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Dr. Arthur Chang Joins The Career Advisory Council

Dr. Tiencheng Arthur Chang is Associate Professor at the Division of Reproductive Endocrinology and Infertility, Department of OB/GYN, University of Texas Health Science Center, and Director of Clinical Assisted Reproductive Technology Laboratories at UT Health Women’s Health Center, San Antonio, TX.

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Free Dental Care For Students

There is an opportunity for UT Health San Antonio students to receive a FREE DENTAL EVALUATION AND TREATMENT this Spring Semester through the UT Health San Antonio School of Dentistry.

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Fiesta Medal On Sale Starting April 12

UT Health San Antonio's Fiesta medal is on sale now for $7.00.

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Dr. Haifa Alkhodier Plans to Promote Oral Health And Prevent Dental Diseases in Saudi Arabia

After graduation, Dr. Haifa Alkhodier will be teaching and assisting young dentists and dental students.

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M.S. in Dental Science Student Elizabeth May Is Passionate About Pediatric Dentistry

Elizabeth May plans to work as an associate in a private pediatric dental office.

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Shalea Francois: Being an In-Home Care Provider Motivated Me

​Master of Science in Cell Systems and Anatomy student Shalea Francois became an in-home care provider four years ago after seeing her mother and other patients struggle with end stage renal disease.

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Alumni Spotlight: Dr. Theodore Price Works on Pain Research

Dr. Theodore Price is an Associate Professor at UT Dallas where he is also Head of the Systems Neuroscience undergraduate and graduate programs.

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GSBS Representative for Student Government Association Needed

​Interested in a leadership position? We are looking for a new representative for the Student Government Association.

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Alex Kirkpatrick: Cats, Bacteria, and True Crime Documentaries

Alex Kirkpatrick is researching a unique bacterial toxin.


Two recent grads presented at the American Dental Education Association

Two recent Master in Science in Dental Hygiene grads, Ruth Conn and Brian Partido presented at the American Dental Education Association Conference.

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Alumni Spotlight: Dr. Cynthia Blanco Works As A Clinician Scientist

Alum Dr. Cynthia Blanco is now a clinician-scientist working in a neonatal intensive care unit and also as a tenured professor with a lab.


Cutting Mental Corners

Dr. Jonathan Berman talks about why scientists make mistakes.


Four M.D./Ph.D. Students Matched on Match Day!

Four M.D./Ph.D. students participated in the national residency match day.


Congratulations to one of our alums, Dr. Wilson Fok!

Dr. Wilson Fok was named co-recipient of the 2016 Adel A. Yunis Award for Research Excellence.

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Postdoc Opportunity: FASEB

The FASEB MARC Program will be hosting another Postdoctoral Preparation Institute meeting (PPI) on August 10-11, 2017 at the Gaylord National Resort & Convention Center in Maryland.


M.D./Ph.D. Students Go To Extreme Escape

The M.D./Ph.D. programs rented out the entire space at “Extreme Escape” for two hours.


Congrats To Dr. Teresa M. Evans On Your New Position

Dr. Teresa Evans has recently accepted an exciting new career opportunity.

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Meet 16 Women Scientists at UT Health San Antonio

Get to know sixteen women scientists at UT Health San Antonio and learn what inspired them to pursue a career in science.

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UT Health San Antonio Students Volunteer at San Antonio Food Bank

Together, with other community volunteers, UT Health San Antonio students packed 27,595 lbs of food (exceeding the goal of 25,000 lbs) and 2276 meals for those in need in 16 counties in Southwest Texas.

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Dr. Tyler Curiel in the news

Dr. Tyler Curiel was recognized for revolutionary research in cancer treatment.


​Pathways to Careers in Science Workshop Highlights Professionals From Across Diverse Career Paths

Twenty professionals from a variety of fields met at this year’s 4th annual Pathways to Careers in Science workshop on March 3 to talk about the many career paths available to early career scientists.

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James McCulloch: Physics, The Great Outdoors and Returning Home To Texas

​​James McCulloch is a first year in our Doctor of Medical Physics program, one of three nationally accredited DMP programs in the nation.


2017 Presidential Award winners recognized

19 members of the faculty and staff were honored March 6 with Presidential Awards from UT Health San Antonio. A special congrats to those associated with the graduate school!

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A Quick Q&A With Neuroscience Researcher Danielle Santana Coelho

Danielle Santana Coelho is investigating genetic and environmental factors that can contribute to the development of autism.

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Donations Needed For San Antonio State Hospital

​The School of Nursing is looking for items to help the San Antonio State Hospital. Drop off your donations by March 10.


Why You Should Care About What Happens with Texas Research Universities

Without innovations out of Texas research universities, that lightweight battery that allows you to carry around your smartphone, the online encryption that provides peace of mind for shopping online, and many pharmaceuticals that today save countless lives wouldn’t exist.

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#ScientistAtWork photo competition!

Submit your best science photo to win the chance to be featured in Nature.


Unique Science Outreach Opportunities

These are a few upcoming outreach opportunities through the Voelcker Bioscience Teaching Academy (VBTA).

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Orientation Leaders Needed

Build your leadership skills by serving as a UT Health Science Center Student Life Orientation Leader.


Free Webinar On Communicating Research

Interested in communicating your research to a broader audience? Check out this webinar on March 7.