School of Health Professions professor aims to elevate and expand dysphagia research in South Texas

June 7, 2023

Giselle Carnaby, PhD, MPH, professor in the Department of Health Sciences with cross-appointments in the Departments of Otolaryngology and Communication Sciences and Disorders in the School of Health Professions at The University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio, also known as UT Health San Antonio, is passionate about her research, which focuses on swallowing disorders (dysphagia), swallowing rehabilitation methods and survivorship.   

Joining the ranks of the frontline heroes

May 4, 2023

Madison StJohn discovered the respiratory care profession while watching news coverage of the COVID-19 pandemic. In those reports, StJohn heard respiratory therapists described as “frontline heroes” in the medical response to the pandemic that flooded hospitals with patients, many of whom needed mechanical ventilation support provided by specially trained respiratory therapists. “Respiratory therapists are the […]

2023 Presidential Ambassador Scholars recognized

May 4, 2023

  UT Health San Antonio’s 2023 Presidential Ambassador Scholars were officially recognized by President William L. Henrich, MD, MACP, on April 24. Dr. Henrich presented each student with their medals and recognized their achievements, with each ambassador awarded a $5,000 scholarship. The ambassadors represent the student body and the university at numerous events throughout the […]

School of Health Professions featured on Fiesta river parade float

April 26, 2023

The School of Health Professions represented UT Health San Antonio in the Texas Cavaliers River Parade on April 24. Faculty, staff and alumni of the School rode a barge in the parade, which was themed “Fantastic Voyages.” “I’m proud of the many ways in which the School of Health Professions helps support the health of […]

School of Health Professions faculty, staff and alumni ride a barge in the Texas Cavaliers River Parade