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UT System Women’s Leadership Event

I was invited to be the Portegee of Dr. Patti Hurn, Vice Chancellor for Research and Innovation. Each Sponsor, in my case Patti, was allowed only one protegee. The week was amazing!


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Congrats Dr. Samaya R Krishnan

Presenting the newest graduate of the Cellular and Structural Biology Program!


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Alternative Careers: Academia. Really?

In his recent talk, sponsored by the UTHSCSA SACNAS Chapter and the Office of Career Development, Dr. Greg Villareal provided candid accounts of the often arduous career progression of a PhD graduate today as well as his own personal non-linear career path. If you missed his talk or are eager to learn more, this article is a must read!


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UTHSCSA Trainees and the Military: A Relationship that Needs Your Help to Grow Strong

Dr. Hepburn is wishing to encourage attendance to this exciting program for trainees. The Military Health Interest Group is a newly founded student led group that will provide opportunities for trainees across UTHSCSA to network with local professionals around the goal of highlighting the essence of military health in San Antonio. Further, this program will provide the opportunity to learn about the opportunities the VA and DOD provide for career development.


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San Antonio Ranks #36 In Places to go in 2015!

San Antonio’s riverside promenade, River Walk, one of Texas’s most visited attractions, was expanded in 2013 from three to 15 miles, linking to four of the city’s historic Spanish colonial missions, a $358 million investment that has inspired a path-side development boom.


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Mrs. Smith Goes To Washington

I met the President during the holidays. No, not Henrich, Obama!


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Human Genomics: A Quarter Century of Progress

There are events that define each of our generations such as, the first man to take flight, landing on the moon, and even electric cars. Another such defining point is that of the race to solve the human genome. Eric Green, M.D., Ph.D. has been at the forefront of the human genomics age, and currently serves as the Director of the National Human Genome Research Institute.


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Research Across Borders: Advantages & Challenges

Step into the world of a scientist whose research has international impact. Dr. Phil LoVerde provides a brief overview of the journey he has had through his research on a devastating infectious disease. He will share these stories and the ethical implications resulting from the type of research that his lab conducts in the upcoming Spotlight on Research Integrity workshop.