With 8,700 UT Health San Antonio faculty, staff and students now vaccinated, and even more vaccinations distributed throughout the community, many are wondering if they can ditch their masks and return to social events. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has recently updated its guidelines for those who are now fully vaccinated against COVID-19.
Eduardo Marques Zilli, MD, assistant professor and neurologist with the Glenn Biggs Institute for Alzheimer’s and Neurodegenerative Diseases at UT Health San Antonio, was recently selected to take part in the 2021 America Academy of Neurology Diversity Leadership Program.
The Office of Student Life will relocate to the Briscoe Library on March 15 as part of a larger initiative to gather offices of the Division of Academic, Faculty and Student Affairs into a single location.
Joel Tsevat, MD, MPH, distinguished chair in the Department of Medicine and director of the ReACH Center, took groceries to the San Antonio Housing Authority on Saturday, Feb. 20, to help families facing food shortages in the aftermath of the unprecedented snow storms. After making a donation to Feeding Texas, and encouraging many of his out-of-state […]
After days of closures from the inclement winter weather, the School of Nursing’s COVID-19 vaccination clinic had a tremendous undertaking to make up for lost time when it reopened on Feb. 19. But faculty, students and staff came together, despite loss of power, lack of water and road closures, to vaccinate over 1,200 people. “We […]
A public servant at heart, Erick Reynero, research area specialist for the ReACH Center, quickly compiled and circulated a list of resources to help the community stay warm. “I know that thousands of homes on the Westside do not have insulation, and have plumbing and electrical systems that are outdated, and many do not have […]