August, 2016Congratulations to Sanum Khan, M.S., recent graduate of the CSB Master of Science Program in Anatomical Sciences. Sanum received the 2016 Armand J. Guarino Award for Academic Excellence in Master of Science Studies at the Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences Convocation on August 19.
Pictured at the ceremony are Sanum with Dr. Moore and Dr. David Weiss, Dean of the Graduate School.
Robin J. Leach, Ph.D. and
Alan Y. Sakaguchi, Ph.D.
at The University of Texas System website as well as the UT System News article:
Regents award $1.5 million share to outstanding UT System educators !
Read about their selection for the award in the UTHSCSA Newsroom article:
Seven faculty members receive Regents' Outstanding Teaching Award.
Congratulations to Bess Frost, recipient of The SALSI 'brain health' award!
SALSI awards $200,000 for brain health research initiatives, UTHSCSA Newsroom.
Congratulations to LuZhe Sun, Program Director, and Kay Oyajobi, co-Program Director on the renewal of the NCI T32 training grant on their first submission. Drs. Sun, Oyajobi and I also want to acknowledge Sarah and all CSB administrative assistants for their help with the proposal. Training grants take a lot of work and we appreciate all who made the submission possible.
July, 2016Congratulations to Bess Frost, the recipient of an AFAR New Investigator Award in Alzheimers Disease!
Congratulations to Bess Frost for recognition of her work on Alzheimer's disease through a press release in Science Daily! Brain cell death in Alzheimer's linked to structural flaw Study reveals multiple new leads for pursuing potential treatments. Also read the article in the Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences news The Pipette Gazette! New Findings in Alzheimer's Disease in Science Daily.
Congratulations to Bess Frost!
Recipient of a new Nathan Shock pilot project.
Congratulations to Bess Frost and George Perry for receiving a new SALSI award!
Congratulations to Chris Pena, a postdoctoral fellow and SABER.IRACDA Scholar in Robin Leach's lab, whose poster presentation won 2nd place at the annual IRACDA conference held last week at the University of Arizona, Tucson. There were over 90 posters presented by IRACDA scholars from 20 different NIGMS-funded IRACDA programs at institutions across the country including UTHSCSA (SABER Program), UPENN, Stanford, UC San Diego, UC San Francisco, Emory University, UNC Chapel Hill, UAB, Baylor COM, UT Austin, Einstein COM, etc!!
Congratulations to Lora Watts!
Recipient of a new Nathan Shock pilot project.
Congratulations to Ellen Kraig and Dean Kellogg for a new pilot grant from the Pepper Center!
CONGRATULATIONS to Award Winners at the Annual CSB Retreat:
Carrillo Memorial Fellowship: Brett Ipson from Al Fisher's lab
Rennels Memorial Award for Excellence in Graduate Studies: Rene Solano from Erzsi Kokovay's lab
Bowman Graduate Student of the Year Award: Kaitlyn N. Lewis, from Shelly Buffenstein's lab
Susan L. Naylor Award for Excellence in Postdoctoral Studies: Han Wang from Pei Wang's lab
Excellence in Graduate Student Education: Jim Lechleiter
Excellence in Health Professions Education: Lora Watts
Best poster, Postdoctoral Fellow: Han Wang, from Pei Wang's lab
Best Poster, MS Program: Sanum Khan, co-mentors Charleen Moore and Annette Occhialini
3rd place Poster, CSB PhD Program: Brian Stoveken from Jim Lechleiter's lab
2nd place Poster, CSB PhD Program: Jeffrey Cooney from Ricardo Aguiar's lab
1st place Poster, CSB PhD Program: April Cabang from Mike Wargovich's lab
Special thanks to the efforts of Samy Habib, Fred Richards, Kim Vinson, Rene Solano, Brent Fowler, Nourhan Abdelfattah, and Panneerdoss Subbarayalu for putting together a great retreat!
April, 2016Read the UTHSCSA Newsroom article on the 2016 Burial Ceremony! Burial of ashes honors willed body donors. April 28, 2016 - Joe Michael Feist, UTHSCSA Newsroom.
Photo by Kin Man Hui/San Antonio Express-News.
Congratulations to the Human Anatomy Program! Read the article published on the MySA - San Antonio News website.
Memorial honors individuals who donated their bodies to the University of Texas Health Science Center.
Photo by Kin Man Hui/San Antonio Express-News on April 27, 2016 8:07 PM.
Congratulations to Luiz Penalva for TWO new R21s!
March, 2016Congratulations to Kay Oyajobi for receiving a San Antonio Area Foundation grant!
Our own Kay Oyajobi visited with legislators on Capitol Hill!
By Debra Speert | March 10, 2016.
Congratulations to Landa Williams for getting an article in the AAA-Anatomy Now news!
Way to go, Landa!
From the Desk of the Advisory Committee for Young Anatomists (ACYA)
Finding Teaching Opportunities to Enhance your Portfolio
By Earlanda Williams, Ph.D.,
University of Texas Health Science Center San Antonio.
Congratulations to all who participated in the Shine Academy - Innovations in Health Science Education Annual Conference!
2016 Conference: "Caring for Ourselves so We Can Care for Others"
Top left picture includes (left to right). Mr. Bill Hendricson- Asst Dean UTHSCSA Dental School, Ellis Shwarts-DS4, Mai Luk-DS4, E. Williams, Elena Riccio-DS4, Alex Ling- DS4. Bottom left picture includes Dr. Sakaguchi and Dr. Moore at the display for their Innovative Teaching Project with 3D Printing. Middle picture- middle person is Mai Luk. Award was for 2nd place in Teaching Innovations poster competition. Top right picture is Dr. Sakaguchi's award for induction into the Kenneth Shine Academy of Health Science Education. Pictures compliments of Mai Luk.
February, 2016Check out KSAT12 news story and video on new anatomy labs with Annette Occhialini and Omid Rahimi!
Way to shine, folks!
New UT Health Science Center facility features 3-D technology.
Academic Learning and Teaching Center houses 33 interactive classrooms.
By Erica Hernandez - Producer, February 16, 2016
KSAT 12: New UT Health Science Center facility features 3-D technology
HSC Newsroom: February 17, 2016, contributor.
Omid Rahimi is shown demonstrating new technology at the opening of the ALTC!
Interactive Academic Learning & Teaching Center dedicated.
HSC Newsroom: February 16, 2016, Will Sansom.
Congratulations to Bess Frost for the recognition on her research article!
Mesh-like scaffold is disordered in Alzheimer's- affected cells. Skeleton that protects brain cells' control center is found to be damaged. SAN ANTONIO (Feb. 3, 2016)
EurekAlert! | American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS): Mesh-like scaffold is disordered in Alzheimer's-affected cells. Skeleton that protects brain cells' control center is found to be damaged. University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio, Public Release 4-Feb-2016.
Medical News Today (MNT): Mesh-like scaffold is disordered in Alzheimer's-affected cells. February 5, 2016.
January, 2016In addition to Kay, it turns out that Qitao Ran, Yidong Bai, and Alex Pertsemlidis were all awarded Owen's Foundation grants. Congratulations to all!
Congratulations to Kay Oyajobi for a new award from the Owens Foundation!