Long School of Medicine
Each ambassador is awarded a $2,000 scholarship. The ambassadors, selected by their deans, represent the student body and the university at numerous events throughout the year.
Outstanding biology, chemistry and psychology students from three schools will compete.
The winners are Jo Ann Lieberman, academic programs coordinator, Department of Pediatrics, and Gloria Matthews, business administrator, Department of Pediatrics-Endocrinology.
The groundbreaking technology could revolutionize studies of pancreatic cancer initiation and progression, and spur new drug development.
Infectious diseases physician focuses her clinical practice and research on the care of people living with HIV.
To say that Dr. Francisco Cigarroa seems happy to be working as a transplant surgeon and professor after nearly six years as chancellor of the University of Texas System would be an understatement.