Campus Wide Committees – Call for Interest (Due by Nov 12)

Students, UT Health San Antonio has campus wide committees that serve as advisory boards to support campus wide departments and tackle campus wide concerns/issues. Committee membership often consists of administrators, faculty, and staff.  However, the student voice is also...
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Delaying Tuberculosis Control in Bangladesh

Tuberculosis (TB) is a major public health problem in Bangladesh. Although a comprehensive expansion of TB control strategies is being implemented in Bangladesh and logistical challenges exist, there is significant uncertainty concerning the disease burden. As one of...
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Meet The Researcher: Stephanie Nordmeyer Explains How A Book Led Her To Change Her Career

They say a great book can change your life. This was the case with Stephanie Nordmeyer, a current student in the Molecular Immunology & Microbiology discipline of the Integrated Biomedical Sciences PhD program. “During my freshman year at Texas State University, I read...
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Spring 2022 GSBS Travel Awards

The Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences (GSBS) is now accepting applications for the Spring 2022 GSBS Travel Awards. This year, the committee will entertain applications for in-person as well as virtual conferences. Awardees will receive up to $1,500 to help defray expenses...
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Science Judges Needed on December 4th, 2021

The John Jay Science & Engineering Academy (SEA) and Young Women’s Leadership Academy need volunteers for science judges. Both events will be on the same day (December 4, 2021) and at the same time.  John Jay Science & Engineering Academy (SEA) will hold their fair...
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Meet The Researcher: Aiola Stoja and her love for dogs, hiking and cancer research

While Aiola Stoja Payne was volunteering as an emergency medicine technician (EMT), she learned about new substance that was just being implemented in emergency medicine. She was taught that this substance was a powder that you put directly on the wound site and was more helpful...
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SGA Menstrual Hygiene Initiative Leads To The Addition of Menstrual Hygiene Product Dispensers On Campus

The UT Health San Antonio Student Government Association, comprising of student representatives from each of the five professional schools, is proud and delighted to inform that our campus offers menstrual hygiene products at no cost to students and other members of our...
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Interprofessional Education Report Now In Press

The paper, “A co-curricular interprofessional education activity to facilitate socialization and meaningful student engagement,” is now in press in the journal Currents in Pharmacy Teaching and Learning. The authors are Dr. Rebecca Moote, Charlotte Anthony, Dr. Lark...
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