What You Missed From The Health Cell – State of the Industry

The Health Cell is a local San Antonio non-profit organization built around our growing biotechnology, medical, and military community. They host monthly events to encourage networking among the community and serve as a platform for innovation. Every year, The Health Cell turns...
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Kens5: Why clinical trials about cancer are so important in San Antonio

Dr. Amelie Ramirez, the Chair of Population and Health Sciences and Associate Director for Community Outreach and Engagement for the Mays Cancer Center within UT Health San Antonio spoke to Kens5 for the article “Why clinical trials about cancer are so important in San...
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Alumna Dr. Neelam Mukherjee Selected for AAI Oral Presentation and Travel Award

Neelam Mukerjee, Ph.D. was selected for an oral presentation and the AAI Trainee Abstract Award from the American Association of Immunologists. The Trainee Abstract Award is a tiered award that provides a higher reimbursement award amount for members with multiple consecutive...
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Faculty Spotlight: 16 Questions with Naomi Sayre, Ph.D.

1) Please tell me about yourself. I grew up in the mountain desert of New Mexico in the Four Corners Region, the eldest of 6 children.  I spent my spare time running around the hills, catching lizards, and climbing trees. I chose to leave my small town to head to upstate New York...
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Samantha Yee publishes first author paper in Nature Communications

Samantha Yee, a third-year Ph.D. student in the pharmacology and physiology discipline of the Integrated Biomedical Sciences Program, has published a co-first author paper in Nature Communications. Yee is a student in Dr. April Risinger’s lab and is her first graduate student....
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In The News: UT Health San Antonio Professors Speak to Texas Public Radio About Alzheimer’s Disease And Latinos

Texas Public Radio posted the audio featuring UT Health San Antonio’s very own Dr. Sudha Seshadri and Dr. Bess Frost!
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Alumni Spotlight: Shelly Gunn, M.D., Ph.D., Genomic Pathologist at Targeted Genomics

When did you first become interested in science? I graduated from Trinity University with a music degree in 1980, attended Peabody Conservatory of Music in Baltimore, and was working as a piano teacher in 1988 when our infant son was diagnosed with retinoblastoma (RB). At the...
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