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An Easy Way To Give Back To Your Community

Volunteer with The Night at the Witte with UTHSCSA program. They are looking for volunteers to host teaching sessions on health topics.


Learn Helpful Tips At The Small Business Workshop On Sept. 7 & Sept. 8

Interested in biomedical entrepreneurship and commercialization? Join the small business workshop and learn about unique programs.

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SECC Campaign Runs Till Oct. 7

​The annual State Employee Charitable Campaign (SECC), the opportunity to help make lives better, will begin Sept. 1 and run through Oct. 7. The Health Science Center goal this year is $410,000.

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Do You Know The History of Biotech In San Antonio?

Nanogel brain neural regeneration. Brainwave-powered prosthetic arms. Smart gel wound dressings. Learn how the biotech industry in San Antonio got its start.


UTSA, UT Health Science Center receive nearly $4.6 million grant for cancer research

​The Center for Innovative Drug Discovery has been awarded a grant to support its research in designing better, more effective cancer drugs through small molecule drug discovery.

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New Workshop Focused On Taking A Device From An Idea To Market

Be sure to register for The Health Cell's new workshop focused on developing and clinically introducing medical technologies. Starts Oct. 17.


Learn the Essentials of the NCI Grant Process

One of NCI’s main roles is funding cancer research: learn the essentials about grants.


Health Care Heroes nominations due August 24

Do you know someone making a huge impact in San Antonio health care? The San Antonio Business Journal is seeking nominations for its 2016 Health Care Heroes awards.

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CEO of Rapamycin Holdings Dr. Randy Goldsmith To Speak At San Antonio Postdoctoral Research Forum

Don't miss the San Antonio Postdoctoral Research Forum on Wednesday, September 21, 2016 at 11 a.m. to 5 p.m.

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Making Peace With Self Promotion

Three arguments why you shouldn't feel guilty about promoting your research.

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Call For Abstracts: Mikiten Graduate Research Symposium

Interested in meeting students from across the University of Texas System? Register now and submit an abstract for the Mikiten Graduate Symposium by Aug 31.


Meet The Grad School at the Virtual Grad School Fair

Prospective students, we’re participating in the Biomed Virtual Grad Fair on 9/13 which will allow you to have your admission questions answered.

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Kristen McConnell: From Mechanical Engineer to Medical Physicist

As a therapeutic medical physicist, Kristin McConnell works at the radiation oncology clinic at the Cancer Therapy and Research Center.


A Look Inside The Radiation Oncology Machines

​Ever wonder what the machines look like that deliver radiation to patients?


What is Gut Churn?

Get the full details about Radiolab host Jad Abumrad's exciting free talk on Sept. 18.

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15 Facts About San Antonio’s Growing Medical Technology Industry

Learn 15 new facts about San Antonio's growing healthcare and bioscience industry.

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The Health Cell Launches New Bench To Bedside Workshop Series

The Health Cell has launched a new "Bedside to Bench to Bedside" course on developing and clinically introducing medical technologies. The class is $150 and a certificate will be given upon completion of all four workshops. The class will be hosted at UT Health San Antonio.


The Opioid Epidemic

​Allison Doyle Brackley writes about how opioids have become the gold standard for pain in America.

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Mark Your Calendars For The Annual Food Truck Fundraiser

The Food Truck fundraiser will be on Thursday, September 1 from 11 a.m. to 1.30 p.m.

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Nourhan Abdelfattah Works On Children’s Cancer Research

Children's Cancer researcher Nourhan Abdelfattah would like to start a STEM careers awareness program to introduce female high-school students to different STEM careers in Egypt. She was recently accepted into the Schlumberger Faculty for The Future women's leadership program.

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The Department of Defense Funding Workshop You Should Attend

Interested in Department of Defense (DoD) funded research grants? Come to The Military Health Institute's workshop on Sept. 22.

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Microscopic collisions help proteins stay healthy

University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio researchers are providing basic new understanding about “heat shock proteins,” also called “chaperone proteins.”


What if San Antonio gets REALLY ambitious in 2022?

Travis Block talks about what a one billion dollar investment in science would mean for San Antonio.

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Postdoctoral Fellowships in the Biology of Aging at the University of Washington

​The University of Washington’s NIH T32 Training Grant in the Biology of Aging will have five postdoctoral openings Spring 2017.

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New Tool To Help Scientists Promote Their Papers

"Kudos" a new research tool was featured in Nature Magazine to help researchers promote their work to new audiences.

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National Cancer Institute T32 Grant Renewed

​The Ruth Kirschstein National Research Service Award (T32) grant from the National Cancer Institute (NCI) was just renewed for five years.

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​Alum Capt. Elaine Por Featured on USAISR website for eye injury treatment

Alum ​Capt. Elaine Por, a principle investigator and deputy task area manager in the Ocular Trauma Division at the USAISR is looking for a novel way to treat eye injuries that can result in blindness.


Free Food: Graduate School Convocation and Picnic on August 19

The Graduate School Convocation and Picnic will be on Friday, August 19 at the GCCRI Auditorium at 4 pm, followed by a picnic at 5 pm.


​GSBS Alum Dr. Matt Rowan Passes Away in Tragic Accident

Dr. Matt Rowan, a graduate of the Pharmacology Ph.D. program, passed away on Saturday, July 30 in a hot air balloon crash near Lockhart, Texas.


Meet Angela Gao: The Artist Behind The Pipette Kids Coloring Book

A Q&A session with Angela Gao @BioforBreakfast science comic author and illustrator of ​The Pipette Kids Coloring and Activity Book.

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SALSI awards $200,000 for brain health research initiatives

​The San Antonio Life Sciences Institute (SALSI) recently awarded $200,000 to advance research in brain health.