KENS 5: A new promise in the fight against prostate cancer

Research underway at UT Health San Antonio could prevent the progression of aggressive prostate cancer. Pratap Kumar, Ph.D., and Darpan Patel, Ph.D., were interviewed about their study comparing exercise to a cork tree bark extract. They found that both interventions work nearly...
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Kens5: Why clinical trials about cancer are so important in San Antonio

Dr. Amelie Ramirez, the Chair of Population and Health Sciences and Associate Director for Community Outreach and Engagement for the Mays Cancer Center within UT Health San Antonio spoke to Kens5 for the article “Why clinical trials about cancer are so important in San...
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In The News: UT Health San Antonio Professors Speak to Texas Public Radio About Alzheimer’s Disease And Latinos

Texas Public Radio posted the audio featuring UT Health San Antonio’s very own Dr. Sudha Seshadri and Dr. Bess Frost!
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San Antonio researchers receive $200,000 grant to solve common cause of hospital death

Over the next two years, a seven-person team led by principal researcher Dr. Madesh Muniswamy will study the cause, prevention and treatment of multiple organ failure resulting from sepsis. Each year, at least 1.7 million Americans are diagnosed with sepsis, an infection that...
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Texas Expected To Face 71K+ Nursing Shortage By 2030

Texas is facing a major shortage of nurses, Cynthia O’Neal, Ph.D., RN, and Sara Gill, Ph.D., RN, IBCLC, FAAN, faculty in our Nursing Science Ph.D. program spoke with Texas Public Radio about the issue. To see the full program, click here.
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UT Health San Antonio Brain Health Symposium on Mood Disorders Mentioned on TPR

The UT Health San Antonio Brain Health Symposium on Mood Disorders was mentioned by Texas Public Radio in the recent article, “Researchers Hope To Develop An Antidepressant That Works As Well As Ketamine.”
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Professor and Alum Dr. Jannine Cody Featured in San Antonio Woman Magazine

Jannine Cody, Ph.D. (Class of 1997), was featured in San Antonio Woman’s magazine for her work with chromosomal 18 abnormalities. Dr. Cody graduated from the Cellular and Structural Biology Ph.D. program in 1997 and is currently the a Professor of Pediatrics at The...
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UT Health gets a $306,000 grant to study Ewing sarcoma

Dr. David Libich was quoted in an article by Kens 5 for his work on Ewing sarcoma. September is Childhood Cancer Awareness Month. One of those cancers, Ewing sarcoma, is the second most common type of bone cancer in children with only 200 diagnosed each year in the U.S. Thanks to...
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