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Spirit Week photo winner named

November 12, 2018

Spirit Week 2018, Nov. 5-9, was a huge success with thousands of faculty, staff, students and residents celebrating all things possible at UT Health San Antonio. The winner of the photo contest was Murad Alrsheedi, a pediatric dental resident, who tagg …



Dr. Cigarroa receives AMA Foundation Award for Health Education

November 12, 2018

The award recognizes the exemplary work of physicians who have made impactful contributions to the field of medical education.



President Henrich inducted into Texas Diabetes Institute Wall of Honor

November 9, 2018

William L. Henrich, M.D., MACP, president, was honored Nov. 9 by the University Health System Foundation as a 2018 Texas Diabetes Institute Wall of Honor inductee and Vision of Research award winner. “Dr. Henrich is a physician, a healer, a specialist …


Beyond Meaningful Use

November 8, 2018

by Carrie Vaughan, for HealthLeaders Magazine, February 4, 2010 Better outcomes require better data. Technology can help the healthcare industry achieve better outcomes and cost savings, but only if providers incorporate decision-support tools and a co …



As it inspires the young, Science Expo 2018 will also warn about diabetes

November 8, 2018

Attention, news editors: On Saturday, Nov. 10, school buses and parent cars will descend on UT Health San Antonio’s campus for Science Expo 2018, the largest annual health and science careers pipeline program in Bexar County. The highly popular event i …


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Dr. Seshadri: We must end the Alzheimer’s tsunami

November 8, 2018

The Biggs Institute is an all-out commitment to quelling the rising tsunami. We do it for patients and families, in memory of a great friend to the San Antonio community, Glenn Biggs.



Long School of Medicine recognized by AAMC for community service

November 7, 2018

The AAMC noted five areas where the school is addressing community needs through clinical and scholarly means.


View the President’s Forum: People. Passion. Possibilities.

November 7, 2018

Watch the President’s Forum, held Nov. 1, and learn about new developments at UT Health San Antonio. Click here


Manjeet Rao, Ph.D., UT Health San Antonio

Tiny molecule has big effect in childhood brain tumor studies

November 6, 2018

A new study by UT Health San Antonio researchers found that a molecule thousands of times smaller than a gene is able to kill medulloblastoma, the most common childhood brain cancer.


Manjeet Rao, Ph.D., UT Health San Antonio

Tiny molecule has big effect in childhood brain tumor studies

November 6, 2018

Sometimes small things make the biggest differences. A new study by UT Health San Antonio researchers found that a molecule thousands of times smaller than a gene is able to kill medulloblastoma, the most common childhood brain cancer. This tiny molecu …


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