GSBS: Spooky Halloween Social 2018

  No tricks, just treats! The Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences hosted the annual Halloween Social event on Oct. 24 to brought out the fun and spooky spirit in the graduate students. The event consisted of costume contest where students dressed up as Dorothy from Wizard...
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F99/K00 Informational Webinar

NCI calls your attention to RFA-CA-19-002 The NCI Predoctoral to Postdoctoral Fellow Transition Award (F99/K00), which has just been published.  An Informational Webinar is scheduled for Tuesday, November 5th from 1 – 3 pm EST, for institutional grant managers, heads of graduate...
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Briscoe Library’s Student Appreciation Week

Briscoe Library’s 2nd Annual Student Appreciation Week will be taking place October 29th through November 2nd! Head over to the library each day from 11:30 am to 1:30 pm to participate in fun activities and enjoy some food, prizes, and other giveaways. 1) Monday October 29:...
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Get ready for Spirit Week 2018!

At UT Health San Antonio, a team of faculty, staff, students and residents inspires each other, supports each other and creates new possibilities for the future. We’re dedicating a week to celebrate the accomplishments we have made to transform education, research and patient...
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Dr. Chiquita Collins Visits Topic in Translational Science Class

Student Gabriel Catano writes about guest speaker Dr. Chiquita Collins‘ visit to the “Topics in Translational Science” class. Introduction to Dr Chiquita Collins: Dr. Collins was appointed in September 2017 as the Inaugural Chief Diversity Officer, Vice-Dean for...
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UT Health San Antonio’s SACNAS Chapter Participates in Seminar at Texas Lutheran University

The UT Health San Antonio SACNAS Chapter spoke on Sept. 7  at Texas Lutheran University (TLU), as part of the university’s seminar series. The seminar was intended to inform students about the various careers in biomedical research, introduce them to SACNAS and its mission...
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UT System Scientist Wins Nobel Prize

Dr. Jim Allison, winner of the Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine, is connected to two UT institutions. He earned two degrees from UT Austin and is now the chair of immunology at MD Anderson Cancer Center. Allison was awarded the prize along with Dr. Tasuku Honjo of Japan for...
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Learning from Leaders: Role Models for Women in the Life Sciences

Catherine Cheng writes about role models from the Life Science Women's Conference 2018.
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