Ashlie Glassner First-Author Paper Focuses On Stigma By Engaging Persons Living With Dementia In Research

Ashlie Glassner, a student in the Nursing Science Ph.D. program, published a first author paper entitled “Fighting Stigma by Engaging Persons Living with Dementia in Research” in Issues in Mental Health Nursing about how the stigma around dementia has affected the level of...
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Dr. Grace Lee Receives American Pharmacists Association Immunization Champion Award (Honorable Mention)

GSBS alumna Grace Lee, Pharm.D., Ph.D. was recognized as “Honorable Mention” for this year’s Immunization Champion Award from the American Pharmacists Association Foundation. Dr. Lee graduated in 2016 from the Translational Science Ph.D. Program. She currently...
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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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Lauren Cornell Featured on “12 Under 12” Spotlight on Aggie Network

Lauren Cornell was featured on the “12 Under 12” Spotlight on the Aggie Network. Lauren graduated from Texas A&M University with a Bachelor of Science degree in Genetics in 2009. While she was a student there, she was active in Project Sunshine, OPAS, and Aggie Women in...
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Meet The Researcher: Bassma Brnawi Researches Pediatric Nurses’ Knowledge And Attitudes About Identifying And Reporting Cases Of Child Abuse And Neglect In The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia (KSA)

Tell me about yourself, what year are you, what program/discipline? Who is your mentor? My name is Bassma Brnawi. Currently, I am a Nursing Science Ph.D. student. I am from Saudi Arabia. I obtained my bachelor’s degree in nursing in 2010. After graduating, I worked in pediatric...
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My COVID-19 Vaccination Story

My name is Mahmoud Amr, and I am a 4th year Biomedical Engineering Ph.D. Candidate in the joint program between UTSA and UT Health San Antonio. Since the pandemic started and throughout 2020, I kept on doing my part, wearing a mask, washing my hands all the time, and maintaining...
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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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Meet The Researcher: Maria Prado Works on Osteoporosis Research

Maria Prado is a second-year Ph.D. student in the University of Texas San Antonio (UTSA) and UT Health San Antonio Joint Graduate Program in Biomedical Engineering. She works in Dr. Hugo Giambini’s Musculoskeletal & Orthopedic Biomechanics Laboratory where she is...
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