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Michael Contreras also known as Smiley greets each visitor with a smile.
Dr. Ken Hargreaves was awarded at the Military Health System Research Symposium.
Abdulmajeed Mohammed Al Shujaa works on pain and stem cells regenerative therapy with emphasis on translational research.
Neuroscience student Allie Sharp is researching the underlying mechanisms of prostate cancer.
Ahsan Choudary plans to start his own biotech company.
Heart disease researcher Ngoni Madungwe is working on research to find ways to regrow damaged hearts.
Danielle Santana Coelho is investigating genetic and environmental factors that can contribute to the development of autism.
Michael Guderyon is working to create a way for people to safely transplant stem cells.
SACNAS has chosen to hold their annual Diversity in STEM Conference here in San Antonio.
Shih-Bo Huang is currently working in Dr. Pratap Kumar’s lab on prostate cancer research.
Calais Prince works as a postdoctoral intramural research trainee at the National Institute on Aging.
Six trainees represented UT Health San Antonio at the 2018 American Association of Immunologists Annual Meeting.
The Graduate School has launched a new graduate program, the Master of Science in Personalized Molecular Medicine.
Kimberly Kron chose UT Health San Antonio for the option to be a completely online student, and of course the cost.
Ngoni Madungwe has been awarded an AHA Predoctoral Fellowship to support his graduate training in cardiovascular research.
Dr. Cara Gonzales is a dentist scientist with an active translational research program focused on oral cancer.
Grace Porter Porter currently works in Dr. Jason O’Connor’s lab on neuroinflammation and depression research.
M.D./Ph.D. student Curtis Clark will be giving a podium presentation at Immunology 2018.
Doctor of Medical Physics student James McCulloch is learning to use elements of radiation to deliver cancer treatment.
Dr. Nilam Soni love for point-of-care ultrasound started in medical school when he saw the possibilities beyond its use today.
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Nancy Nguyen works to find therapeutics for cardiovascular disease.
Alex Kirkpatrick is researching a unique bacterial toxin.
Dr. David Morilak was awarded the CPRIT grant used to study cognitive impairment.
Several UT Health San Antonio graduate students had the opportunity to attend the Health Cell’s State of the Industry.
The Initiative on Maximizing Student Development (IMSD) program held a lunch to celebrate mentor relationships.
M.D./Ph.D. graduate student Brett Ipson talks about how he decided he wanted to be a pediatrician and a researcher.
Alum Dr. Thomas Champney recently published a textbook on clinical neuroanatomy.
The graduate school is launching four new scholarships.
Alum Ketan Marballi currently works as a postdoctoral fellow at the University of Arizona, College of Medicine.
Nine quick questions with Director and Professor of Pharmacology Dr. David Morilak.
The UT Voices event encouraged networking between students and alumni.
Dr. Leonard Pinchuk, holder of more than 100 issued U.S. patents, visited campus to talk to students.
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The Biomedical Engineering Graduate Society is collecting food cans and donations for those affected by Hurricane Harvey.
The Hambrights came to San Antonio to complete doctoral degrees and left with more than they could’ve imagined.
A group of graduate students volunteered at Café College.
Faculty member Dr. Lizhen Chen answers 9 questions.
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Steven Farnsworth is a dentist, scientist, and eagle scout.
Alicia Avelar is interested in discovering a useful treatment for cocaine abuse.
GSBS Alum Yash Tiwari loves hiking and his new job as a product development engineer.
Carolina Cantu is working in Dr. Ann Griffith's lab to develop novel approaches to extend the health span during aging.
Meet Roma Kaul, our new presidential ambassador scholar for the Graduate School.
The Doctorate of Medical Physics program is the third nationally accredited DMP program in the nation.
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