In this issue
Dr. Han honored with UT System STARs award
Robert B. Price, longtime executive vice president
Dr. Cigarroa elected chairman of Ford Foundation board
Newsweek: Can CRISPR edit out autism? These scientists think so
Gene editing suppresses autism symptoms in mice
Research »
 
Gene editing suppresses autism symptoms in mice

Scientists at UT Health San Antonio have edited a gene in the brain to decrease the repetitive behaviors of mice with fragile X syndrome, which is an inherited cause of autism spectrum disorders.

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Awards and Honors »
 
Dr. Han honored with UT System STARs award

His laboratory focuses on lipidomics, a relatively new field of biomedical research which involves complex lipidome analysis.

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Community »
 
Dr. Cigarroa elected chairman of Ford Foundation board

Former chancellor of the UT System and transplant surgeon will lead the independent, nonprofit grant-making organization.

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In the News »
Newsweek: Can CRISPR edit out autism? These scientists think so

Scientists at UT Health Science Center San Antonio have figured how to use a form of the powerful gene-editing tool CRISPR to erase genetic traits normally associated with autism.

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In Memoriam »
Robert B. Price, longtime executive vice president

Robert B. Price, B.B.A, M.B.A., executive vice president for administration and business affairs at UT Health San Antonio for more than 30 years, died June 28 in San Antonio. He was 86.

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