Banners announce School of Medicine’s national ranking

June 6, 2022

In recognition of the U.S. News and World Report’s Best Grad Schools for 2023 rankings, large banners were erected to showcase the Long School of Medicine’s achievement of being named a top 50 medical school for the second year in a row. The banners are located on the facade of the parking garage near the Long School of Medicine on the Long Campus.




Participate in San Antonio’s PRIDE Parade

June 3, 2022

The Office of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion invites faculty, staff and students to participate in the annual San Antonio PRIDE Parade celebration. UT Health San Antonio has reserved space to walk in the parade, featuring floats, marching units and local dignitaries.


The massive need for equitable Latino representation in clinical trials

May 31, 2022

Contributed and written by Cliff Despres, Institute for Health Promotion Research Latinos represent less than 10% of volunteers in cancer clinical trials. The lack of Latinos in clinical trials makes it harder for researchers to find treatments tailored for this group — which makes up 18.5% of the U.S. population and a diversity of heritages. This […]

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Memorial Day, a day of tribute: A message from President Henrich

May 23, 2022

Memorial Day is a time for backyard barbecues, pool parties and time spent with family and friends. Most importantly, it is a time to remember the heroism of the men and women who died in military service, who died with the unwavering belief in a larger cause, something bigger than oneself: To love and protect one’s country.


School of Nursing financial course to aid family caregivers in lowering out-of-pocket costs

May 9, 2022

To help Latino caregivers manage the high costs of care, UT Health San Antonio is offering a five-part, online course called CONFIDENCE Financial Education and Training. The first weekly course will begin 10:30 a.m. to noon on Thursday, May 12. Topics will include how to find community resources to displace out-of-pocket care costs, developing help-seeking skills, managing another persons’ money, balancing employment and caregiving and more.

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