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Final Words for Pipette Gazette: April Turner & Dental Hygiene

April Turner, a registered dental hygienist talks about her experience taking online classes for the Master of Science Dental Hygiene program at UT Health Science Center.


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Dr. Sun & Dr. Vadlamudi named AAAS Fellows

Dr. LuZhe Sun and Dr. Ratna K. Vadlamudi were recently named as Fellows of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS).


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Alumna Dr. Sweta Mishra Interviewed by American Lung Association

A recent Ph.D. graduate of our Cellular and Structural Biology graduate program, Dr. Sweta Mishra was recently interviewed by the American Lung Association (ALA).


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Travels in DC: ​Yuanhang Liu at the BIBM Conference

GSBS Travel Award winner ​Yuanhang Liu writes about the Big Data to Knowledge (BD2K) initiative and other updates from the IEEE International Conference on Bioinformatics and Biomedicine (BIBM) conference in D.C.


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Two Career Advisory Council Members Recognized in the SA Business Journal

Two of our Career Advisory Council members CEO of WiseWear, Dr. Jerry Wilmink and CEO of Nebulab, Guillermo Vela were recognized for their achievements in the San Antonio Business Journal this month.


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Diversity in STEM: What is it and why is it important?

​Diversity in science acknowledges the potential for greatness in individuals who are underrepresented. It builds relationships and improves our creativity. It improves our work environments and strengthens our interpersonal skills.


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GSBS Alumna Dr. Nicole Baganz In The News Twice

GSBS Neuroscience Alumna Dr. Nicole Baganz was featured by The Vanderbilt University Medical Center Reporter and the Nashville Scene for her contributions to public communication, outreach, and education about neuroscience.


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Volunteering at the Cancer Therapy Research Center: Sharon Kwee Plays Violin For Patients

Graduate student Sharon Kwee volunteers at the CTRC where she plays violin for patients.


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Calais Prince Speaks To Undergraduate Students About Careers in Biomedicine

Calais Prince spoke to Texas State University undergraduate students about careers in biomedicine.


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A Graduate Student’s Perspective On Attending A Conference Changes Over Time

Jessica Zavadil writes about the preparation that she did before the CPRIT Innovations in Cancer Prevention and Research conference.


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Chancellor McRaven unveils ambitious vision for UT System

Chancellor McRaven laid out a new plan to use UT system’s size, talent, and diversity to collaborate in ways never done before.


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Graduate School Students Volunteer For The Battered Women’s Shelter

Jodie Gray writes about the Graduate Student Association's fundraiser for the Battered Women’s Shelter of San Antonio.


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Graduate Student Association’s Chili Well-Loved At the Chili Cook-Off

Kristen Malloy writes about the 2015 SGA Chili Cook-off and the graduate team's well-received recipes.


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M.D./ Ph.D. Student Katie Hinchee-Rodriguez Researches Diabetes

​M.D./Ph.D. student Katie Hinchee-Rodriguez is currently researching Type 2 Diabetes.


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Campus Carry at UTHSCSA: Active Shooter Awareness Training Available

Students, faculty, staff, and other members of the UT Health Science Center San Antonio community met for the second “Campus Carry” open forum.


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Yuanhang Liu Receives GSBS Travel Award

Yuanhang Liu has received a GSBS travel award to attend and participate in the 2015 Institute of Electrical & Electronic Engineers (IEEE) International Conference on Bioinformatics and Biomedicine Washington, D.C. this month.


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What is it about science that you see as joyous and fun?

Graduate students Justin Drerup, Phillip Webster, and Sabrina Martinez explain why they think science is joyous and fun.


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Finding Career And Family Balance In A Naturally Imbalanced Situation

Is there such a thing as career and family balance for scientists? Dr. Bridget Ford explains how she balances a family, a bustling postdoctoral fellowship, and an adjunct position at St. Mary’s University.


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Science Technology Investor Reception: Meeting Investors & Entrepreneurs

Graduate student Rafael Veraza writes about his experience at the Science Technology Investor Reception where he was able to get a small sample of what UTHSCSA is producing in terms of novel inventions.


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Dr. Kaitlyn Lewis: Aging Research Will Help Us Live Better Lives

Dr. Kaitlyn Lewis is passionate about aging research because she believes that it will help us live better lives.


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Paparazzi Calling: Communicating Your Discoveries To The Media

Read 8 helpful tips for getting news coverage from the press.


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Why Did You Become A Scientist? Vignettes from Postdoctoral Fellows

Vignettes from Postdoctoral Fellows Dr. LaShauna Evans, Dr. Akash Bhattacharya, and Dr. Bridget Ford about why they became scientists.


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Heather Hambright Receives GSBS Award For AACR Annual Meeting

Heather Hambright, a graduate student in the Cancer Biology track has been selected to receive a GSBS travel award worth $1,500 to attend and participate in the American Association for Cancer Research annual meeting holding in New Orleans, LA in April 2016.


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Nancy Nguyen Works To Find Therapeutics For Cardiovascular Disease

Nancy Nguyen is currently working to find therapeutics for cardiovascular disease.


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Final Words: Sonal Tonapi & the Cancer Biology Track

Sonal Tonapi, a student in the Cancer Biology Track, explains what it was like to graduate with two successful projects.


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Final Words: Huiyoung “Jimmy” Yun Speaks About How Working For An NGO Led Him To Research

Huiyoung "Jimmy" Yun, a graduate student in the ​Department of Pharmacology, explains how working for an NGO in Australia made him want to research cures for cancer.


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Is Plagiarism A Problem in Science?

Is plagiarism a problem for scientists? Dr. Nicquet Blake, Dr. Ratna Vadlamudi, and Dr. Rong Li answer questions about what to do when your mentor's resume looks too similar to yours.