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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Allie Vaiana Receives a Society for Neuroscience Trainee Professional Development Award

Allie Vaiana (Sharp) received a Society for Neuroscience Trainee Professional Development Award. According to the Society of Neuroscience website, the Trainee Professional Development Award recognizes undergraduate and graduate students and postdoctoral fellows who demonstrate...
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Dr. Martin Paukert Quoted in Article About How Alcohol Limits The Ability To Pay Attention

Dr. Martin Paukert, assistant professor in the Department of Cellular and Integrative Physiology was quoted in KSAT.com in a news article about how alcohol limits the ability to pay attention. Read the article, “Researchers in San Antonio discover how alcohol limits the...
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Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences Launches A Science Coloring and Activity Book

The Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences at UT Health San Antonio is proud to announce the creation of our new coloring book, the Pipette Kids Science Coloring and Activity Book. The book is available on Amazon.com for $12.99.   The book will be on sale on Amazon for $9.49 for...
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2021-2022 Fellowships available in the Translational Science Training TL1 Program

Call for Applications! 2021-22 TST TL1 applications are due February 1, 2021 Anticipated Start Date: July 1, 2021 The goal of the Translational Science Training (TST) TL1 Program at UT Health San Antonio is to enhance the quality and scope of the predoctoral and postdoctoral...
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Final Words: 7 Questions with Autism Researcher Danielle Santana Coelho

1) Your name, program, dissertation title. Danielle Santana Coelho, Neuroscience Discipline, Integrated Biomedical Sciences Graduate Program. Investigating the pathophysiology of maternal inflammation-induced autistic-like phenotype:  From rodents to primates. Her mentor was...
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UT Health San Antonio Briscoe Library Extends Weekend Hours

UT Health San Antonio successfully reopened study space, for our students, in the Briscoe Library on September 8, 2020, to accommodate the need for individualized quiet study. We are pleased that our community has honored the safety protocols put in place. Beginning Saturday,...
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America – The land of opportunity or opportunists? The outcry of an international student

You may have heard about the new proposed rule pertaining to changes to the F-1 visa program that may go to effect on Oct. 26 if passed. Here is the link to the information on that topic.  The article below assess this rule through critical eyes of an international student. I am...
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