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Dr. Jan Patterson, Infectious Diseases, provided comments for this story about rising cases of COVID-19.   Read More
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Dr. Barbara Taylor, Infectious Diseases, was interviewed for this story about continuing COVID-19 precautions as daily cases are on the rise.   Read More
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Earlier this year The University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio (UT Health San Antonio), in partnership with Altus Biologics, launched infusion services at the Medical Arts & Research Center (MARC). With plans to expand in the future, this new service will allow UT Health San Antonio patients to receive novel biologic medications […]
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Dr. Sandeep Burma, Neurosurgery, is interviewed in this story.   Read More
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The UT Health San Antonio School of Nursing was featured in this article. Sara Gill, PhD, RN, IBCLC, FAAN, associate dean for Graduate Studies and Cynthia O’Neal, PhD, RN, associate dean of Undergraduate Studies, and two students, Rabab Arastu, DNP (Class of May 2022) and Fernando Anaya-Vasquez, BSN (Class of May 2022), were interviewed for […]
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Reena Pardiwala, PA-C, clinical director of the Texas Child Health Access Through Telemedicine program in the Department of Psychiatry, answered questions during this live interview segment.   Watch Video
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Inaugural cohort of 22 UT Health San Antonio faculty and staff receive microcredential certificate for “Promoting Active Learning Online.”
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UT Health San Antonio graduates from the School of Dentistry, School of Nursing, Long School of Medicine and Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences participated in the centuries-old hooding ceremony tradition to celebrate the culmination of their studies.
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“The achievements of these graduates mirror in so many ways the substantial advances of our UT Health San Antonio enterprise. The students are vital to our success, fundamental to how we are defined, and truly, an inspiration for our faculty and staff,” said William L. Henrich, MD, MACP, president of UT Health San Antonio.
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Memorial Day is a time for backyard barbecues, pool parties and time spent with family and friends. Most importantly, it is a time to remember the heroism of the men and women who died in military service, who died with the unwavering belief in a larger cause, something bigger than oneself: To love and protect one’s country.
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