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Now Accepting Travel Award Applications

​The Graduate School is now accepting applications for the Spring 2017 Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences (GSBS) Travel Award.

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Alum Joins Initiative To Improve Veterans’ Health Care

Dr. Maria Danet Lapiz Bluhm, a recent graduate in the Master's of Science in Clinical Investigation program and associate professor in the School of Nursing, is working on a new project to empower veterans.


Alum Dr. Hongzhi Chen Wins Best Oral Presentation at Chinese Diabetes Society Meeting

Biochemistry Alum Dr. Hongzhi Chen was awarded best oral presentation at the recent Chinese Diabetes Society meeting.

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New Class Focuses On Medical Product Development

Be sure to check out the INTD 7074 course focusing on commercialization with guests from bioscience executives in our region.

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M.D./Ph.D. student Jeffrey Cooney Publishes First Author Review Publication

M.D./Ph.D. student Jeffrey Cooney (Cancer Biology track) was recently a first author.

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A 3D Model To Help Students Understand Anatomy Better

​Master of Science in Cell Systems and Anatomy student Laura Solis was recently featured on the Health Science Center’s library for her innovative thesis project.

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BioBridge Vice President of Human Resources & Learning Joins Career Advisory Council

John Barnes from BioBridge Global has joined the Career Advisory Council.


NCI Postdoctoral Positions Available

The National Cancer Institute is looking for postdoctoral fellows.

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In Search of Cures to Mend Broken Hearts

Heart disease researcher Ngoni Madungwe is working on research to find ways to regrow damaged hearts.


CPRIT awards $5.8 million to UT Health San Antonio

The Cancer Prevention & Research Institute of Texas (CPRIT) announced $5.8 million for research and training programs at UT Health San Antonio.

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A Scientist’s Reflection on the Election

Politics operates in a sphere of relative value, and if we allow science to be confused with politics, we run the risk of demeaning the value of our own research.