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San Antonio Program Boosts Number Of Latino Students Seeking PhDs In Cancer Research

Author: GSBS | Category: In The News

Translational Science Ph.D. student Rosalie Aguilar was featured on Texas Public Radio for her affiliation with the Éxito! Latino Cancer Research Leadership Training program.



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Students Discuss Mental Health at the 2018 Mikiten Symposium

Author: Sofia Rios | Category: Around Campus

​This year's Mikiten featured poster sessions and three minute thesis (3MT) presentations. The event also hosted a keynote address led by Dr. Jair Soares, professor & chairman in Psychiatry, and Director of the Center of Excellence on Mood Disorders.



Comcats

Closing the Gap: Career Training for Scientists Beyond the Bench

Author: Catherine Cheng | Category: 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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Translational Science student Dr. Luis ‘Felipe’ Reyes Researches Pneumonia

Author: MaryAnn Hobbs | Category: Meet The Researcher

Here at UT Health one of the first international students in the Translational Science program, Luis ‘Felipe’ Reyes from Colombia, has already published multiple papers on his way to completing his dissertation for his Ph.D. in Translational Science.



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Bianca Cerqueira & Lauren Cornell’s company NovoThelium was featured in SA Express News!

Author: GSBS | Category: In The News

Bianca Cerqueira and Lauren Cornell company NovoThelium was featured on the My San Antonio from the Express-News! Their company hopes to revolutionize nipple reconstruction using tissue engineering technology so that reconstructed nipples maintain projection, pigmentation, and sensation.