• Santikos Suite offers capability to study Alzheimer’s, other diseases0

    • October 5, 2017

    William L. Henrich, M.D., MACP, president of UT Health San Antonio, recognized the John L. Santikos Charitable Foundation, a fund of the San Antonio Area Foundation, on Oct. 2 for its $2.3 million gift to build the John L. Santikos CT and Nuclear Medicine Suite at the university. The state-of-the-art imaging suite is on the

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    Santikos Suite offers capability to study Alzheimer’s, other diseases
  • Express-News: Childhood cancer needs more attention0

    • October 2, 2017

    The following appeared in the San Antonio Express-News on Sept. 24. The author is Gregory J. Aune, M.D., Ph.D., assistant professor of pediatrics at the Greehey Children’s Cancer Research Institute. September is Childhood Cancer Awareness Month. Many citizens in our community may not realize that San Antonio is home to the Greehey Children’s Cancer Research

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  • Greehey Institute contributes to survey of RAS-sensing antibodies0

    • September 28, 2017

    Researchers from the Greehey Children’s Cancer Research Institute at UT Health San Antonio are co-authors on a paper published Sept. 26 in Science Signaling, a high-impact journal that is part of the Science family of journals. RAS mutations are implicated in several cancers, including lung, colorectal and pancreatic ductal carcinoma. The three RAS genes are

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  • New cancer center director welcomed0

    • September 14, 2017

    A reception honoring new UT Health Cancer Center Director Ruben A. Mesa, M.D., was held Sept. 14. Dr. Mesa began his post in August. The event was hosted by President William L. Henrich, M.D., MACP; Ron Rodriguez, M.D., Ph.D., interim dean of the Joe R. & Teresa Lozano Long School of Medicine; and Department of

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  • UT Health team finds way to measure key cell regulator’s activity0

    • September 5, 2017

    UT Health San Antonio researchers and co-authors in New York state on Monday (Sept. 4) reported an innovative approach that will enable scientists to study the most common regulator of our bodies’ cells, a molecule called guanosine-5′-triphosphate (GTP). Nature Methods, the world’s most prestigious journal for reporting novel biomedical technologies, published the team’s findings. The

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    UT Health team finds way to measure key cell regulator’s activity
  • H-E-B joins UT institutions to raise money for cancer patients0

    • August 23, 2017

    H-E-B is launching a fundraising campaign with The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center to help create a future free from cancer.

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    H-E-B joins UT institutions to raise money for cancer patients

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