In Press: The Latest Journal Publications From Students (Spring 2019)

83 students had citations in academic journals this spring semester, 50 were first author publications and 34 were second author publications! Our students published in journals such as Aging Cell, Cell Reports, Psychopharmacology, PLOS One, Issues Ment Health Nurs, and Methods...
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Jason Hadley: Aging Research Is A Growing Field

If you asked Jason Hadley why he wanted to be an aging researcher, he would respond that aging is the key to stopping other diseases. “Aging is not this inevitable process, it’s like any other disease that has a program and you can alter that program,” he said. “It also has a lot...
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Candidacy Ceremony & Convocation 2019: Finding a Legacy

The Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences at UT Health San Antonio was pleased to invite our very own alumnus Leland Page, Ph.D., to deliver the candidacy ceremony address. Dr. Page received his Ph.D. from our Radiological Sciences program– Medical Physics track in 2012....
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GSBS Admissions Comes To You: Sept/Oct/Nov Schedule

Hello Prospective Students, We will be traveling around the country meeting you! Here is our schedule for September, October, and November. If you can’t meet us at the dates below, be sure to email us your questions at gsbs@uthscsa.edu. September September 5 – College...
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President Henrich: A stellar research report

The full FY19 3rd quarter institutional research data report is available. Some highlights include: that clinical trial revenue is up by 10%;  DOD and CPRIT awards are increased by 15% and 17%; the number of peer-reviewed NIH submissions grew by 14% across the institution, with a...
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Final Words: Catherine Cheng and Biology of Aging

Your name, program, dissertation title. Catherine Cheng, Integrated Biomedical Sciences. “Sex differences in longevity and lifespan-extending drug efficacy in genetically heterogeneous mice: Age-specific effects and gonadal contributions.” Please tell me about yourself, why did...
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Alumni Spotlight: Dr. Sealy Hambright, Scientist at the Center for Regenerative Sports Medicine at the Steadman Clinic

Dr. Sealy Hambright graduated from UT Health San Antonio in 2017 from the Biology of Aging track. He currently works as a Scientist at the Center for Regenerative Sports Medicine at the Steadman Clinic, part of the Steadman Philippon Research Institute. When did you first become...
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Catherine Cheng Publishes First Author Paper in Aging Cell

Catherine Cheng, a student in the Biology of Aging track of the Integrated Multidisciplinary Graduate Program, now called Integrated Biomedical Sciences program, has just published her first author paper online in Aging Cell. The title of the paper is “Genetically heterogeneous...
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