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Jennifer Donegan, graduate student at The University of Texas Health Science Center at San AntonioMary Jo Pugh, Ph.D., and her team analyzed the records of more than 90,000 older military veterans. The results showed that the suicidal ideation peaked before, not after, the drugs were prescribed.

<em>Click on image to make it larger.</em>Norma Martinez Rogers, Ph.D., RN, FAAN, has experience working with underserved populations. As a Health Science Center faculty member, she specializes in cultural diversity, mentoring, and the recruitment and retention of nursing students.

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Zachary Child, M.D., is fellowship-trained in orthopaedic oncology and orthopaedic spine surgery. His expertise makes a whole new range of spinal surgeries available. Only five  locations in the U.S. have an orthopaedic surgeon who is trained in complex spinal and musculoskeletal oncology.James D. Lechleiter, Ph.D., discovered that a class of compounds protects against traumatic brain injury. The compounds encourage “natural caretakers” in the brain called astrocytes to prevent swelling after a brain injury, which guards against further damage. 

<em>Click on image to make it larger.</em>A study by James Lechleiter, Ph.D., and Murat Digicaylioglu, M.D., Ph.D., shows that treating the astrocyte cells in an injured mouse brain with two compounds, 2-methylthio-ADP and MRS2365, significantly reduced swelling. 

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Tyler Curiel, M.D., is leading one of the seven teams working on the $8 million, international project to develop a new drug that could potentially fight many types of cancer.

<em>Click on image to make it larger.</em>James D. Lechleiter, Ph.D.Untreated Human Brain Tissue, Left, Treated Human Brain Tissue, Right, <br /> Astrocytes (green), Neurons (red)
 

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