GSBS Buddy Connections: Connecting with others during COVID-19

As a resource for the GSBS students during COVID-19, the GSBS has recently created the GSBS Buddy Connections. It is a program that facilitates networking for students from all of the different programs in the GSBS and assists to provide the support needed during these difficult...
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The Qualifying Exam: A Rite of Passage

As a typical second year Ph.D. student, I took my qualifying exam (QE) this year. However, it wasn’t a typical exam due to the coronavirus outbreak. The exam generally happens in a conference room in the physical presence of your committee members but students this year get to be...
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HR offering Pre-recorded Webinars and Community Roundtable during the COVID-19 pandemic

YOU are our Focus: UT Health San Antonio Community of Care Forum and Roundtable During this time of unprecedented uncertainty and change, we understand that you may be struggling to balance work and self-care while managing stress levels. You do not have to do it alone. To help...
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2020 Match Day Results Are In!

Please help us in congratulating our 2020 graduates in the South Texas Medical Scientist Training Program and their Match Day results: Jeffrey Cooney, M.D., Ph.D. – Radiation Oncology – New York University Kathryn Hinchee Rodriguez, M.D., Ph.D. – Dermatology – University of...
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A Graduate Student’s Perspective on SARS-CoV-2 Research and the COVID-19 Pandemic

As a UT Health San Antonio Ph.D. candidate, I am performing my dissertation research in Dr. Luis Giavedoni’s lab at Texas Biomedical Research Institute (Texas Biomed). While our lab typically studies the innate and adaptive immune responses to retroviral infections in nonhuman...
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An Important Message Regarding Commencement Ceremonies

Dear UT Health San Antonio community: It is with the health and welfare of our entire university community in mind that we must cancel our in-person commencement ceremonies scheduled for May. I know that this is deeply disappointing for all of us, especially for our students,...
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Eric Baeuerle’s Research Project Selected For Oral Presentation at American Diabetes Association’s Meeting

Eric Baeuerle’s abstract has been selected for an oral presentation at the American Diabetes Association 80th  Scientific Sessions in June. Baeuerle is a GS-4 student in the South Texas Medical Scientist Training Program and is currently working in the lab of Nicolas Musi, M.D...
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Let Us Know How Your Online Classes Are Going

Students in lecture-based courses received a survey on Wednesday, March 18. Thank you to all who have already completed it. If you have not completed the survey, we ask that you do so, as your feedback is invaluable at this time. Surveys were emailed to your student account. If...
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