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Learning comes full circle for DEHS student

Emily Johnson is a second-year graduate student in the Master of Deaf Education and Hearing Science (DEHS) Program at the Joe R. and Teresa Lozano Long School of Medicine. Her learning journey to become a certified educator for deaf and hard-of-hearing children began when she was just a preschooler.

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UT Health San Antonio School of Dentistry and Straumann partner to create advanced digital patient treatment center

Promoting improved patient care, community learning, social impact The UT Health San Antonio School of Dentistry has entered into partnership with the Straumann Group, a world leader in implant components and digital equipment and services, to establis …


The Center for Brain Health (Opening in 2024-25)

With more than 50 studies, departments and centers, the Center for Brain Health at The University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio will be home to the institution’s many brain health initiatives. For a complete overview of these vital prog …


Vote today and every day until Feb. 15 to secure YourSA Readers’ Choice awards for UT Health San Antonio

Help UT Health San Antonio secure two spots in the San Antonio Express-News Readers’ Choice awards. The institution has advanced to the YourSA Readers’ Choice voting round in the “Medical Practice Group” and “Dentist” categories. Anyone can vote once p …

Want to improve brain health at midlife? Eat more omega-3s 

“Whereas prior studies have looked at this association in older populations, we now know that — even at younger ages — a diet that includes some omega-3 fatty acids protects the brain.” Claudia Satizabal, PhD, population health sciences, Biggs Institute for Alzheimer’s at UT Health San Antonio

We Can Stop the Spread

Now is not the time to let down our guard. Simple behaviors can keep us all safe from COVID-19.

Twenty-Four Seven: A podcast about caregiving

The Texas Public Radio podcast, “Twenty-Four Seven: A Podcast About Caregiving,” presents a thoughtful and helpful tool offering guidance to families and friends with loved ones experiencing dementia. In season three, host and longtime NPR journalist Kitty Eisele explores the importance of how caregivers are portrayed in popular culture. The podcast is proudly sponsored by The University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio and its Biggs Alzheimer’s Institute.

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