Graduate Students Visit LEGOLAND Discovery Center

Over 80 graduate students attended the August Graduate School Social at LEGOLAND DISCOVERY Center San Antonio. During the visit, students were able to ride on Kingdom Quest where they were able to compete with each other to try to save the princess who was captured. They also...
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Alex McCoy: We Need To Create Better Antidepressants

Neuroscience student Alex McCoy is passionate about creating better antidepressants and also raising awareness about mental illnesses. “Depression and psychiatric disorders are physical illnesses, it’s well-documented that there are physical changes to the brain that happen with...
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Aleeza Stephens: I’ve Seen How Brain Damage Can Affect Personality

Aleeza Stephens was a sophomore in high school when her cousin had a football injury. He was diagnosed with a traumatic brain injury affecting his frontal lobe. “He’s ok now but it definitely affected his personality,” explained Stephens, a student in the Neuroscience discipline...
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Dr. Charles France gives insight onto new street drug, Krokodil

UT Health San Antonio professor Charles France, Ph.D. was interviewed on KSAT News regarding the new street drug, Krokodil which is making its way around the streets of the Alamo City. The drug, made with codeine and toxic household chemicals, such as lighter fluid, matches...
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Collaborative Perspectives on Addiction Event on Oct 28

Collaborative Perspectives on Addiction is a data social event with brief presentations and general discussion regarding various aspects on addiction. The next event, Novel perspectives on potential pitfalls of opioid therapy for pain management, will be Monday 28 October from...
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AAPM 2019’s MedPhys Slam Encourages Science Communication

The 61st American Association of Physicists in Medicine Annual Meeting and Exhibition was held on July 14-18 in San Antonio, Texas, home of the world-famous River Walk. The meeting program for this year offered scientific, educational and professional symposia, courses and...
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GSBS Alumnus Named As New Director for the Achieving in Research, Math and Science Center at New Mexico Highlands University

Dr. Kelly Trujillo is the new director for the Achieving in Research, Math and Science Center (ARMAS) at New Mexico Highlands University. The nationally acclaimed ARMAS Center provides comprehensive science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) support services to...
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Dr. Puga takes part in NIA scholars program

Frank Puga, Ph.D. Frank Puga, Ph.D., assistant professor/research in the School of Nursing, recently participated in the National Institute on Aging (NIA) Butler-Williams Scholars Program in Bethesda, Maryland. Scholars in the program met with emerging researchers in aging...
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