Dealing with Grief During Grad School (and a Pandemic)

It’s no secret that grad school is often associated with unparalleled amounts of stress. From failed experiments, lack of a “work-life balance,” or professors that go missing in action when students are waiting for edits on manuscripts or thesis papers, the ins and outs of...
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What you need to know about Gold’s Gym Medical Center Reopening

MEMO FROM ANDREA MARKS (See Original Post) While gyms were authorized by the Texas Governor’s Office to open in May, UT Health San Antonio delayed the reopening of Gold’s Gym, located on our campus, until the positive diagnosis rate of COVID-19 declined to 5% or less. We also...
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October 15 will be the final AAAS Science & Technology Policy Fellowships Live Chat of 2020

Mark your calendars: October 15 will be the final AAAS Science & Technology Policy Fellowships Live Chat of 2020. The theme is “Ask a Fellow Anything!” Hear directly from fellows and fellowship staff to learn about the impact policy fellows have been making for...
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Free Community Engagement Symposium on November 7

The Institute for Integration of Medicine and Science – Community Engagement is hosting its annual free Community Engagement Symposium on November 7, 2020.  The CE Symposium is for community members, investigators, practitioners, and students to learn more about community...
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Jennifer Ballesteros Receives the 2020 Debbie Canales Yrle Distinguished Service Award

Jennifer Ballesteros, a member of the Department of Biochemistry and Structural Biology Administrative Team, has been named as the recipient for the 2020 Debbie Canales Yrle Distinguished Service Award. The award is based on her outstanding performance and willingness to go above...
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Career Exploration Talk: Dr. Genevieve Croft, Science Policy

  The Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences hosted Dr. Genevieve Croft in Aug. 2020 for a career development talk on science policy. Dr. Croft is a policy analyst at the Congressional Research Service. She is a former AAAS Fellow and a Mirzayan Fellow. She has a Ph.D. in Biology...
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Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences Hosts Virtual Candidacy Ceremony

Over 300 people tuned in for the Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences at UT Health San Antonio’s first ever virtual candidacy ceremony on Aug. 21 which celebrated the achievements of graduate students who have passed their qualifying exam. The graduate scho...
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Justin Moroney Featured on SA People Project

Justin Moroney, fourth-year Ph.D. candidate in Dr. Paolo Casali’s lab in the Molecular Immunology & Microbiology discipline of the Integrated Biomedical Sciences program here at UT Health San Antonio was featured on SA People Project. He serves as the program director of...
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