Long School of Medicine
Panel will determine guidelines for more than 50 of the most common syndromes that can develop into pediatric cancer.
After Liz Tullis’ 17-month-old son Conrad suffered a severe brain injury when he nearly drowned in a swimming pool in 2004, doctors advised her to withdraw care or perhaps institutionalize her child. But Tullis didn’t heed their words. Read the full story
One in a series Distinguished Junior Research Scholar Andrew D. J. Meyer, M.D., M.S., assistant professor, Division of Critical Care, Department of Pediatrics, Joe R. & Teresa Lozano Long School of Medicine Watch the video Remarks by Dr. Henrich at the March 6 awards dinner: “Dr. Meyer serves in the Department of Pediatrics as a […]
Chiquita A. Collins, Ph.D., has been named the inaugural vice dean for inclusion and diversity and chief diversity officer in the Joe R. & Teresa Lozano Long School of Medicine, Interim Dean Ronald Rodriguez, M.D., Ph.D., announced.
James Lechleiter wasn’t trying to save brain cells when he stumbled upon a discovery that would launch his pharmaceutical company. Read the full story at the Express-News
UT Health San Antonio researchers are learning how stem cell biology causes 30 percent of children who have a rare muscle cancer to relapse and not respond to treatment.