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Spinoff company wins Create the Future Design Contest

December 6, 2019

A device for organ and limb preservation developed by a UT Health San Antonio spinoff company is the grand prize winner in the 2019 Create the Future Design Contest. The Universal Limb/Organ Stasis System for Extended Storage, or ULiSSES™, was developed by Vascular Perfusion Solutions in San Antonio. The company includes  Tom DeBrooke, M.B.A., the […]


Dr. Frost receives TAMEST O’Donnell Award in Medicine

December 4, 2019

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.


KENS 5: How to check on family and friends’ mental health

December 2, 2019

If you’ve ever been concerned about a family member or friend’s mental health, you may have wondered about the best way to provide support. Watch the full story at KENS 5


Training available for mental health providers serving veterans with PTSD

November 22, 2019

Training is now available for community mental health providers in the Texas Gulf Coast region who serve military veterans affected by Hurricane Harvey. The program provides training in evidence-based treatments for post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). This new opportunity is made possible through a grant from the Bob Woodruff Foundation in partnership with the Qatar Harvey […]


Veterans affected by Hurricane Harvey eligible for free PTSD treatment

November 22, 2019

Veterans in the Texas Gulf Coast area can receive a three-week, intensive-outpatient treatment for post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) in San Antonio at no cost, thanks to a grant that pays for therapy, travel and lodging. Funding for the program, called Project Remission, was made possible by a partnership between the Bob Woodruff Foundation and the […]


Gifts for Children project in full swing

November 20, 2019

Want to make the holiday season a little brighter for sick and hospitalized kids? You can through UT Health San Antonio’s annual Gifts for Children project.