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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AAPM 2019’s MedPhys Slam Encourages Science Communication

The 61st American Association of Physicists in Medicine Annual Meeting and Exhibition was held on July 14-18 in San Antonio, Texas, home of the world-famous River Walk. The meeting program for this year offered scientific, educational and professional symposia, courses and...
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Dr. Eithan Kotkowski Receives the 2019 Armand J. Guarino Award for Academic Excellence

Congratulations to Eithan Kotkowski, Ph.D., who is in the South Texas Medical Scientist Training program, on receiving the 2019 Armand J. Guarino Award for Academic Excellence in Doctoral Studies. The award, named after the founding Dean of the Graduate School of Biomedical...
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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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El Paso Shooting and Fundraising Effort for the Victims

Dear UT Health San Antonio Community, The tragic massacre of innocents in El Paso this past weekend has hit very close to home to me, as it did for many members of our UT Health San Antonio community with connections to El Paso. To me, El Paso is not only my hometown and the home...
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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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Alumni Spotlight: Dr. Amy Brito Delgado, Medical Physics Resident at University of Kansas Medical Center

Amy Brito Delgado grew up in Hermosillo, Sonora, Mexico, 200 miles south of Tucson, Arizona. She was interested in science because she had a biology teacher who gave her the chance to do research at a young age. “Everyone wanted to be an astrophysicist like Carl Sagan, and I did...
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Radiological Sciences Program Celebrates 30th Year Anniversary

The Radiological Sciences program at the Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences is proudly looking back at its 30-year history while confidently moving forward with new leadership, a gathering of alumni and honoring a late professor. New director Dr. Geoffrey Clarke, director of...
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