Maritza Quintero Receives Hibbs Prize

Maritza Quintero, a student it the Biomedical Mechanisms of Medicine (BMM) discipline of the Integrated Biomedical Sciences Ph.D. program has just received the Hibbs Prize. She is in the lab of Dr. Robert Davey at Texas Biomedical Research Institute. The Hibbs prize was...
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Jordan Tanner’s paper was accepted by Anatomical Sciences Education, ranked 3/41 in Medical Education

Recent graduate and recipient of the Rennels award for excellence in graduate studies, Jordan Tanner’s paper “A Three‐Dimensional Print Model of the Pterygopalatine Fossa Significantly Enhances the Learning Experience” was accepted by Anatomical Sciences...
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Rivard Report: A Body of Knowledge in School’s Real and Virtual Anatomy Labs

Dr. Omid Rahimi, UT Health San Antonio associate professor of cell systems and anatomy, was featured in The Rivard Report ‘s article, “Bexar’s Eye: A Body of Knowledge in School’s Real and Virtual Anatomy Labs.” BodyViz renders data from magnetic resonance...
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Congratulations to the 2020 Presidential Awards Winners!

Dear UT Health San Antonio faculty, staff, students and residents, Every day, our employees work tirelessly to advance our missions of education, research, clinical care and community service. Many deserving faculty and staff were nominated to be honored with a Presidential Award...
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Texas Expected To Face 71K+ Nursing Shortage By 2030

Texas is facing a major shortage of nurses, Cynthia O’Neal, Ph.D., RN, and Sara Gill, Ph.D., RN, IBCLC, FAAN, faculty in our Nursing Science Ph.D. program spoke with Texas Public Radio about the issue. To see the full program, click here.
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Volunteer as a Science Judge– Alamo Regional Science and Engineering Fair on Feb 22

It is time once again to request judges for the Alamo Regional Science and Engineering Fair (ARSEF). The Judges registration link is: https://forms.gle/Sdb5aCCsHvpGkgGc9 If you cannot access the link above, please contact me at RFanick@swri.org, and I will be happy to help you...
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Anand Kornepati Receives an F30 Fellowship from the National Cancer Institute

Anand Kornepati, a GS2 student in the South Texas Medical Scientist Training program, has received a Ruth L. Kirschstein National Research Service Awards for Individual Predoctoral MD/PhD and Other Dual Doctoral Degree Fellowship (F30) from the National Cancer Institute. The F30...
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WISDOM Invites Women Seminar Speakers To Breakfast Club

The Women in Science, Development, Outreach, Mentoring (WISDOM) student club recently invited Dr. Donna Wilcock, professor at the Sanders-Brown Center on Aging and Department of Physiology at the University of Kentucky to their monthly breakfast club. “We get a lot of female...
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