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Is There Bias in Scientific Peer Review?

Dr. Linda McManus spoke as part of a panel with Dr. Phil LoVerde. Dr. Teresa Evans, and Dr. Alan Frazer to address the responsibilities of peer reviewers in light of the recent Fiona Ingleby controversy.

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Nebulab Co-Founder Guillermo Vela Joins Career Advisory Council

​Guillermo Vela, CEO and co-founder of Nebulab, recently joined the Career Advisory Council.

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Wisewear Founder Dr. Jerry Wilmink Joins Career Advisory Council

WiseWear founder Dr. Jerry Wilmink joins Career Advisory Council.

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Is there such a thing as work-life balance for scientists?

Dr. Nicquet Blake argues that the key is not to strive for work-life balance but rather to strive for work-life integration. Read seven tips to help you integrate your work and life.


Biomedical Engineering Students Featured in San Antonio Business Journal

Biomedical Engineering Students Tony Yuan and Ramon Coronado were featured in the San Antonio Business Journal about the launch of their new company.

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CPRIT awards more than $3 million to GSBS Faculty for Cancer Research

Dr. Tim Huang, Dr. Rong Li, and Dr. Bruce Nicholson were awarded more than $3 million in grants on Wednesday to work on projects to prevent cancer in South Texas.

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Applicants Sought for the Mentored Research Career Development (KL2) Program: Due July 6

​The Institute for Integration of Medicine and Science (IIMS) at the UT Health Science Center is soliciting applications for the Mentored Research Career Development (KL2) Program.

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Brian Stoveken Works on Research to Delay the Process of Aging

Brian Stoveken, a graduate student in the Biology of Aging program, researches neurodegenerative diseases.

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Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences Graduation: Class of 2015

Congratulations UT Health Science Center Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences Class of 2015! We wish you the best in your future endeavors!

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Engaging the Community: Spreading Awareness about Diabetes and Asthma at Science Night

UT Health Science Center graduate students, postdocs, and staff volunteered at Robert L. Vale Middle School’s 2nd Annual Science Extravaganza to help spread awareness about the rising rates of diabetes and asthma in South Texas.


GSBS Student Heather Menzie Passes Away in Tragic Car Accident

Graduate student Heather Menzie passed away after a tragic automobile accident on Wednesday, May 13, 2015 in Bastrop, TX.


Technology in Dentistry: Newest Grad Ryan Sheridan Reflects on Dental Science Program

Ryan Sheridan, the newest graduate of the Dental Science program explains how technology in dentistry is rapidly evolving.

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8 Tips for Effective Professional Introductions

The key to a successful first impression can often be the initial 60 second introduction that one has. Learn eight tips for effective professional introductions.


Dr. James Lechleiter in the News for Astrocyte Pharmaceuticals Deal

Dr. James Lechleiter featured in San Antonio Business Journal about UTHSCSA's collaboration with Astrocyte Pharmaceuticals.

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Finding a Community through Research: Suleman Hussain Works on Prostate Cancer

Suleman Hussain, a third-year international student from Mumbai, India finds a community through research.


Neuroscience Graduate Student David Aguilar Awarded NIH/NIMH F31 Fellowship Grant

​Congratulations to Neuroscience graduate student David Aguilar on receiving a National Institutes of Health (NIH)/National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH) Ruth L. Kirschstein National Research Service Award (NRSA) F31 Fellowship Grant!

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M.D./Ph.D. Students Visit Immunology 2015

This past weekend Dr. Curiel took four members of his lab, three of them ​M.D./Ph.D. students, back to New Orleans to give talks at ​Immunology 2015 — the largest immunology meeting in the world.


Demystifying Career Success for Careers as an Academic Faculty Events

The Office of Career Development will be hosting a two-part series with faculty from UTHSCSA and UTSA. Faculty will provide a first-hand view of the process and skills required to gain an academic position.


Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences Commencement Information

The Spring Graduation ceremony is an important event for the Graduate School and we look forward to seeing many of you on Friday. Live stream links are available for those who are unable to make it.

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Congrats Kendra Alfson: Newest Graduate of the Microbiology and Immunology program!

​Congratulations Kendra Alfson, the newest graduate from the Microbiology and Immunology program.

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Thoughts About Graduate School: Q&A Interview with Anna Mancha

Anna Mancha, a student in the Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences at UT Health Science Center San Antonio, reflects on her memories in graduate school.


Dr. Rui Sousa’s Coauthored Article Featured in Nature

Dr. Rui Sousa's coauthored article in Nature describes a new, more efficient method of making ribonucleic acids (RNAs).

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Dr. Hart and Dr. Baseman Determine Structure Of Toxin in Respiratory Infections

Researchers Dr. P. John Hart and Dr. Joel Baseman were recently featured in ​BioNews-TX for their work on determining the structure of Mycoplasma pneumonia’s cytotoxin, a widespread and extremely contagious bacterium that strikes and infects the lungs.


New Career Advisory Council Member: Dr. Lindsay Bira

​Dr. Lindsay Bira, a clinical researcher and creative thinker has recently joined the Career Advisory Council.

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COSTAR Ph.D. Training Positions Available

The School of Dentistry COSTAR NIDCR Training Grant is happy to announce the availability of open positions for Ph.D. Trainees.

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Congrats Gretchel Gealogo: the Newest Graduate of the Nursing Science Ph.D. program!

Congratulations Gretchel Gealogo, the newest graduate from the Nursing Science Ph.D. program.

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Hannah Burns:An Internship with San Antonio Police Department, Forensic Science, & Cannabis Research

Hannah Burns, the newest graduate from the Forensic Toxicology program, explains how she became interested in forensics.