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A message from HR: Leadership development opportunities

May 24, 2018

HR is offering faculty and staff opportunities to hone their leadership skills for today’s rapidly changing environments in higher education, research and health care.



Commencement 2018: Dreams come true

May 22, 2018

Congratulations, graduates, on joining an elite group—more than 35,850 alumni of The University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio. You make us proud!


Budget planner named to NACUBO Fellows Program

May 22, 2018

The program is a one-year professional development opportunity for a small cohort of promising higher education leaders in business and finance.


Dr. Segura named interim dean of School of Dentistry

May 21, 2018

She is a professor of comprehensive dentistry and the associate dean for academic, faculty and student affairs.



San Antonio Express-News: Mother, inspired by son’s health journey, graduates from medical school

May 21, 2018

The chief motivation amid the challenges for Alie Cole was her youngest child, 9-year-old Kasen, who without the health science center’s doctors might not be alive today.



Print ads show the how and the why of what we do at UT Health San Antonio

May 21, 2018

The print ads are appearing in publications such as San Antonio Magazine, San Antonio Woman and San Antonio Seniors Guide.



Chief Parks receives Distinguished Command Award

May 17, 2018

Chief Michael J. Parks of the UT Health San Antonio Police Department has received the Distinguished Command Award from the UT Office of the Director of Police.


CPRIT grant helps recruit top DNA repair scientist

May 17, 2018

Patrick Sung, D.Phil. (Courtesy, Yale University) The Cancer Prevention & Research Institute of Texas (CPRIT) has awarded $6 million to UT Health San Antonio to support the recruitment of internationally known biochemist Patrick Sung, D.Phil. Dr. S …


CPRIT grant helps recruit top DNA repair scientist

May 17, 2018

Dr. Sung’s discoveries have increased understanding of how DNA can repair damage induced by radiation, carcinogens and other causes.



Study: Gemcitabine helps prevent recurrence of low-grade bladder cancer

May 16, 2018

A multi-institution clinical trial involving researchers from UT Health San Antonio shows significantly lower recurrence of bladder cancer in patients who received the chemotherapy drug gemcitabine.


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