Dr. James Lechleiter mentioned on MedCityNews

Congratulations to Dr. James Lechleiter, professor in the Department of Cell Systems and Anatomy and the inventor and patent holder on technology licensed to Astrocyte Pharmaceuticals. Astrocyte Pharmaceuticals was mentioned on MedCityNews for completing a Series A funding that...
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Graduation 2021: Ceremony Unites All Five Schools

UT Health San Antonio held its first ever in-person commencement ceremony for graduates across the five schools. The ceremony was held at 10 a.m. on Saturday, May 22nd at the Alamodome. More than 1,000 students — 827 in May and 211 this summer — applied to graduate from the...
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Final Words: Ryan Reyes, South Texas Medical Scientist Training Program, Molecular Immunology and Microbiology Discipline)

Your name, program, dissertation title. Ryan Reyes, South Texas Medical Scientist Training Program (M.D./Ph.D.), Integrated Biomedical Sciences Ph.D. (Molecular Immunology and Microbiology Discipline), Microenvironment-specific immunity alters anti-programmed death ligand 1 and...
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South Texas Medical Scientist Training Program Students Match To Residency Programs

“I’m so proud of my students,” said Dr. Jose Cavazos, professor and assistant dean for the South Texas Medical Scientist Training Program. “They are finding exciting opportunities that fit their families and are able to continue growing as physician-scientists.” Jacob is...
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Svatek Lab Publishes In Journal for Immunotherapy of Cancer

Dr. Robert Svatek and his laboratory have a new publication in the Journal for Immunology of Cancer. Ji N, Mukherjee N, Reyes RM, Gelfond J, Javors M, Meeks JJ, McKonkey D, Shu Z-J, Ramamurthy C, Dennet R, Curiel TJ, Svatek RS. Rapamycin enhances BCG-specific γδ T cells during...
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Dr. Evelien Bunnik Featured in San Antonio Magazine About Her Research On COVID-19

Evelien Bunnik, Ph.D., assistant professor in the Department of Microbiology, Immunology and Molecular Genetics at UT Health San Antonio, was interviewed by the San Antonio Magazine about her work researching COVID-19. Bunnik shifted her focus in April, working with an infectious...
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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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MSTP student Ryan Reyes Gets Two First Author Papers Accepted In Excellent Journals On The Same Day

Ryan Reyes, a fourth-year graduate student (6th year MSTP student) in the lab of Tyler Curiel, M.D. MPH, just had two first author papers accepted in excellent journals on the same day. The Curiel lab studies cancer immunotherapy and has expertise in using mouse models for...
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