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Halloween Grad Social: A Time To Eat, Drink and Chill

With an Instagram cut out, polaroid photos, and mini pumpkins, graduate students gathered together for the Halloween Grad Social.

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Nurse Bertha Flores: My Summer At The NIH

Nurse Bertha Flores describes her first research experience when she attends the NIH Summer Genetics Institute to further her interest in educating women about HPV.

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Build For Better: GSBS Students Volunteer at Habitat For Humanity

The Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences at University of Texas Health Science Center San Antonio partnered with Habitat For Humanity on Oct. 17 to build a local home.

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New Baby: Heather and Sealy Hambright

Very Special News: Heather Hambright in the Cancer Biology track and Sealy Hambright in the Biology of Aging track just welcomed baby Maksim Penn! Congrats!


Reflections From The Office of Career Development

Be sure to check out the new video from the Office of Career Development and read about updates from the year.

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Halloween Grad Social Tomorrow! Pizza, Costumes, and Cupcakes

Be sure to stop by the graduate student lounge on Wednesday, Oct. 28 for a fun night of Halloween activities. Wear a costume, eat some free pizza & cupcakes, and win prizes for the best pumpkin!

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The Secret Behind How To Network Better

Have you been in a situation at a conference where you are waiting to speak to someone who's already part of a group? Beth Eby and Dr. Teresa Evans explain tips on what to do.

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Dr. Qitao Ran Featured In “Our Stories”

Dr. Qitao Ran, has been featured in "​Our Stories" for his work on neurodegeneration – the underlying cause of diseases such as Alzheimer’s and ALS.

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Justin Drerup Receives Young Investigator Award from Adaptive Biotechnologies

Justin Drerup, a M.D./Ph.D. student has been selected from a very competitive field of graduate students and post-doctoral fellows drawn from all over the globe, to receive a Young Investigator Award from Adaptive Biotechnologies.

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Viruses and Their Beneficial Uses Event on Nov. 10

Want to learn more about viruses? South Texas Center for Emerging Infectious Diseases's Dr. ​Hans Heidner will be discussing the “big plans for small microbes” on Tuesday, Nov. 10 from 6:30 p.m. to 7: 30 p.m. at the Parman Library at Stone Oak.

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Social Dance Classes: Salsa With Aaron

Want to learn salsa? Graduate student Aaron Marks Horning will be teaching dance classes as part of UTHSCSA Dance Group's free student-led dance classes at Gold's Gym. Classes start Oct. 27. and are a great way to learn new dances and meet other medical, dental and nursing students!


Monthly Career Development Workshop Series

Are you interested in learning more about C.V. & resume building, interview skills, and more? Attend the Office of Career Development Monthly Career Development Workshop Series.

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Latest Updates: Concealed Carry on Campus

A Concealed Carry Implementation Workgroup has assembled to determine how UTHSCSA will handle coming into compliance with the law.

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Alumna Dr. Nicole Baganz Selected for 2015 Next Generation Award

Dr. Nicole Baganz, a graduate of our Neuroscience program, has been selected for the Society for Neuroscience's 2015 Next Generation Award.

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Scientists and Teachers Team Up for Another Successful Science Night

The Voelcker Bioscience Teachers Academy (VBTA) and trainees working with the Office of Career Development (OCD) partnered to support the local Converse Elementary School Science Night.

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Jessica Zavadil Gets Ready For CPRIT 2015 Oral Presentation

Jessica Zavadil, a GS-4 M.D./Ph.D. student in the Cancer Biology track, has been selected for an oral presentation at the upcoming CPRIT 2015 Innovations in Cancer Prevention and Research Conference next month in Austin.

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Looking For A Postdoc That Has Teaching Experience?

The Postdoctoral Research, Instruction, and Mentoring Experience (PRIME) program is looking for graduate students seeking postdoctoral positions.

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Natalina Martinez: New Director of Finance and Administration in the Graduate Dean’s Office

Natalina Martinez, MBA, has been hired as the new Director of Finance and Administration in the Graduate Dean's Office.


UT System offers shared-use resource for researchers

The University of Texas System has announced a shared-use resource available to faculty researchers of the Health Science Center.

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Neurotransmission expert Solomon Snyder to speak at HSC

​Solomon H. Snyder, M.D., a renowned medical researcher in the area of addictions, will deliver a lecture titled “Gasotransmitters Galore” honoring retiring faculty member Bettie Sue Masters, Ph.D., at 8:45 a.m., Friday, Oct. 9, in Pestana Lecture Hall.


Volunteers Needed for the Oct. 13 Battered Women’s Shelter Fundraiser

​The Graduate Student Association is looking for volunteers to organize and prepare for a fundraiser to benefit the San Antonio Battered Women’s Shelter on Oct. 13 at Top Deck Gaming Center.

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Science Communication and Outreach Career Symposium

​The first annual ​Science Communication and Outreach Career Symposium was a great success! Over 170 individuals visited UTHSCSA for this event. Check out our new video from the symposium.

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GSBS Beyond the Bench: Connecting Single Molecules, The Simpsons, and The Nobel Prize

GSBS Ambassador Brian Stoveken speaks about the profound impact that Nobel Prize winner Dr. William E. Moerner had on The Simpsons, microscopy, and science.

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Alumna Dr. Shivani Ruparel Explains How She Became an Assistant Professor

Dr. Shivani Ruparel, an alumna of the Cellular and Structural Biology program, recommends students also pursue subjects that they are not an expert in.

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GSBS Beyond The Bench Series

We are proud to introduce a new section to "The Pipette Gazette" blog featuring articles by GSBS students.

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Sign up for the SGA Chili-Cook Off: Free Beer and Chili

​Each year, the Student Government Association of UTHSCSA hosts a Halloween-themed Chili Cook Off Competition. Students from every UTHSCSA school compete for best chili, hottest chili, best costumes, and many other prize categories. Please join GSA on Oct. 13 to discuss.


Volunteer at Habitat for Humanity on Oct. 17

The Graduate School Team is inviting you to join us as we give back to our community by building a house with Habitat for Humanity.


Cathy Samayoa Selected For American Association for Cancer Research Scholar-in-Training Award

​Congratulations to Cathy Samayoa, one of our students in the Cancer Biology track who has selected to receive an American Association for Cancer Research (AACR) Scholar-in-Training Award.