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New Asian food concept, Say It Ain’t Soy, to open on campus

New food place to open--replacing the Erbert’s & Gerbert’s sandwich shop.


AAAS Mass Media Science & Engineering Fellowship - Call for Application

The AAAS Mass Media Science & Engineering Fellowship places science, engineering, and mathematics students and postdocs at media organizations nationwide.


Scientists, Lectures and Biotech, Oh My!

A firsthand account of the Society for Neuroscience conference from MaryAnn Hobbs.

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Neuroscience Students at the Society for Neuroscience Conference

Many of us in the neuroscience discipline here at UT Health San Antonio were fortunate enough to go to the Society for Neuroscience conference.


Why I Love Reviewer 2

Feedback can feel like a very mixed blessing at times. Positive feedback is a delight to receive, while even the most constructive criticism can come as a crushing blow.


Writer’s Block Debunked

I don’t believe in writer’s block.


10 Tips for Successful Collaboration

Writing a journal article with a colleague, or working in a research team with people from other organisations, can be life-enhancing. Ideas build on ideas; tasks are allocated according to people’s strengths and abilities; the results are loads better than anything you could achieve alone.

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Future Health Professionals Explore Their Options

Health Occupations Students of America affiliated high school students gathered on Nov. 11 at UT Health San Antonio for the annual Science Expo. The event is designed to give students a unique insight into health professions or research-based careers.


Can Your Science Be Commercialized?

​Not all science can or should be commercialized.

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San Antonio Entrepreneurship Week 2017

Connect with leading innovators at San Antonio Entrepreneurship week showcasing the impact of bioscience on sports, art & food.


San Antonio’s bioscience sector expanding its global reach

San Antonio's bioscience industry was featured in a new​ San Antonio Express News article.


Biomedical Science Careers Student Conference in Boston

Looking for an opportunity to network and meet advisors/role models from the basic and clinical sciences, medicine, public health, academia and the biopharmaceutical industry? Attend the 2018 Biomedical Science Careers Student Conference in Boston. There is no fee to attend.


A Message From Your Student Government Association Reps

If y'all have any concerns like problems with parking, or student counseling center, or dark alleys on campus making you feel unsafe please feel free to contact one of us

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Faculty Spotlight: 21 Questions With Dr. Karl Rodriguez

Dr. Karl Rodriguez is a new faculty in the Department of Cell Systems and Anatomy and alumnus of the Molecular Medicine Ph.D. program.

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Faculty Profile: 8 Questions With Dr. Lily Dong

Dr. Lily Dong is a faculty member in the Department of Cell Systems & Anatomy.

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A Tragedy of Our Own

"We’re not just geographically close to this tragedy, we’re emotionally close, We know people who were directly affected. Victims are being treated at the University Hospital. Being sad is okay." writes Jonathan Max Berman about the Sutherland Springs shooting.

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Alumni Spotlight: Ketan Marballi

Alum Ketan Marballi currently works as a postdoctoral fellow in Dr. Amelia Gallitano’s laboratory at the University of Arizona, College of Medicine.


Updates from the Pharmacology Graduate Student Symposium

Congratulations to graduate students Melodi Bowman, Michelle Doyle and Hudson Smith who won best poster presentations at The Department of Pharmacology annual graduate student symposium.