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The value of an education, times 1,000

May 17, 2022

With the countdown to commencement for UT Health San Antonio’s Class of 2022 graduates, one way to measure student success is through the personal stories of what motivates individuals to pursue professions that make others’ lives better.


HealthDay News: During Pandemic, Growth of Clinicians With X-Waivers for Buprenorphine Prescribing Slowed

May 17, 2022

Dr. Holly Lanham, Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences/Be Well Texas, is quoted in this article.   Read More


Med Page Today: Brain Aging Markers Tied to Inflammatory Food

May 17, 2022

Dr. Debora Melo van Lent, postdoctoral research fellow at the Glenn Biggs Institute, is quoted in this article.   Read More


Texas Public Radio: The Source: Experts answer questions about sleep disorders and the health-related issues

May 17, 2022

Dr. Vincent Mysliwiec, Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences, was one of the guests for this podcast episode.   Listen to Episode


Texas Public Radio: Petrie Dish Podcast: ‘It turns the amplifier on’ — The impact of long COVID

May 17, 2022

Dr. Monica Verduzco-Gutierrez, Rehabilitation Medicine, was interviewed for this podcast episode.   Listen to Episode


Employees are eligible for A-list experience with Southwest Airlines

May 16, 2022

Sign up now through May 31 to take advantage of this promotional offer and receive A-list status for 90 business days.


Celebrating service milestones

May 16, 2022

UT Health San Antonio employees who have served in the UT System for milestone anniversaries from five to 50 years  were honored May 10 at the Service Anniversary Celebration for employees—the first held in person since 2019. There were more than 1,800 …


PhD graduate uses physics to improve treatments and expand medical technology

May 16, 2022

Victoria Bry has always aspired to understand how the world works and was naturally drawn to science from an early age, especially physics. She was accepted to the UT Health San Antonio’s Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences in the Radiological Sciences PhD Program in the fall of 2018, where she has been working to become a radiation oncology medical physicist.


From the Office of the Chief Financial Officer: International travel restrictions lifted

May 16, 2022

As authorized by UT System, COVID-19-related international travel restrictions for university business have been lifted for all members of the campus community. Although international travel bears a certain level of risk, travelers will hold the responsibility as it applies to pandemic, epidemic and endemic-related risks.


Bursar’s Office to temporarily relocate

May 16, 2022

Starting on Tuesday, May 31, the Bursar’s Office will be temporarily relocating to Room 1.140 in the School of Nursing.


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