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Call for nominations for Vice President, Secretary, and Outreach Chair. To be eligible, you must be a student in the GSBS.
Purdue University will be hosting a boot camp on Translational Omics Research on June 2-11. No cost for tuition, lodging, and meals.
Science Fiesta is a large science outreach event hosted by San Antonio Science and organized primarily by graduate students.
Here are 10 skills that every PhD student learns that will serve you well in an industry position.
The Office of Diversity & Student Professional Development in partnership with our campus PRIDE student organization, is hosting the 2017 annual “Out for Health” Summit this weekend.
Learn CPR from medical students the weekend of February 11th and 12th.
How do you get money? Well, you need to apply for grants and all sorts of bureaucracies that come with it, which limits a bit the time devoted to science itself.
The Women in Science: Development, Outreach, Mentoring group had their first launch event featuring guest speaker Dr. Susan Mooberry.
February is American Heart Month and researcher Liz Fisher explains what you need to know.
Join the Women in Science group for breakfast and a discussion about issues for women in the sciences.
Dr. Leah Cannon, content manager at the Life Science Network, has joined the Career Advisory Council.
Applications are being accepted for qualified Pre-Doctoral Candidates in the Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences for the Translational Science Training (TST) TL1 Program. Annual Stipend of $23,376 provided, plus other support.
If you know graduate school faculty, postdocs or graduate students who may be interested in TExAS, please let them know - we are taking registrations.
At various points your Ph.D. will seem unattainable in the way that the summit of Everest, walking on the moon or becoming a billionaire seem unattainable to most of us.
Two scholarships to look into---the Hispanic Association of Colleges and Universities (HACU) and the PEO Scholar Awards for women.
The Voelcker Biosciences Teacher Academy is looking for scientists to fill registration and room facilitator slots at the VBTA 7th Annual Spring Conference.
Whether you are looking to stay in academia, work in a startup or move into a big company, one of the biggest assets you bring with you is your network.
10 tips to help you successfully apply for a grant to fund your early-stage company.
Writing a 200-page Ph.D. thesis can seem like an insurmountable task. But there are ways to make writing a thesis easier and less painful.
The Graduate Dean’s Office will move back to the Long Campus after our 3 ½ year relocation to the STRF on the Greehey Campus.
Help support the American Heart Association - San Antonio and the UTHSCSA School of Nursing by joining the Love Run 5K on Saturday, Feb 4.
San Antonio Science will be hosting a series of Science Trivia Nights on the first Thursday of every month at Ranger Creek's Tasting Room. 21+
Learn more about some postdoctoral fellowship opportunities.
Congratulations to three of our students who placed 1st, 2nd and 3rd in the poster presentation at the annual symposium of the cancer center CTRC held last week!
Join us for the farewell reception for Janice Stong and Janice Smith who will be retiring from the Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences this year.
"The Art of Science Communication" online course covers the skills, knowledge and mindset necessary to become a great presenter.
Mind Science Foundation Communications and Program Director Dr. Emily Boice joins the Career Advisory Council.
Congrats to faculty and staff for winning presidential awards!
Dr. Lindsay Bira and Dr. Travis Block spoke to trainees about tips they learned while preparing for their Ted X talks.
Sarah Lindauer, in the Department of Cell Systems and Anatomy was presented with the Debbie Yrle Distinguished Service Award.
As you progress up the ranks of an academic institution, your days become increasingly full of MEETINGS.
There are so many lessons that I learned along the way that I use regularly now in my professional career.
Have you ever had the experience in life where you have felt just a step or two in front of your colleagues?
The idea of reinventing one’s self and career has been something that I have had to become very comfortable with as I have transitioned into my life after diploma.
Dr. Cynthia Phelps, founder and CEO of InnerAlly, Inc., has just joined the Career Advisory Council.
Don't miss the first launch event for the WISDOM group on Wednesday Jan. 25 at 4 p.m. in MED Room 309 L. Dr. Susan Mooberry will be the guest speaker.
Dr. Karl Rodriguez is a new faculty in the Department of Cell Systems and Anatomy and alumnus of the Molecular Medicine Ph.D. program.
The statistics on women and underrepresented minorities (URMs) in science are depressing as a female graduate student.
Cancer Biology student Xiaojie Yu just received a one-year 2016 Greehey Graduate Student Fellowship Award.
The Graduate Student Association is inviting you to kick off the new semester with a Grad Student New Year Party!
The UT Health River Parade is looking for a band.
Dr. Greg Aune shares how he coped with being diagnosed with Hodgkin’s lymphoma at the age of 16.
The San Antonio Breast Cancer Symposium was highlighted in news.
Translational Science Ph.D. student Ahsan Choudary plans to start his own biotech company.
A list of upcoming events relevant for the Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences community.
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