Evolution of San Antonio Research Company

October 28, 2019

Rochal Industries, a former UT Health San Antonio collaborator, is a small, privately-held research company in San Antonio whose founders invented the first no-sting, liquid bandage in the late 1980s. The firm has released a new wound care product: the Biakos antimicrobial skin and wound cleanser, designed to remove harmful microbes from post-surgical wounds, pressure […]

Rebecca McMahon and Ann Beal Salamone


Her ideas spark community at UT Health San Antonio

October 24, 2019

The name Cindi Adcock might ring a bell. That’s likely because the State Employee Charitable Campaign (SECC) recently came to a close. During that time, your inbox may have gotten a little fuller than usual with Cindi’s emails reminding everyone to give back to the community through their contribution, not to mention reminders for food […]


Melissa’s breast cancer journey

October 15, 2019

For Melissa Stockhoff, wife and mother to three small kids, life moves fast. She grew up in Idaho and made her way across the country before landing in Texas with her family. But in 2015, at the age of 33, her world came to a stop. What started out as a suspicious lump in her […]



Teamwork is the nucleus of every success

September 30, 2019

Futuristic MRI scanners and X-ray devices can be seen throughout UT Health San Antonio’s campuses. Inspecting and assuring these advanced radiology medical devices often proves to be a daunting task, but they’re no match for one very important staff member. Meet Jennifer Cerecero, M.S., director of radiation safety at UT Health San Antonio. During her […]

Jennifer Cerecero