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Faculty discuss genetics to promote new documentary

March 9, 2020

In conjunction with Ken Burns’ new documentary “The Gene: An Intimate History,” KLRN interviewed three researchers about how genetics has impacted their lives and work.

The Katy News: Long-lasting treatment drug could slow the opioid crisis

March 9, 2020

Researchers at the Long School of Medicine and at the University of Bath, U.K., are developing a long-lasting anti-opioid drug to protect against an overdose for a few weeks or longer.

San Antonio Express-News: Using vodka for DIY hand sanitizer doesn’t work

March 9, 2020

Dr. Fred Campbell explains why using vodka to make DIY hand sanitizer doesn’t work.

Missed the virtual town hall about coronavirus? Watch the recording

March 9, 2020

A recording of the virtual town hall about coronavirus is now available.

Stay vigilant and report phishing scams

March 6, 2020

By Office of Information Security The UT Health San Antonio community is being advised to watch out for phishing scams that have been on the rise. There has been a significant increase in texts and phone calls attempting to scam recipients into buying …

Presidential Awards honor exemplary faculty, staff

March 6, 2020

The 17 individuals and one team who were honored “embody the reason that UT Health San Antonio exists: to make lives better,” said Dr. William L. Henrich.

Spectrum News: In midst of coronavirus fear, doctor recalls SARS outbreak of 2003

March 6, 2020

Dr. Jan Patterson explains her work at a Toronto hospital during the SARS outbreak in 2003. 

Great Day SA: Facts not fear for the coronavirus

March 5, 2020

Dr. Fred Campbell said it’s important for people to know the facts about the virus and what’s happening to avoid being unnecessarily fearful.

KENS 5: San Antonio Metro Health confirms coronavirus test kits have arrived

March 5, 2020

Dr. Fred Campbell was interviewed about the new test kits, designed by the CDC and World Health Organization, to detect COVID-19.

What do a champion poultry judge and a renowned cardiologist have in common? They are both Dr. Allen Anderson

March 4, 2020

Long before becoming the Chief of Cardiology at UT Health San Antonio, Dr. Allen Anderson’s first job was working at his grandparent’s chicken farm, where he developed an uncanny knack for identifying the best birds.

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