In Press: New Paper Discusses the Inconsistencies Found Across the Literature Regarding Mental Health Outcomes of African American Caregivers

Nursing Science Ph.D. student Shanae Rhodes has published a first-author paper entitled “Physical and Psychological Health of African American Women Caregivers: Unmasking the Paradox” in Issues in Mental Health Nursing. “This specific paper discusses the inconsistencies found...
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Ashlie Glassner First-Author Paper Focuses On Stigma By Engaging Persons Living With Dementia In Research

Ashlie Glassner, a student in the Nursing Science Ph.D. program, published a first author paper entitled “Fighting Stigma by Engaging Persons Living with Dementia in Research” in Issues in Mental Health Nursing about how the stigma around dementia has affected the level of...
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Shawn Flynn Has A New Publication In Drug and Alcohol Dependence

Shawn Flynn, a student in the Physiology and Pharmacology discipline of the Integrated Biomedical Sciences Ph.D. program has just published a first-author paper in Drug and Alcohol Dependence. The paper, “Discriminative stimulus effects of carfentanil in rats discriminating...
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Hannah Elam Publishes Her First Scientific Publication!

Hannah Elam just published her first-author paper in Translational Psychiatry entitled “Orexin receptor antagonists reverse aberrant dopamine neuron activity and related behaviors in a rodent model of stress-induced psychosis.” Elam is a student in the Ph.D. in...
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MSTP student Ryan Reyes Gets Two First Author Papers Accepted In Excellent Journals On The Same Day

Ryan Reyes, a fourth-year graduate student (6th year MSTP student) in the lab of Tyler Curiel, M.D. MPH, just had two first author papers accepted in excellent journals on the same day. The Curiel lab studies cancer immunotherapy and has expertise in using mouse models for...
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In Press: Justin Moroney Publishes 1st author article in Nature Communications

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 at UT Health San Antonio has published a first author article in Nature Communications. The paper is...
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In Press: Trevi Mancilla First Author Publication in PLOS One About The Significance Of Non-Cardiomyocyte Cells

Trevi Mancilla, a student in the South Texas Medical Scientist Training Program, has published a first-author publication in PLOS ONE. The title is “Doxorubicin-induced p53 interferes with mitophagy in cardiac fibroblasts.” Her mentor is Dr. Greg Aune. We interviewed...
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In Press: Dr. Eithan Kotkowski Publishes First Author Paper on Creutzfeldt-Jakob Disease

During his rotation through the neurology intensive care unit last year during his third year of medical school, Eithan Kotkowski, Ph.D. and his fellow medical school classmates helped oversee the care of a patient with a case of rapidly-progressive sporadic Creutzfeldt-Jakob...
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