Dr. Burma Interviewed about Research Concerning Glioblastoma and Senolytic Drugs

June 30, 2022

Ivanhoe Broadcast News recently published a story about the difficulties physicians face when treating glioblastoma. They interviewed Sandeep Burma, PhD, to learn more about the research his team is doing concerning the use of senolytic drugs to prevent the premature aging of healthy brain cells caused by radiation therapy. You can read the story and […]

Dr. Burma Interviewed about Research Involving Space Radiation and Glioblastoma

June 28, 2022

Sandeep Burma, PhD, was interviewed by Ivanhoe Broadcast News to discuss the research his team is conducting at UT Health concerning the role space radiation might play in the development of cancer, specifically glioblastoma, among astronauts. You can watch Dr. Burma’s interview and read the accompanying story by visiting the link below. The Effects of […]

Graduation 2022

June 15, 2022

The Department of Neurosurgery is excited to announce that Ryan McDermott, MD, and Christopher Sy, MD, will be graduating from our residency program this Friday. We are proud to have worked with these fine physicians for the past seven years. We wish them both the very best as they begin this next chapter of their […]

Dr. Geoffrey Peitz smiling for his staff photo.

Dr. Peitz Completes Enfolded Neurocritical Care Fellowship

June 13, 2022

Congratulations to Geoffrey Peitz, MD, on his successful completion of our enfolded Neurocritical Care Fellowship! Dr. Peitz is the second person ever to enroll in this fellowship, which was specifically designed to train strong intensivists who are capable of caring for critically ill patients and navigating the complexities of neurologic injury and disease. We are […]

Antonio Martinez smiles for photo

Employee of the Quarter for the Month of June 2022 – Antonio Martinez

June 6, 2022

We are pleased to share the news that the Employee of the Quarter for the month of June is Antonio Martinez. Antonio has been with our team for approximately a year and a half. His co-workers have commended his hard work, friendly demeanor, and excellent patient care. Congratulations, Antonio! We thank you for all the […]