research institution of the University of Texas System, incorporating three degree-granting institutions, four affiliated hospitals, including Parkland Memorial, the major public teaching hospital of the Dallas/Fort Worth metroplex, and world-class biomedical research laboratories. Its academic and educational prowess was recently reflected by rankings by "US News and World Report", which ranked UTSW's medical school as one of the top 20 in the United States.

UT Southwestern is distinguished by the quality of its biomedical research, which consistently ranks among the best in the world. Shanghai Jiao Tong's Academic Ranking of World Universities places UTSW 6th in the world for the impact and quality of research in the Life Sciences. Thomson Science Watch ranks UTSW 7th for the average quality of its research (measured by citations per paper). UTSW's research faculty includes 18 members of the National Academy of Sciences, 13 members of the Howard Hughes Medical Institute, and four active Nobel Laureates. UT South western's focus on graduate education and its relatively small size have fostered a collaborative culture between basic science and medicine that has led to many major medical discoveries, including Michael S. Brown and Joseph L. Goldstein's Nobel Prize-winning research on cholesterol metabolism. This suitability for training medical scientists is reflected in the emphasis placed on the highly-competitive MD/PhD Medical Scientist Training Program at UTSW, with which Dr. Brown is intimately involved. The center.

is located in the Southwestern Medical District, a 231-acre (0.93 km) campus in Dallas incorporating UT Southwestern Medical School, UT Southwestern Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences, UT Southwestern Allied Health Sciences School, and four affiliated hospitals: Parkland Memorial Hospital, Children's Medical Center, Zale Lipshy University Hospital, and St. Paul University Hospital, as well as the Aston Ambulatory Care Center. It has branch programs with affiliated hospitals at several sites in Dallas, Richardson, Fort Worth, Waco and Wichita Falls.

Under the leadership of Dr. Edward H. Cary and Karl Hoblitzelle, a group of prominent Dallas citizens organized Southwestern Medical Foundation in 1939 to promote medical education and research in Dallas and the region. When Baylor University elected to move its school of medicine from Dallas to Houston in 1943, the foundation formally established Southwestern Medical College as the 68th medical school in the United States. Founded during World War II, the medical school was initially housed in a handful of abandoned barracks. When a new state medical school was proposed after World War II, leaders of Southwestern Medical Foundation offered the college's equipment, library and certain restricted funds to The University of Texas System, provided the university would locate its new medical branch in Dallas. The Board of Regents accepted this offer from the foundation, and in 1949 the college became Southwestern Medical School of The University of Texas. In 1954 the name was changed to The University of Texas Southwestern Medical School. The present campus site on Harry Hines Boulevard was occupied in 1955 upon the completion of the Edward H. Cary Building. This placed the medical school faculty next to the newly built Parkland Memorial Hospital. In November 1972 the name and scope of the medical school were changed with its reorganization into The University of Texas Health Science Center at Dallas. In approving the concept of a health science center, the Board of Regents provided for the continued growth of coordinated but separate medical, graduate and undergraduate components, interacting creatively on the problems of human health and well-being. In 1986 the Howard Hughes Medical Institute opened a research facility on the campus. Concentrating on molecular biology, it has brought outstanding scientists to head laboratories in their specialties. These investigators also hold faculty positions in the basic science departments of the medical school and graduate school.In October 1987 the UT System Board of Regents approved changing the name of the health science center to The University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center at Dallas, reconfirming its original Southwestern identity. The medical center encompasses Southwestern Medical School, Southwestern Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences and Southwestern Allied Health Sciences School.

Since the late 1960s the university has added more than 6,000,000 square feet (560,000 m) of new construction. The 60-acre (240,000 m) South Campus includes sixteen buildings housing classrooms, laboratories, offices, the extensive University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center Library, an auditorium and a large outpatient center. Affiliated hospitals adjacent to the campus are Zale Lipshy University Hospital, Parkland Memorial Hospital, St. Paul University Hospital and Children's Medical Center (Dallas).

