Fifth annual San Antonio Combat PTSD Conference goes virtual, opens registration

September 8, 2020
 

SAN ANTONIO (Sept. 8, 2020) – Registration is now open for the fifth annual San Antonio Combat PTSD Conference, slated for Oct. 22-23, 2020. The conference will feature leaders in the field reporting advances in the assessment and treatment of combat-related post-traumatic stress disorder and co-occurring conditions. Pre-conference continuing education and clinical training opportunities are […]




Study shows promise for two-day therapy that treats PTSD and improves relationships

August 25, 2020
 

The pilot study offered a condensed version of cognitive-behavioral conjoint therapy for post-traumatic stress disorder (CBCT for PTSD) to military and veteran couples through the Consortium to Alleviate PTSD (CAP).




Study shows promise for two-day therapy that treats PTSD and improves relationships

August 24, 2020
 

SAN ANTONIO (Aug. 24, 2020) — Couples that include a partner with post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) may someday have access to a faster, more efficient therapy that treats the disorder and simultaneously improves their relationships. A new study published by the journal Behavior Therapy demonstrated that an established treatment that typically involves 15 weekly sessions could be […]




Mays Cancer Center awarded millions for research and recruitment

August 20, 2020
 

The Cancer Prevention and Research Institute of Texas awarded more than $10.3 million to the Mays Cancer Center.



CPRIT awards Mays Cancer Center more than $10.3 million

August 20, 2020
 

SAN ANTONIO (Aug. 20, 2020) — The Cancer Prevention and Research Institute of Texas awarded more than $10.3 million Aug. 19 to the Mays Cancer Center, home to UT Health San Antonio MD Anderson. The five grants include $6 million to recruit David Gius, MD, PhD, a breast cancer and radiation oncology researcher from the […]


Mays Cancer Center receives more than $10 million with NCI-Designated Cancer Center renewal

August 18, 2020
 

This continues the Mays Cancer Center’s legacy as one of only four NCI-designated Cancer Centers in Texas and one of 71 in the U.S.