million gift establishes neuroscience clinic at UT medical school

An Austin-based foundation supported by a retired oil executive and his wife has pledged $50 million to establish a neuroscience clinic at the University of Texas’ Dell Medical School for research and patient care involving Alzheimer’s disease, bipolar disorder, stroke and other maladies. The Mulva Family Foundation has also agreed to donate $25 million to the UT MD Anderson Cancer Center in Houston to advance treatment for melanoma, the deadliest form of skin cancer, and prostate cancer, the second-leading cause of cancer deaths in men. “We are pleased to establish a new and innovative neurology clinic combining UT-Austin’s state-of-the-art research with advanced clinical operations for these widespread and difficult diseases that impact so many people and families,” James and Miriam Mulva said in a statement. “Furthermore, we have a passion…

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