How to Build High Performing Teams with a Culture of Integrity

The NIH definition of research integrity includes the use of honest and verifiable research methods, following rules and regulations in reporting of results, and adherence to accepted professional codes.  Research misconduct is defined by PHS as “fabrication, falsification, or...
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Air Force MSgt and Biology of Aging Student Michael Guderyon Featured in the News

From the flight line to the laboratory, this airman serves his country in fatigues and a lab coat.
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Sergio Cepeda and Dr. Ann Griffith Awarded Howard Hughes Medical Institute Gilliam Fellowship

Fourth year graduate student Sergio Cepeda and his mentor Dr. Ann Griffith, Assistant Professor in the Microbiology, Immunology, and Molecular Genetics department are the recipients of the prestigious 2018 Gilliam Fellowship for Advanced Study from the Howard Hughes Medical...
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Valentina Garbarino Receives the 2018 Armand J. Guarino Award for Academic Excellence

Congratulations to former Physiology & Pharmacology (P&P) graduate student Valentina Garbarino, Ph.D., on receiving the 2018 Armand J. Guarino Award for Academic Excellence in Doctoral Studies.
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The Certificate in Cancer Prevention Program is now accepting applications

Want to further your knowledge in cancer prevention? The Certificate in Cancer Prevention Program is now accepting applications.
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University of Texas System Selects Sole Finalist for Chancellor

The University of Texas System Board of Regents has selected James B. Milliken as the sole finalist for the position of UT System chancellor.
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UT Health San Antonio on the List of Schools With Best Job Prospects

Ten years after graduation, 92.82 percent of UT Health San Antonio alumni had jobs.
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Pancreatic Cancer From Mouse To Man: Medicine’s Next Big Thing?

Dr. Bruno Doiron was highlighted in Ivanhoe News for his work with pancreatic cancer.
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