In 1987 the John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation gave the university 30 acres (120,000 m) near the South Campus for future expansion. A 20-year master plan for the site, named the North Campus, calls for six research towers, a support-services building, an energy plant, and underground parking, in addition to the Mary Nell an d Ralph B. Rogers Magnetic Resonance Center and the Moncrief Radiation Oncology Center. Three research towers and an elevated campus connector, linking the South Campus with the North Campus, were completed in the 1990s. A fourth 14-story research tower, was completed in 2005. In 1999 the university purchased an additional 50 acres (200,000 m) from the MacArthur Foundation and a portion of the property was used to create an on-campus student-housing complex of 156 apartments. A second phase of 126 units opens in the summer of 2004. After its initial affiliation with Southwestern in 1999, the Moncrief Radiation Oncology Cancer Center has expanded its reach in 2003 with more facilities located in Dallas, Fort Worth, southern Tarrant County, and Weatherford, Texas.The clinical services are expanding as annual patient visits to the medical center’s clinics average 400,000 a year, up dramatically from only 50,000 annually 15 years ago.In 2003, the American Academy of Arts and Sciences added a 12th member and in 2004 the National Academy of Sciences elected a 15th member from the UT Southwestern faculty to join its ranks.

UT Southwestern Medical School

UT Southwestern is one of the five least-expensive public medical schools and amongst the top ten largest medical schools in the United States. The school's tuition is just over $13,000 per year for in-state residents, being subsidized by the state. By mandate of the state legislature, 90 percent of students are from the state of Texas, in order to assure the state a consistent source of high-quality physicians. For out-of-state residents, the school offers institution grants and alumni scholarships to make up the difference.

Ranking

According to U.S. News and World Report, UT Southwestern ranks 20th in the Nation in the Research category and 20th in Primary Care.

While it is the number 1 ranked medical school in Texas, the U.S. News and World Report ranking does not reflect the scientific reputation of the institution, as it consistently ranks in the top ten US institutions in medical research in other independent rankings of research quality, often well above many of the schools which outrank it on the USNWR list. Shanghai Jiao Tong's Academic Ranking of World Universities places UTSW 6th in the world for the impact and quality of research in the Life Sciences. Thoms on Science Watch ranks UTSW 7th for the average quality of its research (measured by citations per paper). In an undated survey of federally funded universities in Science Watch, UT Southwestern earned a Top 10 ranking in four out of six major fields. Among peer institutions, only Harvard and UCSF received a better overall ranking.Moreover, UTSW's research faculty includes 18 members of the National Academy of Sciences, 13 members of the Howard Hughes Medical Institute, and four active Nobel Laureates, numbers well above those at some institutions which USNWR ranks in its top 10.

MD/PhD Program

Taking advantage of the world-class research on campus, UT Southwestern runs a highly regarded and competitive MD/PhD program, part of the NIH Medical Scientist Training Program. The program also has a large amount of private funding, allowing them to accept many international students who are ineligible for programs at other institutions that rely solely on NIH funds. The largest source of private support for UTSW's program has been from software billionaire H. Ross Perot, who regularly makes personal appearances during MSTP recruitment events. Dr. Mike Brown has been an advocate for MD/PhD programs, as well as other programs designed to foster the development of future clinician-scientists. Both he and fellow Nobel Laureate Dr. Joe Goldstein are MD-educated basic scientists and often emphasize the importance of a research-oriented medical education for future medical investigators. Dr. Brown is closely involved with the administration of the program, and regularly attends the weekly "Works-in-Progress" talks given by research faculty especially for MD/PhD students. The program is a popular choice for students both because of the strength of the research program and because of the low cost of living in Dallas. MSTP students at most top tier institutions receive a stipend of around $30,000 annually, and most cities with comparable research environments are quite expensive to live in (for example: New York, San Francisco, Boston, San Diego), MD/PhD Students in Dallas are often able to purchase their own homes during their graduate school years, rather than renting, as is the norm for most programs.

Library

The University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center at Dallas Library serves the research, education and clinical information needs of the campus, including the University Hospitals, as well as serving Parkland Health & Hospital System and Children’s Medical Center. The library offers over 62,000 full-text electronic journals and 86,000 books including both print and electronic, as well as about 259,000 print journal volumes. The library’s main physical location on the South Campus offers almost 65,000 square feet (6,000 m) of space with computers for client use, the print book and journal collection, and many study areas. The library also has a small branch library on the North Campus.

Affiliated healthcare institutions

Major affiliations: Minor affiliations:

Parkland Memorial Hospital Richardson Regional Medical Center

Children's Medical Center Dallas Baylor University Medical Center

University Hospital-Zale Lipshy Presbyterian Hospital of Dallas

University Hospital-St. Paul

Dallas Veteran Affairs Medical Center

Texas Scottish Rite Hospital for Children

John Peter Smith Hospital of Fort Worth

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