Our research in longevity and aging explores new ways of improving quality of life and lifespan for those with age-related disease.
Our military health research seeks to combat health issues facing our military today.
Our research in neuroscience extends from single cell studies to targeting specific neurological diseases, disorders, and trauma.
Our research in regenerative medicine ranges from cellular study to engineering new body tissues.
UT Health San Antonio and Research Partners Lead the Way
UT Health San Antonio is committed to training tomorrow's talent, who are relentlessly pursuing discoveries that translate into life-changing, life-saving technologies. Critical to these breakthroughs are our 8 state of the art core lab facilities that create the pathway for investigators to do cutting-edge research leading to treatments for our local and global communities.
UT Health San Antonio, located in Military City, U.S.A., has a rich history of research collaboration with the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs leading to publications in top peer-reviewed journals with global impact. Research partnerships are ground zero for discovery leading to better patient care and outcomes for both active and civilian patients. UT Health San Antonio recognizes the power of partnership and collaboration in research as we seek new knowledge about treatments, cures, and discoveries. Find out more about our collaboration opportunities by contacting the Office of the Vice President for Research at 210-567-3720 or firstname.lastname@example.org.