Long School of Medicine
New infusion services offered treat arthritis, lupus, multiple sclerosis and other immune-mediated diseasesMay 24, 2022
Earlier this year The University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio (UT Health San Antonio), in partnership with Altus Biologics, launched infusion services at the Medical Arts & Research Center (MARC). This new service will allow patients to receive the novel biologic medications that have revolutionized the treatment of immune-mediated diseases. Biologic medications […]
With the countdown to commencement for UT Health San Antonio’s Class of 2022, one way to measure student success is through the personal stories of what motivates individuals to pursue professions that make others’ lives better. Here are five of many graduate success stories.
UT Health San Antonio employees who have served in the UT System for milestone anniversaries from five to 50 years were honored May 10 at the Service Anniversary Celebration for employees—the first held in person since 2019. There were more than 1,800 employees recognized and more than 500 in attendance to enjoy food, drinks, live […]
UT Health San Antonio Long School of Medicine graduate Roshni Ray wants to continue working with refugees and exploring narrative medicine during her obstetrics and gynecology residency.
UT Health San Antonio is regional provider for school youth mental and behavioral health telemedicine servicesApril 27, 2022
As part of the Texas Child Mental Health Care Consortium, The University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio (UT Health San Antonio) serves as the region’s coordinating and provider site for Texas Child Health Access Through Telemedicine (TCHATT), a program integrated within schools that provides mental and behavioral health care for students.
Dr. Marjorie David, Pathology and Laboratory Medicine, is quoted in this San Antonio Report article about the BA.2 variant in Bexar County and how UT Health San Antonio pathology lab is the only one in the county performing genome sequencing to determine variants of the coronavirus. Read story