Get To Know Our GSBS Liaison Librarian: Jeff Lacy

Tell me about your role at UT Health San Antonio. What do you do as a liaison librarian? I’m the primary contact for anything library-related for the faculty, students, and staff of the Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences and the School of Dentistry. In general, I assist with...
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Alumna Quoted in her Work to Address COVID-19

Alumna Rachele Berria, M.D., Ph.D., was quoted in an article by Markets Insider for her company’s work to address COVID-19. Berria is currently the Vice President, U.S. Medical, Biopharmaceuticals of AstraZeneca. Read the full article “Vidscrip Announces...
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GSBS Launches Buddy Connections

GSBS Students, We understand that isolation during the COVID–19 outbreak has become a major concern as more and more people are staying in their homes. During these times, it is important that we all come together to support each other. To this end, the Graduate School of...
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Local conference organized by alumnus shares expertise about point-of-care ultrasound to physicians

Dr. Nilam Soni, alumnus of the M.S. in Clinical Investigation & Translational Science program, and professor of medicine at UT Health San Antonio helped organize the 10th annual Point-of-care Ultrasound Workshop held Feb. 14 to 15 in downtown San Antonio. Dr. Soni, is also...
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Innovation Impact Video: UT Health San Antonio and Research Partners Lead the Way

UT Health San Antonio is committed to training tomorrow’s talent, who are relentlessly pursuing discoveries that translate into life-changing, life-saving technologies. Critical to these breakthroughs are our 8 state of the art core lab facilities that create the pathway for...
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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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Faculty Spotlight: Dr. Martin Schwacha, A Musician and a Scientist

Classical music on the radio. The smell of turpentine and cigar smoke. These were some of Dr. Martin Schwacha’s memories of childhood. Dr. Schwacha grew up in a family that had a fondness for the arts. His father played the violin and was an accomplished artist who painted large...
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M.S. in Clinical Investigation and Translational Science (Class of 2016) graduate Dina Tom was featured for her work as a pediatrician

M.S. in Clinical Investigation and Translational Science (Class of 2016) graduate Dina Tom was featured for her work as a pediatrician. See the article, “Graduate with Heart for Service Dedicated to Students, Patients.”  
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