Research

Bradley Brimhall and Edward Medina

UT Health San Antonio, SwRI researchers win cancer detection challenge

February 13, 2019
 

UT Health San Antonio pathologists and Southwest Research Institute engineers placed first in an international challenge to develop an automated method to detect breast cancer tumor cells. They trained a computer algorithm previously used for automotive, robotics and defense applications to identify cancer cells for the BreastPathQ: Cancer Cellularity Challenge. The American Association of Physicists […]

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School of Health Professions names associate dean for research

February 13, 2019
 

Timothy A. Reistetter, Ph.D., OTR, FAOTA, has been named the associate dean for research in the School of Health Professions, announced the dean of the school, David C. Shelledy, Ph.D.

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Faculty members shine at Health Cell’s State of the Industry dinner

February 1, 2019
 

The presenters were selected based on their ability to convey interesting details of their personal/professional contributions to what San Antonio’s health care and bioscience industry achieved in 2018.

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Texas Public Radio: Can You Protect Your Brain From Alzheimer’s?

January 28, 2019
 

Alzheimer’s is a degenerative brain condition that affects thinking, memory and behavior. Read the full story at Texas Public Radio

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Dr. Forland receives medical society’s Distinguished Service Award

January 25, 2019
 

Emeritus professor Marvin Forland, M.D., a founding faculty member at what is now UT Health San Antonio, received the Distinguished Service Award from the Bexar County Medical Society at a Jan. 19 gala. Initially chief of the Division of Nephrology in the Department of Medicine, Dr. Forland went on to serve as associate dean for […]

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Practical Application of New Agents in Oncology conference set

January 25, 2019
 

The conference is designed to provide the latest information on results of clinical studies of new anticancer agents and current treatment strategies.

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