The most important thing you’ll ever do for your baby might be something you do for your mouth – a checkup for gum disease during pregnancy.
Allied health professions students, who are critical future members of the health care team and have the potential to improve our nation’s response to acts of bioterrorism, natural disasters and other public health emergencies, are expected to benefit from training materials under development through “Texas C.A.R.E.s,” a statewide program coordinated by The University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio.
John F. Alderete, Ph.D., professor in the department of microbiology, has received the William A. Hinton Research Training Award from the American Society of Microbiology (ASM).
The leaders of institutions operating San Antonio’s three Level I trauma centers and the president of The University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio recently announced the formation of the Trauma Institute of San Antonio, Texas (TRISAT), an innovative and intensive project to more effectively marshal the region’s Level I trauma resources.
Ours is a fast-paced and mobile society. We motor at dizzying speeds to keep our busy schedules and put our nation’s children at risk in the process.
Lloyd Croft, D.D.S., clinical associate professor of periodontics, has been appointed as the first dentist to serve on the Texas Cancer Council (TCC).