Instead of focusing on how to cure the disease, Dr. Frost’s team looked at what causes the disease—a buildup of tau proteins inside of cells and amyloid plaques outside of it, which disrupts and eventually kills brain cell function.
The UT Health San Antonio family donated more than 3,500 gifts for children hospitalized or being treated during the holiday season.
A UT Health San Antonio tradition continued Dec. 4 as President William L. Henrich, M.D., MACP, again hosted a Holiday Party featuring the San Antonio Symphony.
Sandeep Burma, Ph.D., professor of neurosurgery and of biochemistry and structural biology, received the Award for Excellence in Adult Basic Science at the Society for NeuroOncology Annual Meeting in Phoenix in November. The award, sponsored by the National Brain Tumor Society, was given for Dr. Burma’s research on the role of senescent astrocytes in promoting […]
He is assistant professor of pathology and laboratory medicine and director of the brain bank at the Biggs Institute.
Navy Vice Admiral Raquel C. Bono (ret.), a prominent national leader with ties to San Antonio and UT Health San Antonio, was featured by KENS 5, along with the Military Health Institute. She delivered the MHI’s Distinguished Lecture. View the story