August 19, 2021
USA Paralympics sitting volleyball player Jillian Williams, who beat Ewing sarcoma with help from San Antonio and Houston medical teams, is going for the gold in the Tokyo Paralympics.
August 10, 2021
As children return to area schools this month, here are some points of interest about the delta COVID variant from experts at UT Health San Antonio.
CJ’s gift: How a doctor couple saved their baby’s life and gained valuable perspective on patient care
July 19, 2021
A day after baby CJ’s heart stopped, twice, his parents were presented grim options including a future for him hooked to machines or in end-of-life hospice care. Something kept them going, a feeling that they were better prepared than most.
July 9, 2021
A new video demonstrates how the School of Health Professions prepares students to make a difference in their future professions. “Our students take their outstanding educational and hands-on experiences and use them to do amazing things—to help people breathe better, move better, communicate better and live better,” said School of Health Professions Dean David Shelledy, […]
July 5, 2021
UT Health San Antonio employees now have the opportunity to support veterans and the Armed Forces through a partnership with American Corporate Partners (ACP), a national, non-profit organization dedicated to helping military service members transition to the private sector through one-on-one mentorship with business leaders. The UT System is currently the only public university system in the […]
June 23, 2021
UT Health San Antonio’s float in the Texas Cavaliers River Parade, June 21, celebrated the School of Dentistry’s 50th anniversary. Delayed for over year due to the pandemic, the theme for this year’s river parade was 2020 Vision. The faculty, staff and students from the School of Dentistry proudly represented UT Health San Antonio’s “Vision […]