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Dialysis team rises to top Medicare ranking

August 1, 2018

The 5 star rating is only given to the top 10 percent of dialysis units.


San Antonio Business Journal: BioMed SA to recognize pioneers in military health care and beyond

July 31, 2018

BioMed SA has chosen Dr. Alan Peterson to receive its 2018 Award for Innovation in Healthcare and Bioscience.



Facilities Management introduces new reporting app

July 27, 2018

The RAP App allows faculty, staff, and students to report problems on-the-go through a timelier, more convenient and accessible reporting tool.


Education Assistance Program enhancements announced

July 26, 2018

It supports an employee’s decision to continue their education or pursue professional certifications.



President’s Gala 2018 to honor Peggy and Lowry Mays

July 25, 2018

Proceeds from the Sept. 29 event will establish the Peggy and Lowry Mays Patient Care Endowment.


School of Nursing names vice dean for research

July 24, 2018

Dr. Wang brings expertise on the use of health care technology in inter-professional research, education and collaborative practice, especially in aging, chronic illness management and primary care.


Rivard Report: Clinic’s comprehensive approach to diabetes care aims to reduce amputations

July 24, 2018

A multidisciplinary team of physicians and specialists at UT Health San Antonio provides treatment at a clinic that serves as a one-stop shop for patients who have lost – or are at risk of losing – a lower limb from diabetes. Read the story


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Dr. Jing Wang named School of Nursing’s vice dean for research

July 23, 2018

Jing Wang, Ph.D., M.P.H., M.S.N., RN, FAAN, has joined the UT Health San Antonio School of Nursing as vice dean for research. Dr. Wang, a professor and the holder of the Hugh Roy Cullen Professorship in Nursing, will guide faculty and student research …


Still time to register for Cardiology Fiesta

July 23, 2018

Cardiology Fiesta 2018, led by our renowned multi-disciplinary faculty, will take place Aug. 17-19 at La Cantera Resort in San Antonio.


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Abnormal gene copying seen in tauopathy fruit fly models

July 23, 2018

It sounds like science fiction: Nefarious genes clone themselves and settle their rogue copies in distant outposts of the galaxy (namely, our DNA), causing disease. But it’s a real phenomenon, and in research published July 23, scientists at UT Health …


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