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Scientists at UT Health San Antonio have discovered why oxamniquine, a drug used to treat a global infection called schistosomiasis, is only effective against one species of the parasitic flatworm.
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