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UT Health San Antonio receives $6.4 million to study hepatitis C in HIV patients

December 13, 2017

SAN ANTONIO (Dec. 12, 2017) ― Waridibo Allison, M.D., Ph.D., assistant professor of infectious disease at UT Health San Antonio, has been awarded a three-year, $6.4 million grant to study hepatitis C in people living with HIV. The grant is from the Hea …


News from the Libraries: December

December 13, 2017

Read all the news from the libraries, including a CSL project with fourth graders and a partnership with Northwest Vista College. Click here From the UT Health San Antonio Newsroom.



Three faculty members named to UT’s Shine Academy

December 13, 2017

The academy fosters excellence in education in the health sciences by recognition of outstanding educators.


Dr. Weintraub named a 2017 AAAS Fellow

December 11, 2017

She was elected for pioneering work in the use of mass spectrometry.


USA Today: Controlled chaos: Trauma doctors, nurses labored to save lives in deadly mass shooting

December 11, 2017

As UT Health San Antonio doctors and other staff at University Hospital prepared to receive patients from the mass shooting at the First Baptist Church in Sutherland Springs, their training kicked in. Read the story


Dr. Barnes named to San Antonio Women’s Hall of Fame

December 11, 2017

She is a highly sought-after expert in the area of occupational therapy for school-age children with developmental disabilities.


Dr. Cavazos honored by American Epilepsy Society

December 11, 2017

He has performed extensive professional service to the epilepsy community as a member of NIH Study Sections and Panels for more than 15 years.


Service recognition program

December 11, 2017

When you have an anniversary, we celebrate!


Annual reporting of outside activities and interests

December 11, 2017

Reporting of outside activities and financial interests will begin in January.



UT Health going national to train providers in PTSD therapies

December 11, 2017

By Joel Williams UT Health San Antonio is going national in 2018 with an initiative aimed at training military- and veteran-serving community mental health providers  in evidence-based treatments for post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). Ultimately, t …


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