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Two Students in Asmis Lab Win American Heart Association Fellowship

​Nancy Nguyen and Kevin Downs, graduate students in the lab of Dr. Asmis just won competitive American Heart Association predoctoral fellowships.


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Greehey in the News

The Greehey Children's Cancer Research was featured on KSAT12 for their new $10.9 million dollar grant.


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How To Read And Understand A Scientific Paper

Reading a scientific paper is a completely different process than reading an article about science in a blog or newspaper.


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Nominate A Student For The Guarino Award By July 21

​The Armand J. Guarino Awards for Academic Excellence were created in order to recognize exceptional performance of graduate students at both the Doctoral and Master’s levels during their training at The University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio.


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July Undergraduate Biomedical Research Symposium

The Undergraduate Research Symposium will be on Wednesday, July 27 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Don't miss it.


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Translational Science Ph.D. Program Video

Ahsan Choudary speaks about what drew him to the Translational Science Ph.D. program.


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Radiological Sciences Ph.D. Program: Medical Physics Video

​Jodie Gray, a student in the Radiological Sciences Ph.D. program speaks about why she became interested in the Medical Physics track.


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New M.D./Ph.D. Program Video

We are so proud to debut our new M.D./Ph.D. program, "Where Will Your Path Take You." Watch this short video and meet a few of our students.


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M.D./Ph.D. Program Ranked In Top 5 of Nation’s Programs

​The M.D./Ph.D. Program at The University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio was ranked 5th out of 113 programs nationwide based on percentage of NIH fellowship awards.


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Dr. Phil Loverde Featured in The Rivard Report

Dr. Phil Loverde featured in The Rivard Report for his work on a tropical disease that kills up to 200,000 people every year.


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10 Types Of Scientists—Which One Are You?

​The Science Council recently released an article about "10 Types of Scientist." Which type are you?


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Studying Biomechanics at a Single Cell Level

Amit Kumar Saha passion for technology drew him to the Biomedical Engineering Ph.D. program.


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Where Should Our Next Student Event Be?

Main Event, Thin Air Extreme Sports, Altitude Trampoline, or Laser Tag. Vote now.


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The Orlando Tragedy and San Antonio: Every Sunset is a Rainbow

Dr. Jon Berman writes about the Orlando Tragedy and the impact it had on UT Health Science Center.


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​How To Find A Mentor and Build Your Career Using Social Media

Dr. Lindsay Bira gives ten easy ways to use social media to build your brand and form relationships with mentors.


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10 Fun Things To Do In San Antonio This Summer

Looking for fun things to do this summer? Check out these amazing San Antonio attractions.


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Join Your Classmates at the June Alumni Mixer

Connect with fellow classmates at the June 23 university-wide alumni reception.


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Winning Big at the American Dental Hygiene Association Meeting

April Turner and Ruth Conn represented the graduate school at the 93rd Annual American Dental Hygiene Association Meeting in Pittsburgh.


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Could you find the original data you collected for your first manuscript?

Guillermo Vela, CEO of Nebulab and Career Advisory Council member, will be speaking at the next Spotlight on Research Integrity about the challenges of data.


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New Staff: Angie Watts, Assistant Director of Academic Programs

Please welcome Angie Watts to her new role as Assistant Director of Academic Programs.


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The Reproducibility Project Needs Help Evaluating Scientific Research

There has been a lot of discussion and attention on reproducibility in science. To try and overcome this issue, the Reproducibility Project: Cancer Biology is recruiting scientists in biomedical research to help.


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Still looking for a postdoc?

Indiana University is hosting a postdoc recruitment weekend in November.


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Final Words: Saul Jaime And His Cross Country Adventure To Conduct Research

Saul Jaime explains what it was like to drive all the way to Baltimore to conduct his dissertation research at the National Institute on Drug Abuse.


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Alum Ryan Gilley Featured in Warriors For Health

Alum Ryan Gilley worked as a combat engineer clearing roadside bombs in Iraq before enrolling in the microbiology and immunology doctorate program.


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Apply for a GSBS Travel Award

The Graduate School is now accepting applications for the Summer 2016 Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences (GSBS) Travel Award. Awardees will receive $1,500 to help with travel expenses.


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Brett Ipson: Making A Difference in Children’s Lives

M.D./Ph.D. graduate student Brett Ipson talks about how he decided he wanted to be a pediatrician and a researcher.


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Calais Prince Selected For NIH New Investigator Travel Award

Calais Prince will be receiving a NIH New Investigator Travel Award for her research on maternal health.


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Communicating Professional Value Through Transferable Skills Workshop

Need help articulating your career skills? Join Dr. Nathan Vanderford on July 7 for the next Career Development Workshop.


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Using Household Materials For Science

Graduate students extracted DNA, simulate a concussion, and see germs using household materials with elementary school students.