The life of an educator, as told by two Graduate School Alumni and Career Advisory Council members

Drs. LaGrange and Stout both graduated from our Health Science Center, LaGrange from the Department of Physiology (Dr. Vernon S. Bishop) and Stout from Pharmacology, laboratory of Dr. Bill Clarke, and are now touching the lives of students through their teaching. It is because...
Read More →

Three questions for Dr. Kimberly Ray

Dr. Kimberly Ray just defended her dissertation in Radiological Sciences where she studied network activity in the brain when at rest. We asked Dr. Ray three questions, one about her science, one about the next step in her career, and one about advice for fellow students.
Read More →

It’s All About The Pubs!

Are you interested in becoming a Principal Investigator? Do you want to know your chances of success? A recent study has developed a model that can predict the likelihood you will become a PI. Dare to give it a try?
Read More →

SACNAS Chapter: Building a Community

Often in science, we ask, "What is a gap that needs to be addressed, and how can I fill it once I recognize it?" One enterprising UTHSCSA graduate student did just that when she realized that there were no Hispanic student organizations that encompassed all the UTHSCSA programs.
Read More →

Congrats to our Alumni: Shu Lin, Monica Mann, Rasika Vartak

The best reward for our university faculty and staff is watching the success of our graduates. Congrats to these individuals!
Read More →

Dr. Doug Frantz: From Academia to Industry and Back Again. . .

Currently Dr. Doug Frantz is a faculty member at UTSA but his journey has not been traditional. Dr. Frantz cultivated his research talents as a graduate student at Texas A&M followed by a post doctoral fellowship in Zurich, Switzerland. He then transitioned into a highly...
Read More →

An exciting new method to induce pluripotent stem cells..NOT!

Fierce competition can sometimes promote sloppy, and even fabricated results. Such is the case in the field of stem cells, which has just been associated with the retraction of two "hot" papers in Nature.
Read More →

Who Is Training Our Future Biomedical Scientists?

Walking the grounds at the UT Health Science Center this summer are 63 high school students from school districts across San Antonio and the surrounding area from the Voelcker Biomedical Research Academy. The three year Voelcker Academy, now in its' 6th year and funded by the Max...
Read More →
Secured By miniOrange