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Mega Mikiten Plans To Unite UT System Student Leaders

This year's Mikiten Graduate Research Symposium will unite leaders across the UT System for the first ever "Mega Mikiten" on September 10.


The Health Cell: Growing San Antonio’s Medical Technology Industry

Don't miss The Health Cell networking mixer on Aug 11 and hear from five local biomedical leaders.

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Texas Biomed Receives $23 Million To Develop HIV Vaccine

UT Health San Antonio and Texas Biomedical Research Institute researchers were recently featured in The Rivard Report​ for a new $23 million grant to lead a new strategy to combat HIV.


​Info session about the NSF Graduate Research Fellowship Program

Each year, 2,000 fellowships are awarded through a national competition to graduate students, providing 3 years of funding for their graduate education.


A New Way To Deliver Drugs

Alumnae Rasika Vartak writes about a "New Way To Deliver Drugs" for Young Zine magazine.


Amanda Muñoz co-authors First Paper in Molecular Carcinogenesis

Cancer Biology researcher Amanda Muñoz is researching novel ways to treat pancreatic cancer.


Cancer Therapy & Research Center Designated as a Caris Center of Excellence for Precision Medicine

The CTRC joins the Caris Centers of Excellence for Precision Medicine Network to help develop guidelines and standards of care for tumor profiling.


Fun, Friends, and Free T-Shirts at Monster Mini Golf

Join us for a fun night of monster mini golf on Thursday, August 18. All invited.


8 Easy Tips For Graduate School Success

Radiological Science Ph.D. Student Kristen Cline writes 8 tips that new students should know.


5 Questions to Ask Yourself When You’re Totally Unmotivated

​Hands up: who’s not motivated to finish a current writing project?


Campus Carry Law Goes Into Effect August 1

Campus carry will go into effect on August 1 at UT institutions.

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UT System among top universities for patents granted

The UT System was ranked 4th among the Top 100 worldwide universities granted patents for 2015.

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Memory Boosting Drug in U.S. News & World Report

Dr. Timothy Duong's research on a long-used drug called methylene blue was featured in the U.S. News & World Report.

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Want to take extra courses online?

The UT System has purchased ​Skillport an online library of courses covering a wide array of topics such as IT, professional development, and business skills.

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New Findings in Alzheimer’s Disease in Science Daily

Dr. Bess Frost of The Barshop Institute and her colleagues have identified a new biological pathway involved in Alzheimer's disease.

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8 Transferable Skills that will Enhance Your Competitiveness on the Job Market

As scientists, these are the skills that we learn in the laboratory that can be transferred to other job settings whether that is working in the pharmaceutical industry or in a business/non-laboratory setting.


The Formation of A Biomedical Graduate Student Network

​The UTHSCSA Graduate Student Association (GSA) is working with other schools from across UT System to organize "Mega Mikiten."

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Communicate Your Career Workshop: How to Introduce Yourself

Learn how to introduce yourself at the August 16 workshop using a captivating three-minute presentation.

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Brian Iskra: The Perennial Quest

​M.D./Ph.D. student Brian Iskra grew up going to the doctor. He was 10 years old when he found out that he had glaucoma in his right eye.


What Are We Doing To Help Infants Born From Drug-Addicted Mothers?

Nursing Science Ph.D. Student Kelly McGlothen featured in Tribute Magazine for improving infant health care.


Free Webinars in July and August

Free webinars in July and August on visa mechanisms for foreign born scientists, scientific publishing, and grantsmanship for graduate students and postdocs.


Want to go to New York City and meet PepsiCo’s R&D leadership?

Apply now to present at the PepsiCoDay at New York Academy of Sciences.

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Why Scientists Need To Start Managing Data Better

How well do you manage your lab notebook? CEO of Nebulab Guillermo Vela explained that science is experiencing a data deluge.

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The Changing World of Biophysics

​Dr. Akash Bhattacharya gave a presentation to 80 Voelcker Biomedical Research Academy high school students about the changing world of biophysics.

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Heather Hambright Researchers Skin Cancer

Cancer Biology researcher Heather Hambright tells us what we need to know to reduce our risk of skin cancer.

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Needed For Graduation: Thesis & Dissertation Workshops

The Graduate School will host two Thesis/Dissertation Workshops that are required for Graduate Students who plan to defend their theses/dissertations in the Fall 2016 or Spring 2017 semesters.