NIH Renews South Texas Doctoral Bridge Program At Texas State

The National Institutes of Health (NIH) has announced competitive renewal of the South Texas Doctoral Bridge program for another five years. The $1.5 million grant award is a partnership between Texas State University and University of Texas Health San Antonio. The South Texas...
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New therapies unveiled at San Antonio breast cancer conference

More than 7,000 physicians and researchers from around the world will converge on the Henry B. Gonzalez Convention Center Dec. 4-8 to attend the San Antonio Breast Cancer Symposium (SABCS). Founded, owned and operated by UT Health San Antonio, SABCS began in 1977 as a one-day...
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Study: San Antonio’s health and bioscience industry generates $40.2 billion for local economy

San Antonio’s health care and bioscience industry accounted for $40.2 billion in sales of products and services and employed more than 1 in 6 of the metro area’s workers in 2017, according to a study released Tuesday by the San Antonio Chamber of Commerce....
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Rivard Report: Bioscience leaders hone strategy to put San Antonio on the research map

Four leaders of San Antonio’s major research institutions – Dr. Larry Schlesinger at Texas Biomedical Research Institute, Taylor Eighmy at UTSA, Dr. William Henrich at UT Health San Antonio, and Adam Hamilton at Southwest Research Institute (SwRI) – have teamed up to develop a...
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Dr. Daniel Lodge and Dr. Jennifer Donegan on KENS5 discussing schizophrenia

UT Health San Antonio pharmacology researchers Dr. Daniel Lodge and Dr. Jennifer Donegan discuss schizophrenia symptoms and stigma, along with research to understand the mental disorder. UT Health San Antonio is hosting a free public symposium about schizophrenia on Friday, Nov....
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Stressed-Out People May Have Smaller Brains, Study Says

Dr. Sudha Seshadri, a professor of neurology at UT Health San Antonio was quoted in the TIME​ magazine, “Stressed-Out People May Have Smaller Brains, Study Says.” The new study found that middle-aged adults with the highest levels of cortisol had lower brain volume...
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San Antonio Program Boosts Number Of Latino Students Seeking Ph.D.s In Cancer Research

Translational Science Ph.D. student Rosalie Aguilar was featured on Texas Public Radio for her affiliation with the Éxito! Latino Cancer Research Leadership Training program. Éxito! Latino Cancer Research Leadership Training is a program of the Institute for Health Promotion...
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Air Force MSgt and Biology of Aging Student Michael Guderyon Featured in the News

From the flight line to the laboratory, this airman serves his country in fatigues and a lab coat.
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