Nursing Science Ph.D. Program To Host Virtual Information Series

The Nursing Science Ph.D. program will be holding four informational sessions. Schedule for Virtual Information Sessions Date Agenda and Specific topics Events Nov 3 2021, 6 PM-7 PM Add to Calendar What is The Nursing Science Ph.D.? What is The Difference between a Doctor of...
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P&P Graduate Student, Samantha Yee, named the Pharmacology Department Graduate Student of the Year

Samantha Yee, 5th year PhD student in the laboratory of Dr. April Risinger, was awarded the Matthew P. Rowan Student of the Year Award on October 13th, 2021. The award is named after one of our students that was tragically taken from us a few years ago and presented yearly to a...
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TS PhD graduate Lauren Cornell was selected by NASA to participate in a simulated Mars study

Translational Science Ph.D. graduate Lauren Cornell was selected by NASA to participate in a simulated Mars study. Beginning Oct. 1, 2021, four people will live and work for 45 days inside a unique, ground-based habitat at NASA’s Johnson Space Center in Houston. Designed to serve...
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Afghan Refugee Winter Clothing Drive

The Gold Humanism Honor Society and Center for Medical Humanities and Ethics is sponsoring a winter clothing drive for Afghan refugees from October 1st through November 1st. 
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Announcement: Dr. Jessica Nute Serves as Interim Associate Dean of Student Affairs

It is my privilege to announce that Dr. Jessica Nute, Assistant Professor in the Department of Radiology, will be serving as the interim Associate Dean of Student Affairs effective October 18th.  Dr. Nute carried out her undergraduate work at UVA in Charlottesville with degrees...
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Dr. Michael Liss study shows MRI technique improves detection of aggressive prostate cancer

Dr. Michael Liss specializes in cancer of the genitourinary system including kidney cancer and prostate cancer. The study, “Restriction Spectrum Imaging-Magnetic Resonance Imaging to Improve Prostate Cancer Imaging in Men on Active Surveillance,” was published in July in The...
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Fight Club Promotes Space To Discuss Controversial Topics In Science, Medicine, and Politics

Dear Graduate Students, As you may have experienced, current medical and graduate education do not provide sufficient space for students to engage in important, difficult conversations over science and policies. To address this need, we have partnered with the Center for Medical...
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San-Antonio Express News features Dr. Seshadri’s work transforming Alzheimer’s care and seeking cures 

San-Antonio Express News features Dr. Seshadri’s work transforming Alzheimer’s care and seeking cures  Sudha Seshadri, MD, professor of neurology and the founding director of the Glenn Biggs Institute for Alzheimer’s and Neurodegenerative Diseases, has a superb reputation...
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