Following the series of “sting videos” aimed at Planned Parenthood and produced by the Center for Medical Progress, state legislatures and the House of Representatives opened a series of investigations targeting Planned Parenthood. While the investigations have found no wrongdoing on the part of Planned Parenthood, CMP’s videos have had a profound effect on legislation: […]
http://www.utsa.edu/today/2016/03/texasfreshair.htmlOn March 30-31, UTSA will host the Texas FreshAIR big data and data analytics conference, an academic industry roundtable organized by the UT System and co-sponsored by the UT Health Science Center. The conference will be held in the H-E-B University Center on the UTSA Main Campus. Read the full story at UTSA Today
Pregnancy can take a real toll on the body. As a woman’s hormones start to change, she may feel nausea, fatigue, dizziness, and mood swings, not to mention the anxiety and possible fear that can occur in the weeks leading up to actual childbirth. So how bad would it be to take the edge off […]
When people ask Travis Block what he does for a living, the conversation usually screeches to a halt when they learn he’s a scientist. “It’s gotten to where you tell somebody you’re a scientist, they put their hands up and say, “Don’t even try, I’m not going to understand,’” said Block, a graduate student at the University of Texas Health Science Center.
Supporting the growth of the bioscience industry in our region, the Health Science Center in 2010 awarded a $500,000 incentive grant to bring InCube Labs to San Antonio from San Jose, California. The city of San Antonio, Bexar County, the Texas Research and Technology Foundation and UTSA also partnered in this successful effort. The work continues to pay off today.
Proud of our rich history, President Henrich shares exciting new developments that are occurring between the Health Science Center and the military. Read about the Military Health Institute.