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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Gary Taubes at The Annual History of Medicine Dinner

The 48thannual Friends of the P.I. Nixon Medical Historical Library’s History of Medicine Dinner featuring award-winning journalist and author, Gary Taubes was a huge success! 2018 marked a very special milestone for the history of San Antonio and the Health Science Center....
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GSBS: Spooky Halloween Social 2018

  No tricks, just treats! The Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences hosted the annual Halloween Social event on Oct. 24 to brought out the fun and spooky spirit in the graduate students. The event consisted of costume contest where students dressed up as Dorothy from Wizard...
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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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Why Is It So Hard For Us To Achieve Diversity?

Dr. Lydia Villa-Komaroff spoke to a handful of students and faculty at UT Health San Antonio on Oct. 9 about the cognitive processes that interfere with achieving diversity. Dr. Villa-Komaroff is one of the founding members of SACNAS, the Society for Advancement of...
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Meghan Monney: Winner of the Jonas Scholar Award

Nursing Science Ph.D. student Meghan Monney has been selected from a pool of nursing students throughout the United States to receive the prestigious Jonas Scholarship. According to the National League for Nursing website, the Jonas Scholarship promotes “evidence-based nursing...
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Dr. Tim Raabe Joins UT Health San Antonio as the Associate Dean of Academic Affairs

Dr. Tim Raabe will be joining the Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences at UT Health San Antonio as the Associate Dean of Academic Affairs. “I am eager and excited to take on the role of Associate Dean of Academic Affairs in GSBS and I look forward to working with everyone to...
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UT System Scientist Wins Nobel Prize

Dr. Jim Allison, winner of the Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine, is connected to two UT institutions. He earned two degrees from UT Austin and is now the chair of immunology at MD Anderson Cancer Center. Allison was awarded the prize along with Dr. Tasuku Honjo of Japan for...
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