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Serving our military

Author: CATHERINE DUNCAN | Category: GSBS Alumni

Christopher A. Rábago, Ph.D., PT, is not your typical physical therapist. And, he surely isn’t your usual biomedical researcher. His rare combination of biomedical engineering knowledge, analytical research skills and clinical abilities make him a perfect fit at a unique military treatment and research facility.



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Lauren and Bianca Featured on KLRN

Category: GSBS Alumni

Bianca Cerqueira and Lauren Cornell company NovoThelium was featured on SciTech Now. Their company hopes to revolutionize nipple reconstruction using tissue engineering technology so that reconstructed nipples maintain projection, pigmentation, and sensation.



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Dr. Is In: Finding A Creative Outlet

Author: GSBS | Category: Biomedical Engineering (M.S.)

Dr. Andrew Meyer talks about his love for pottery, science, and medicine.



Licensing

UT Health Signs Licensing Deal With Chinese Pharmaceutical Company

Author: GSBS | Category: In The News

UT Health San Antonio and UT Health Houston announced a landmark agreement Friday to grant exclusive global licenses for two biologic therapeutics to AlaMab Therapeutics Inc., a subsidiary of CSPC Pharmaceutical Group, in a deal that could be worth up to $114 million.



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Two students in the news!

Author: GSBS | Category: In The News

Bianca Cerqueira and Lauren Cornell used the cash prizes they won on 11 different occasions to co-found San Antonio-based NovoThelium to develop a biotechnology process that aids in breast reconstruction surgeries.