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Brian Stoveken Wins 2015 Presidential Ambassador Scholar Award

Brian Stoveken, a graduate student in the Biology of Aging program, has been selected as the student ambassador to represent the Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences.


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Master of Science in Immunology & Infection Opens Doors of Opportunity

The Master of Science in Immunology & Infection program attracts people from mid-career looking to get more experience; people who wish to apply for positions in research laboratories; and people who wish to apply to medical school.


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Double the N.I.H. Budget: Invest In Biomedical Research

A recent op-ed in The New York Times written by Newt Gingrich, discussed the importance of doubling the National Institute of Health budget.


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Congrats Ashley Delgado: Newest Graduate of the Dental Hygiene Program

Congratulations Ashley Delgado, the newest graduate from the Dental Hygiene program.


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Career Advisory Council: Find the Right Company for Where You Want to Go

​Career Advisory Council members Dr. Melanie Paquette, Dr. David Price, Dr. Doug Frantz, Dr. Stan McHardy, and Dr. Edward Kalmykov spoke at the April 20 workshop about careers at pharmaceutical companies and industry.


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Congrats Rachel Smallwood: Newest Graduate of the Biomedical Engineering Program

Congratulations Rachel Smallwood, the newest graduate from the Biomedical Engineering Program.


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The Art of Successful Grantsmanship Workshop on April 29: What You Need to Know Before You Write

​The Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences and the Initiative for Maximizing Student Development (IMSD: R25GM095480) program will host a grant writing workshop aimed at training students from all disciplines in strategies for producing successful grants.


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Nursing Science Ph.D. Helps Fill Demand for Nurses With Doctorate Degrees

With less than two percent of nurses having Ph.D.s, the Doctor of Philosophy in Nursing Science program helps fill the demand for nurses with doctorate degrees.


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Brain Bowl Raises Awareness of Brain Awareness Week

The Center for Biomedical Neuroscience (CBN) hosted the Brain Bowl, a neuroscience quiz show which tested the knowledge of undergraduate teams from Trinity University, UT Dallas, and UT Arlington.


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Postdocs Meet Health Science Center President

​The UTHSCSA Postdoctoral Association (UP) recently met President William Henrich at the first annual postdoc dinner.


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Nathan Mitchell Featured in ASPET News: Why Antidepressants Don’t Work Well For Kids

Physiology graduate student Nathan Mitchell was featured in ASPET for his work on uncovering new biological mechanisms that could treat depression in children more effectively.


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Military Health Institute’s Dr. Byron Hepburn Speaks at Health Cell

The Military Health Institute was highlighted at this week’s Health Cell event, where Dr. Hepburn shared with the biomedical community of San Antonio what great things he has accomplished within the first 5 months of the institute as well as his plans for the future.


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Graduate Students Win Travel Award to Microbiology & Immunology Annual Meetings

Curtis Clark, Meghan Guzman, Helia Nasrollahi, and Stacey Stahl receive travel awards to Microbiology and Immunology annual meetings.


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Allied Health Games: Graduate Students Win Third Place at Tug of War

Graduate students joined together last weekend at the inaugural Allied Health Games for friendly competitive games, organized by the School of Health Professions.


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New Interest Group Opens Doors to Careers in Scientific Consulting

Graduate student Connie Tat and postdoctoral fellow Ablat Tursun organize the UTHSCSA Science Consulting Interest Group to allow students to gain exposure to careers in scientific consulting.


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7 Tips on How To Improve Your LinkedIn Page

Dr. Teresa Evans, the director of the Office of Career Development, gives advice on how to improve your LinkedIn page.


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Dean Weiss named a Chancellor’s Health Fellow

​Dr. David S. Weiss, dean of the Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences, has been named a University of Texas System Chancellor’s Health Fellow in Graduate Education.


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Mikiten Call For Abstracts Due April 24

The 7th Annual Terry M. Mikiten Graduate Student Research Forum will be on June 11, 2015. Abstracts due by Friday, April 24.


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In the News: TeenMOB program and the VBTA were featured in ASBMB Today

The TeenMOB program and the VBTA were featured in the American Society for Biochemistry and Molecular Biology (ASBMB) Today.


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Congrats Norberto González-Juarbe: Newest Graduate of the Microbiology & Immunology Program

Please welcome Norberto González-Juarbe, a recent graduate from the Microbiology and Immunology program who studied bacterial pneumonia and cell death signaling.


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Science Rockstars, Brass Tacks, and Improv Comedy: Insights on the Experimental Biology Meeting

Emily Boice traveled to the great snow covered city of Boston with a number of other San Antonio residents ready to engage the world network of scientists and society members at the Experimental Biology Meeting.


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Need Trainee Help for Outreach Science Night

The Trainee Initiative on Science Outreach and Communication (TISOC) is seeking trainees who are passionate about broadening their engagement through the communication of science to alternative audiences.