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SECC exceeds goal by nearly $40,000

October 29, 2019

The State Employee Charitable Campaign at UT Health San Antonio raised nearly $400,000, exceeded its goal and handily defeated UTSA in a one-day challenge for most contributors. The campaign began early in September with a goal of $360,000. The final a …

Vice Admiral Bono to deliver Military Health Institute’s Distinguished Lecture

October 29, 2019

Vice Admiral (Ret.) Raquel C. Bono, M.D. Navy Vice Admiral (Ret.) Raquel C. Bono, M.D., former director of the Defense Health Agency, will deliver the Military Health Institute’s Distinguished Lecture at 6:30 p.m., Thursday, Nov. 21, in Holly Auditoriu …

Rebecca McMahon and Ann Beal Salamone

Evolution of San Antonio Research Company

October 28, 2019

Rochal Industries, a former UT Health San Antonio collaborator, is a small, privately-held research company in San Antonio whose founders invented the first no-sting, liquid bandage in the late 1980s. The firm has released a new wound care product: the …

Office of Sponsored Programs to close for renovations

October 28, 2019

The Office of Sponsored Programs (OSP) will be closed for renovations Nov. 6-14, and is expected to reopen Nov. 15.


October 25, 2019

The Shred Day has been canceled due to the weather.

Wi-Fi enhancement will make your life better

October 25, 2019

UT Health San Antonio is enhancing its Wi-Fi system to better serve faculty, staff and students. Changes are set to occur Nov. 1.

Faculty member appointed to Texas Radiation Advisory Board

October 24, 2019

Texas Gov. Greg Abbott has reaapointed Darlene Metter, M.D., professor of radiology and family and community medicine in the Department of Radiology, to the Texas Radiation Advisory Board.

Her ideas spark community at UT Health San Antonio

October 24, 2019

The name Cindi Adcock might ring a bell. That’s likely because the State Employee Charitable Campaign (SECC) recently came to a close. During that time, your inbox may have gotten a little fuller than usual with Cindi’s emails reminding everyone to giv …

Bloodletting and more! A Nixon Library Halloween tour

October 24, 2019

The P.I. Nixon Medical Historical Library is hosting a Halloween tour, “Disturbing Medical Devices and Practices from the Past,” from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m., Oct. 31.

Feedback on the recent President’s Forum

October 23, 2019

Thank you to more than 500 of you who provided responses to our survey on the most recent President’s Forum. We appreciate the input and feedback. Congratulations to Angel Garcia, a research technician in the Department of Surgery, and Guadalupe Estrad …

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