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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Jodie Gray: My experience with the UT System Student Advisory Council

Jodie Gray talks about her role as Chair of the University of Texas System Student Advisory Council for the 2017-2018 year.
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Biomedical Engineering Graduate Students Visit Girls Inc. Eureka!

BMEGS-SA visited a different program of Girls Inc., called the Girls Inc. Eureka! program.
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Student Groups Join March for Science in San Antonio

Student groups SACNAS and WISDOM participated at the March For Science.
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Closing the Gap: Career Training for Scientists Beyond the Bench

The Commercialization Catalysts (Comcats) are a group of students who work with the Office of Technology Commercialization on campus. Catherine Cheng, one of the group's original founders, talks about the genesis of the group.
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