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Students Celebrate DNA Day

Students celebrated National DNA Day by making DNA candy helixes.


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Biomedical Engineering Graduate Students Visit Girls Inc. Eureka!

BMEGS-SA visited a different program of Girls Inc., called the Girls Inc. Eureka! program.


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Final Words: Dr. Shadzi Jebraeili

Dr. Shadzi Jebraeili worked on testing a new product to bond orthodontic brackets.


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Four Trainees Will Present at American Association of Immunologists (AAI) Annual Meeting

Four trainees in the IBMS’ Infection, Inflammation and Immunity (III) discipline and Department of Microbiology, Immunology and Molecular Genetics will make podium presentations in the upcoming American Association of Immunologists (AAI) Annual Meeting in Austin, Texas, May 4-8, 2018.


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Jeffrey Cooney successfully defended his Ph.D. dissertation!

Congratulations to one of our students in the Cancer Biology track, Jeffrey Cooney who successfully defended his PhD dissertation!


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Volunteer Ushers Needed for the 2018 GSBS Commencement

The Dean’s Office is gearing up for the 2018 GSBS Commencement Ceremony and as in the past, we are asking for your help to serve as ushers during the event!


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Student Groups Join March for Science in San Antonio

Student groups SACNAS and WISDOM participated at the March For Science.


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UT Health’s Fiesta medal celebrates our missions

The Fiesta medal is $10, cash or check only.


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Need to Frame Your Diploma? Here’s a discount.

The Graduate School has partnered with University Frames to get a discount on frames.


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Comedy Night

​The Graduate School recently invited Mike from ComedySportz to come and teach our graduate students a few improv tricks.


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Highlights from the 2018 Graduate Student Appreciation Week

The Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences recently celebrated Graduate Student Appreciation Week during the first week of April.


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Researchers develop new model to test pancreatic cancer drugs

Dr. Bruno Doiron was featured on Kens5 for his model to induce pancreatic cancer in mice.


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Cassidy Daw: Learning Immunology From Scratch

Cassidy Daw is a 2nd year Master’s student in our Immunology and Infection program. She will be joining the Integrated Biomedical Studies Ph.D. program in Infection, Inflammation & Immunity this fall.


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Sadiya Ahmad: 2018 Presidential Ambassador Scholar for the GSBS

Sadiya Ahmad has been selected as the 2018 Presidential Ambassador Scholar for the Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences.


Alumni

2018 Graduates: 12 Ways To Stay Connected

Be An Active Alum. Stay connected after graduation.


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Xiaojie Yu Has Accepted A Postdoctoral Position

Xiaojie Yu has accepted a postdoctoral position with Dr. Guillermina “Gigi” Lozano at the University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center.


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Final Words: Ara Alexandrian

Ara Alexandrian matched with a 2-year residency program at The University of Washington where he will receive clinical training in therapeutic medical physics.


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Closing the Gap: Career Training for Scientists Beyond the Bench

The Commercialization Catalysts (Comcats) are a group of students who work with the Office of Technology Commercialization on campus. Catherine Cheng, one of the group’s original founders, talks about the genesis of the group.


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300 Years of Health Event on May 12

300 Years of History and Advances in Health at San Antonio will highlight the past, present and future of medicine in San Antonio.


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Final Words: Kristen McConnell

Kristen McConnell will be attending a two-year residency program at the University of California, San Diego starting in July.


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Radiological Sciences Ph.D. students Match for Residency!

​Three of our Radiological Sciences Ph.D. students found out the results for their medical physics match on Wednesday!