State leaders ensure additional $9 million for RAHC

December 2, 2003

Gov. Rick Perry and Lt. Gov. David Dewhurst visited the Medical Education Division of the Regional Academic Health Center on Nov. 18 to make a most- welcome announcement just before the holidays – namely that line-item vetoes in the state budget had freed up an additional $9 million to fund RAHC operating costs.

10 tips for having a safe holiday season from your friends at UTHSC

November 24, 2003

Thanksgiving Day is almost here and Hanukkah, Kwanzaa, Christmas and New Year’s are just around the corner.

STEER earns national award from Association of Physician Assistant Programs

November 24, 2003

Contact: Will Sansom Phone: 210-567-2570 E-mail: San Antonio (Nov. 25, 2003) – The Association of Physician Assistant Programs (APAP) has  awarded the South Texas Environmental Education and Research (STEER) program with its  distinguished Partnership Award. The APAP bestows the award yearly on outstanding  educational programs whose efforts advance the APAP’s mission and physician assistant […]

UTHSC to co-sponsor IVth International Conference on Cancer-Induced Bone Diseases

November 21, 2003

At least 300 of the world’s best-known researchers in the field of bone metastasis and myeloma are expected to attend the IVth International Conference on Cancer-Induced Bone Diseases Dec. 7-9 in San Antonio, Texas.

Viagra® race car in S.A. Nov. 22 to help promote sexual health awareness to physicians

November 20, 2003

Sexual dysfunction and related problems are among some of the most common health problems in the country. Physicians and other health care providers will gather at the UTHSC to learn more about sexual disorders in men and women.

New animal imaging system at UTHSC just 5th in world

November 17, 2003

A newly acquired $410,000 SPECT/CT machine at The University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio (UTHSC) is just the fifth of its kind worldwide for obtaining super-high-resolution images of disease processes in rodents and other small animals, faculty researchers said.