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“I was inspired by my father, a U.N. diplomat. I told him I wanted to be a doctor someday, and he took me to refugee camps and the Doctors Without Borders compound to see doctors there. And, that was one of my first experiences understanding how important health care access is.” Her first medical school […]
Dr. Ruth Berggren, Infectious Diseases, discussed voting during the pandemic and the latest vaccine developments. Read and watch the interview.
A new research review by Salud America! at UT Health San Antonio describes and proposes recommendations to address key mechanisms by which people discriminate against people of color and/or justify people being in poverty.
Amelie Ramirez, DrPH, is featured on this list of 14 Latinx Food Change Makers by Food Tank: The Think Tank for Food, for her work as leader of Salud America! and chair of the Department of Population Health Sciences at UT Health San Antonio. Read the story.
The arrival of fall marks the beginning of flu season. With COVID-19 still present in the community, it is especially important to get a flu vaccination this year. UT Health San Antonio offers employees multiple ways to receive their flu shot.
Texas Standard: ‘Almost ipso facto’ – San Antonio reaches 1,000 deaths from COVID-19 months after forced reopeningSeptember 18, 2020
Dr. Ruth Berggren, Infectious Diseases, is mentioned at the beginning of this chronology of events of the pandemic presented by the Texas Standard, a radio program produced in the state capital in collaboration with Texas Public Radio San Antonio, KUT Austin, KERA North Texas and Houston Public Media. Read and listen to the story.