• Five faculty receive 2017 Regents Outstanding Teaching Award0

    • August 24, 2017

    Five distinguished members of the faculty at UT Health San Antonio were honored with the 2017 Regents’ Outstanding Teaching Award from The University of Texas System. The 2017 winners from UT Health are: Constance Fry, M.D., associate professor, Department of Ophthalmology Kristy Y. Kosub, M.D., professor, Department of Medicine Brian L. Mealey, D.D.S., M.S., professor,

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  • Symposium on Stroke and Cerebrovascular Diseases0

    • August 24, 2017

    When Saturday, Oct. 21 Where Eilan Hotel and Spa, San Antonio Details This one-day conference will equip health care providers with practical, evidence-based knowledge for early stroke identification, evaluation, treatment, transport, and management. It is intended for all professionals involved in the diagnosis, treatment and management of stroke. For the complete agenda and registration information,

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  • CPRIT awards millions to UT Health San Antonio0

    • August 18, 2017

    Cancer prevention programs and initiatives to recruit faculty to UT Health San Antonio got a $3.5 million boost from the Cancer Prevention & Research Institute of Texas (CPRIT). The awards, announced Aug. 16, bring total funding to UT Health San Antonio by CPRIT to about $74.6 million since the program began in 2008. The UT Health Cancer

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    CPRIT awards millions to UT Health San Antonio
  • Nephrology division chief named0

    • August 15, 2017

    Kumar Sharma, M.D., was named chief of the Division of Nephrology and vice chair for research in the Department of Medicine.

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    Nephrology division chief named
  • New agent blocks growth of recurring breast cancer tumors0

    • August 9, 2017

    Ratna Vadlamudi, Ph.D., is principal investigator of a study describing the findings.

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    New agent blocks growth of recurring breast cancer tumors
  • Research advances fight against deadly parasite0

    • August 8, 2017

    Scientists at UT Health San Antonio have discovered why oxamniquine, a drug used to treat a global infection called schistosomiasis, is only effective against one species of the parasitic flatworm.

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    Research advances fight against deadly parasite

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