Mark P. Goldberg, MD, will join UT Health San Antonio as director of the Institute for Integration of Medicine and Science, assistant vice president for translational research and principal investigator clinical and translational science awards (CTSA) program.
Through this initiative, families throughout Texas will have access to vital brain donation services and researchers will be able to diagnose numerous neurodegenerative disorders using brain autopsy tissue.
With a total workforce of 7,100, an operating budget of nearly $1 billion and missions of teaching, research and patient care, UT Health San Antonio is viewed as the catalyst for the local health care industry.
A safer Thanksgiving doesn’t mean a nonexistent one. The safest, almost no-risk Thanksgiving is a celebration with members of your household only.
Doctors aren’t sure of exactly how the flu and COVID-19 might interact, but highly recommend flu vaccines this year.
When astronauts Doug Hurley and Robert Behnken splash down somewhere in the Atlantic on Aug. 2, one of the first faces to welcome them back to Earth will be a UT Health San Antonio trained physician — NASA flight surgeon Stephen F. Hart, MD.