The first shipments of an experimental antibody therapy for COVID-19 have arrived in Texas. It’s not easy to pronounce, but bamlanivimab has been shown to prevent high-risk patients from ending up in the hospital. Watch the full story at News 4
San Antonio Express-News: As COVID vaccine arrival nears, San Antonio’s military hospitals, volunteers to participate in a new trialNovember 20, 2020
Dr. Robert Hromas, dean, Joe R. and Teresa Lozano Long School of Medicine, contributed to a front-page story of the San Antonio Express-News indicating that our city is expected to get limited doses of two vaccines, made by Moderna and Pfizer, that are being fast-tracked through the federal regulatory process; first responders and front-line health […]
I know we all are looking forward to a traditional Thanksgiving feast, but we all also know this Thanksgiving 2020 presents unfamiliar and, in most cases, unwelcome challenges. On what has historically been the most traveled holiday and a celebratory time with our loved ones, this year we must make difficult choices about gatherings.
Access to University Hospital from the third floor of the Medical School Building will be unavailable from Nov. 23 through Dec. 2 while hospital construction is underway. During this time, please use the Medical School Building’s first-floor access point to University Hospital. Any questions or comments may be directed to Facilities Management at 210-567-2880.
The marquee at the entrance of the Joe R. and Teresa Lozano Long Campus, known for its illuminating insights about upcoming events and other campus announcements, will be removed. The sign is several years old and is no longer functional, campus officials said. The removal process begins Nov. 23 and is expected to be completed […]
Lisa Cleveland, PhD, RN, FAAN, School of Nursing, was interviewed about the Bexar County Joint Opioid Task Force’s Harm Reduction initiative, which she co-leads and received funding to support through UT Health San Antonio. Read and watch the story.