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Faculty member appointed deputy surgeon general

July 19, 2018

Daniel J. Dire, M.D., clinical professor in the Department of Emergency Medicine, has been appointed as the Army Deputy Surgeon General for Mobilization and Reserve Affairs.


Join us as new students enter the Joe R. & Teresa Lozano Long School of Medicine!

July 19, 2018

WHAT:    The White Coat Ceremony is a rite of passage for medical students entering the Joe R. & Teresa Lozano Long School of Medicine at UT Health San Antonio. During this ceremony, a white coat is placed on each student’s shoulders and the Hippoc …


Benefits Annual Enrollment is now open

July 16, 2018

You can now make changes to your benefits using the My UT Benefits online system. Changes can be made from July 15 to July 31.


News from the Libraries: July

July 16, 2018

Read about a new vending area, featured books and more.


Introducing Microsoft Forms app – A new data collection tool in Office 365

July 16, 2018

The Microsoft Office 365 Suite is the collaboration, mobility, and portability tool for UT Health San Antonio.



Still time to register for Cardio Renal Connections Conference July 20-21

July 13, 2018

San Antonio-area health care providers: If you’ve not yet registered for the Cardio Renal Connections Conference set for July 20-21, you still have time to do so! The conference is directed by UT Health San Antonio faculty Anand Prasad, M.D., associate …


Dr. Kudolo named chair of Department of Health Sciences

July 13, 2018

He has received numerous awards, including the Regents’ Outstanding Teaching Award, UT Health San Antonio’s Presidential Teaching Award, American Association for Clinical Chemistry Outstanding Speaker Award, and the School of Health Professions Distinguished Teaching Award.



Longs to receive UT System’s highest honor

July 12, 2018

Joe R. and Teresa Lozano Long, for whom the UT Health San Antonio School of Medicine and the central campus are named, will receive the UT System Board of Regents highest honor – the Santa Rita Award.


Nursing grad student wins humanism in health care essay contest

July 11, 2018

Rachel Sterling, a graduate student in the School of Nursing’s master’s program, has won second place in the Hope Babette Tang Humanism in Healthcare Essay contest sponsored by the Arnold P. Gold Foundation.



Study finds chronic pain self-management program effective

July 10, 2018

Program may represent an affordable and practical resource to help primary care clinics serve chronic pain patients through non-drug approaches.


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