Melissa Ku, Nursing student

From testing to tested: A first-hand experience with COVID-19

September 3, 2020
 

As a member of the diagnostic COVID-19 laboratory at UT Health Rio Grande Valley’s Reverse transcription-polymerase chain reaction (RT-PCR) testing lab, UT Health San Antonio nursing student Melissa Ku witnessed the pandemic’s surge first hand. As the pandemic spread, Ku, who is in the final semester of nursing school, wanted to join the fight in […]



STRONG STAR: Working to alleviate PTSD in Veterans

July 31, 2020
 

PTSD, post-traumatic stress disorder, affects one out of 11 adults. Among military veterans, 11-20% are diagnosed with the disorder in a given year. PTSD oftentimes carries a stigma, making it difficult for veterans and others to reach out and seek professional help. STRONG STAR, which was founded in 2006 at UT Health San Antonio, is […]


Dr. Jason Bowling discusses the latest on coronavirus, how to prevent it

March 3, 2020
 

Dr. Jason Bowling, an infectious diseases specialist, answers questions about the coronavirus and shares tips to stay healthy.


Part II of Cranial Remolding: An intro to the program and the specialist behind it.

October 7, 2019
 

In this interview, Jim Brookshier, M.P.O., CLPO, shares his background and expertise in the field. See the video below to learn how he got involved and what he enjoys most about the program.


Cranial remolding: An intro to the program and the specialist behind it

September 24, 2019
 

In this interview, Darren Poidevin, CLPO, clinical director of the UT Health San Antonio Cranial Remolding Program, shares his background and expertise in the field. See the video below to hear how he got involved and what he enjoys most about the program.