Road closure due to crane work at the Center for Brain Health

May 1, 2024

  Due to crane work to lift air conditioning units onto the top of the Center for Brain Health, a small section of Charles Katz Drive from the intersection of Floyd Curl Drive to the driveway of Garage G, will close from 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Saturday, May 11. If the work is […]




New requirement for accessing library resources

May 1, 2024

Effective June 3, all UT Health San Antonio affiliates will need to log in using their UT Health San Antonio domain username and password to access library resources, regardless of their location — on campus, off campus or via VPN. What to expect This change will not disrupt access to or availability of library resources […]


Bunnies steal the show at De-stress Fest

May 1, 2024

It’s hard to compete with bunnies. A guest appearance by eight adorable rabbits from Happy Tails Mobile Petting Zoo and Animal Sanctuary in Boerne stole the limelight at the recently held De-stress Fest, a biannual Student Life event offering a plethora of activities to help students unwind before their final exams. Hundreds of students gathered […]




Recognizing Nurses May 6–12

May 1, 2024

  Each year, National Nurses Week encourages nurses, other health care professionals, employers, community leaders and the public to recognize and promote the vast contributions and positive impact of America’s nurses. National Nurses Week begins on May 6 and ends on May 12, Florence Nightingale’s birthday. Nightingale was a British nurse, social reformer and statistician who […]




University community invited to President’s Forum May 13

April 30, 2024

The campus community is invited to join Acting President Robert Hromas, MD, FACP, for a President’s Forum on Monday, May 13, at the Pestana Lecture Hall on the Joe R. and Teresa Lozano Long Campus. Attendees can learn about the university’s continued growth and significant initiatives underway that position UT Health San Antonio to best meet the needs of […]


Treating the rise of colorectal cancer with personalized care

April 29, 2024

In some cases, colorectal cancer patients have tumors that are inoperable and spread to the liver. For these patients, the Mays Cancer Center offers a specialized chemotherapy delivery system called hepatic artery infusion, also known as HAI pump therapy.

Sukeshi Patel Arora, MD, speaks with a woman in blue shirt in a clinical space.