In Dallas, you'll discover a hub of medical progress - from an impressive depth of research (both public and private), to world-class medical facilities, to a pool of some of the greatest minds in the health sciences.
ATTENDEES CRAVE ACCESS TO CUTTING-EDGE RESEARCHERS
Dallas is rich ground for medical research. Did you know that the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center is home to more Nobel Prize winners (6) than any other medical center in the world? At Children's Medical Research Institute, researchers lead the way in biomedical studies, while the Cooper Center Longitudinal Study of The Cooper Institute is one of the most highly referenced databases on health and fitness anywhere. And physicians at UT Southwestern are making breakthroughs in cancer, cardiovascular disease and the neurosciences. Throughout the Dallas area, researchers continue to make strides in a multitude of areas.
EXPOSE YOUR CONFERENCE TO ADVANCED TECHNIQUES
Specialists throughout the region have innovated a variety of progressive medical treatments and surgical techniques. For example, Parkland Hospital developed burn treatments that are now used all over the world. Physicians at Medical City have pioneered minimally invasive surgical techniques. UT Southwestern has performed more than 1,800 lifesaving organ transplants. And Texas Scottish Rite is a world leader in the treatment of pediatric orthopedic conditions and sports injuries.
TOUR STATE-OF-THE-ART MEDICAL FACILITIES
Dallas is home to numerous modern, innovative medical facilities. The sleek, impressive new Parkland Hospital, all glass and steel, is one of the first truly digital hospitals in the U.S. Like Parkland, the new William P. Clements Jr. University Hospital is also part of the Southwestern Medical District. Featuring 1.3 million square feet of space, Clements is an advanced medical facility with innovative approaches to care, training and research. The Outpatient Tower at UT Southwestern Medical Center was recently recognized as the most architecturally impressive hospital in the world.
And more facilities are on the way soon. Texas is second in the nation in medical construction, and North Texas is first in the state with plans for $7.6 billion in hospital construction alone.
BLOSSOMING BIOTECH BECKONS KNOWLEDGE SEEKERS
The Dallas area is also home to a burgeoning biotech industry, having leveraged its computer and semiconductor expertise to develop many successful biomedical device companies. Biotech powerhouses like Alcon Laboratories, Essilor USA, Kimberly-Clark and Stryker Communications call the area home.
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