Catherine Cheng Publishes First Author Paper in Aging Cell

Catherine Cheng, a student in the Biology of Aging track of the Integrated Multidisciplinary Graduate Program, now called Integrated Biomedical Sciences program, has just published her first author paper online in Aging Cell. The title of the paper is “Genetically heterogeneous...
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Briscoe Library sponsoring student contests

Submissions are now being judged for the 2019 P.I. Nixon Danny Jones History of the Health Sciences Essay Award. The winner will be announced by March 1. Watch for an opportunity to hear a presentation by our winner later in the spring. Also, the next Image of Research (IoR)...
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UT Health Voices Student Event on April 4

Students will enjoy a free dinner, play a round of networking bingo, and listen to student speakers from each of the five schools. RSVP: www.tinyurl.com/utvoices2019 Student Speakers Charles Ratcliff – School of Health Professions Michael Bounajem- School of Medicine Daniel...
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GSBS Mentor Appreciation Luncheon on April 23

In an effort to recognize outstanding mentorship amongst our faculty, the Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences would like to formally invite mentors and mentees to a special luncheon on Tuesday, April 23rd from 12:00pm-1:00pm in the Holly Foyer. RSVP Now Are you a student who...
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Reminder: Apply For The Spring 2019 Travel Award

Reminder: The Graduate School is accepting applications for the Spring 2019 Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences (GSBS) Travel Award. Awardees will receive $1,500 to help defray travel expenses to a scientific conference. Criteria for the award are outlined on the scholarship...
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The Scientist Mentoring & Diversity Program- From Grad School to Industry

I am honored to be one of the first graduate alumni from UT Health San Antonio School of Biomedical Sciences to have been selected in the Scientist Mentoring & Diversity Program (SMDP) as a MedTech Scholar. I first heard about this program from Dr. Teresa Evans, who shared...
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Graduate Student International Club Hosts Potluck

On a chilly Monday evening with temperatures in single digits, the graduate student international club (GSIC) hosted their second event called the International Potluck since the group’s conception. The event was attended by over 20 people from the graduate school and saw...
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Four Graduate Students Win Briscoe Library’s Image of Research Photography Competition

Four graduate students have won prizes in the Briscoe Library’s Image of Research competition. The awards are sponsored by the Office of the Vice President for Research and Academic Faculty, and Student Affairs. According to the website, “The Image of Research...
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