Everything You Need To Know About the 2019 GSBS Graduation

Dear Graduate School Graduates: Commencement exercises for the Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences will be held Friday, May 17, 2019 at 4:00 p.m. in the UT Health San Antonio’s Holly Auditorium. Please be aware of the following important details for those of you who plan to...
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Voices 2019 Event: 5 Inspirational Stories of Why Future Healthcare Leaders Chose UT Health San Antonio

UT Health San Antonio hosted the annual Voices Event which featured student speakers from all five schools. This year’s speakers included Charles Ratcliff from the School of Health Professions, Natasha Bukunda from the School of Nursing, Tara Barron from the Graduate School...
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Rosalie Aguilar named 2019 GSBS Presidential Ambassador

Rosalie Aguilar has been named the 2019 Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences Presidential Ambassador. Rosalie is a South Texas native and graduate of Texas A&M International University in Laredo, TX. Growing up along the Texas and Mexico border she dreamt of finding a way...
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Pooja Yadav Receives Award For Platform Presentation

Congratulations to one of our IBMS PhD students, Pooja Yadav (Cancer Biology Discipline) for her platform presentation at the recent RNA Institute’s 6th Annual RNA Symposium on “The Language of RNA in Disease and Development” held at University at Albany (State University...
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M.D./Ph.D. Students Match To Residency Programs

Please help us in congratulating our 2019 MD/PhD  graduates. Each of them matched to terrific residency programs at the top of their list. We truly wish them the best of luck in their future careers as Physician-Scientists. The South Texas MSTP had a terrific residency match for...
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Xiaoyu “Jenny” Yang Receives the Horizon Award

Congratulations to Jenny (Xiaoyu) Yang, a 4th year graduate student in the IBMS – Cancer Biology discipline, mentored by Dr. A. Pratap Kumar, who has recently received the Horizon Award from Department of Defense. Here’s a quick Q&A with Jenny. 1) Tell me about yourself, how...
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How to present technical topics to non-techies

“So, what do you do?” It’s one of the first questions people ask when they meet you. For many, a simple response suffices: “I’m a market researcher”, or “I work at Company X,” or “I do corporate accounting” and the conversation moves forward. But for those of us in technical...
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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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