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Melodi Bowman won 1st place for Best Presentation Poster Session

Neuroscience Graduate Student Melodi Bowman won 1st place for Best Presentation Poster Session, in the Graduate Student Category, for the Neuropharmacology Division of ASPET at EB2017.


Modzilla Science Fellowship

Fellows will spend 10 months starting September 2017 as community catalysts at their institutions, mentoring the next generation of open data practitioners and researchers and building lasting change in the global open science community.


WISDOM Pathways Dinner

During the course of our dinner, we will hear from scientists of diverse career paths. Two of the invited speakers include Jane Andrews, who is a Senior Consultant at Frost & Sullivan, and Ann Salamone, President at Rochal Industries, LLC.


One-year fellowship at the U.S. Food and Drug Administration

​The Office of Clinical Pharmacology (OCP) at the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) is currently seeking policy fellows for a one-year fellowship to conduct OCP and FDA policy evaluations that will advance new drug development and promote therapeutic individualization.

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Interested in Joining The Graduate School International Club?

A International Student Club for graduate students is starting up. All students are welcome to join.


From Football to a Ph.D.

Our student and former TCU Football player Peter LoCoco was featured in the Fort Worth Star-Telegram! He also successfully defended his dissertation!

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Meet Our New GSBS Presidential Ambassador Scholar: Roma Kaul

​Meet Roma Kaul, our new presidential ambassador scholar for the Graduate School.

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​Marjorie Molina-Wilkins: Cardiology, Research, and Good Customer Service

​Marjorie Molina-Wilkins became interested in science after stepping into a morgue. Today, she works at Schnitzler Cardiovascular Consultants as their clinical director and research coordinator.

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14 Fiesta Events You Don’t Want To Miss

Fiesta is in full swing in the Alamo City, check out some events starting Thursday April 20.


I-Corps™ offers researchers and scientists $50,000 team grants

67 percent of startups fail from a lack of feedback from experienced entrepreneurs. I-Corps™ offers researchers and scientists $50,000 team grants to test the commercial viability of their ideas.

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GSA Canyon Lake Retreat

The weekend planned for this trip will be October 6th – 8th.

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Neuroscience Graduate Student Denisse Paredes receives ACL&M Travel Scholarship Award!

Congratulations to Neuroscience graduate student Denisse Paredes on being selected for a University of Texas Center for Learning and Memory (ACL&M) Spring 2017 Trainee Travel Award!

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Neuroscience Alum In The News For Non-Addictive Painkiller Research

Neuroscience Alum Nicole Baganz who is now a Research Assistant Professor of Biomedical Science at Florida Atlantic University was featured for her work on non-addictive painkillers.

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Upcoming Awesome STEM Volunteer Opportunities

Love science outreach? Check out these opportunities to participate in STEM events.

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Erin Sybouts: Genetics, DNA Replication, and Knitting

Erin Sybouts is currently working on replication stress and fork stability using a unique technique called DNA combing.


​6 Tips To Help You Communicate Research as News

Wendy Rigby from Texas Public Radio gave students tips on how to better communicate their scientific research to the public.

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Bringing the UT experience to a local elementary school

​Great science outreach opportunity for UT Health students to engage with elementary students at Gilbert Elementary as well as other UT schools.

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Dr. Pavel Rodriguez Worked With A Drug That Could Target Major Health Care Problems

Dr. Pavel Rodriguez worked with a drug that could target major healthcare problems such as stroke and Alzheimer’s disease.


Congratulations to our IIMS-CTSA 8th Annual Frontiers of Translational Science Award Winners!

Congratulations to our IIMS-CTSA 8th Annual Frontiers of Translational Science Award Winners!

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​Marching For Science Is About More Than Marching

National co-chair of the March for Science Dr. Jonathan M Berman writes about his reasons for organizing the march.

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5 tricks to stop drowning in overwhelm

​As we get a bit further into our PhDs and beyond, we’re presented with more opportunities (exciting!) and also more expectations. I think we all reach a point of realisation that we are spread a bit too thinly and are drowning in overwhelm.

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Tales From AACR From Cancer Researcher Shih-Bo Huang

Shih-Bo Huang's research attracted attention from a group from Korea and they offered him an opportunity to collaborate.


GSBS Graduation Is This Friday

Ready to graduate? Be sure you know these important details for commencement.

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Dr. Tyler Curiel Interviewed By Texas Tribune

Dr. Tyler Curiel was interviewed by the Texas Tribute for his work on cancer immunology.

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Alum David Bearss in The News

Alum David Bearss is now the chief executive officer of Lehi-based biotech firm Tolero Pharmaceuticals, whose team of scientists is conducting clinical trials on a drug that has shown promise in treating acute myeloid leukemia, or AML.


Digital Anatomy Lab In The News

"This is our new digital anatomy lab space. We use it to enhance our anatomy teaching," said Dr. Omid Rahimi, UT-Health San Antonio anatomy and embryology professor.

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High School Student Wins First Place In The Biomedical and Health Category

Sandra Moon, a high school student in Dr. Sunil Ahuja's lab, won first place in the Biomedical and Health category at the Texas State Science Fair.

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Mohammad Obeidat: I’ve Watched More Than 30 SPURS Games

Mohammad Obeidat is a Spurs Enthusiast, it was one of the reasons he picked San Antonio over South Korea and Canada.


AAAS Science & Technology Policy Fellowships Informational Meeting on April 27

Interested in science policy? AAAS - The American Association for the Advancement of Science​ will be here to talk about their Science & Technology Policy Fellowships on April 27.

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UT Health Voices Videos Ready!

Watch the videos from UT Health Voices 2017 featuring speakers from each of the five schools at The University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio.

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Dr. David Cochran: Science, Dentistry, and British Sports Cars

Dr. David Cochran talks about the importance of having a hobby and his passion for science, dentistry, and British sports cars.

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Invest in Things That Matter

The future will be determined by the way we invest in emerging entrepreneurs and what sectors we choose to back, and by proxy what sectors we chose to believe in.


Fulbright Workshop On May 4

The Office of International Services is organizing a Fulbright Scholar Program Workshop for faculty, researchers, and administrators to learn more about opportunities to apply for a Fulbright scholarship or grant.


2017 Alumni Directory For Sale

We are so excited to announce that the Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences at The University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio's alumni directory is for sale.

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Sealy Hambright Off To UT Health Houston

William “Sealy” Hambright will be starting a position at UT Health in Houston after graduation.


Alumni Spotlight: Mimi Hasi-Zogaj & the Chromosome 18 Clinical Research Center

Alum Mimi Hasi-Zogaj is now a Research Area Specialist at the Chromosome 18 Clinical Research Center.

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Aaron Horning Will Be Starting A Postdoc At Stanford

Aaron Horning (Cancer Biology track) will be starting a postdoctoral fellow in the Stanford Cancer Systems Biology Scholars (CSBS) Program.