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For almost 50 years, Dr. LoVerde has been working on schistosomiasis research and continues to travel around the world doing field research.
Giovanna will be working as the Senior Program Coordinator in the Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences.
Almost all of the important breakthrough ideas did not happen alone in the lab, in front of the microscope.
The Introduction To Data Science is a one credit elective open to all students.
M.S. in Dental Science student Blaine Calahan plans to return to his hometown of Shreveport, Louisiana to provide high quality periodontal care.
Studies found that a child of a slightly undernourished mother is more likely to suffer early aging of the heart.
A promising treatment for Parkinson’s disease is getting a boost from San Antonio researchers.
The Barshop Institute was featured in the November issue of the San Antonio Medicine Magazine.
Ara Alexandrian is working to create an application for radiotherapy experts that will provide suggestions on the best treatment care for radiotherapy patients.
As a Master in Science in Medical Health Physics student, Kristen Weismantel works to make sure that everything is up to code and that radiation safety procedures are being met.
Global Entrepreneurship Week is this week, and there’s plenty of ways to get involved.
Local tech entrepreneurs will talk about using technology to fundamentally change the way we interface with healthcare.
The Dallas Women's Club is offering scholarships to U.S. citizens on the basis of high scholastic attainment.
Aaron Horning in the Cancer Biology track won the best poster award at a juried competition.
The Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences was recently listed under the Top Graduate Degree Programs.
Looking to unwind? Join the Mindfulness presentation on November 16.
Luis Rodriguez is researching what drives presbyopia, the progressive loss of the ability to focus on near objects as we age.
Disclaimer: This post is not about Science. Instead, it is a quick note about embracing failure.
Are we ready for success in genetic engineering?
The Young Scientist Seminars (YSS) is a a video series produced by iBiology that features young scientists giving talks about their research and discoveries.
The Graduate Student Association is looking for team members to take part in the 2016 American Heart Association 5K Heart Walk.
Biomedical Engineering Ph.D. alum Yash Tiwari loves hiking and his new job as a product development engineer.
The Cancer Therapy & Research Center today announced an affiliation with health care giant MD Anderson Cancer Center.
Lenny Teytelman, CEO of Protocols.io, has joined the Career Advisory Council.
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