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Bring your whole family to Viva Science SA

Come to the Witte Museum this Saturday, April 9, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. for a free, family-friendly event featuring a science poster fair and science-themed art. The event is hosted by UT Health San Antonio’s Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences with support from community partners.

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Register for San Antonio Oral Cancer Walk 2022

UT Health San Antonio School of Dentistry has partnered with The Oral Cancer Foundation to host The San Antonio Oral Cancer Walk 2022 on Saturday, April 23. The event raises awareness and funding for research, educational programs, advocacy and survivor support. Free oral cancer screenings and HPV vaccinations will be offered. Online/Pre-registration closes at noon on April 22. For more information email

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In the News »
San Antonio Business Journal: California recruit to head UT Health San Antonio’s huge funding push

This article profiles Anamaria Repetti, who has been tapped as the institution’s new vice president for development and chief development officer to lead the university’s Office of Institutional Advancement and its fundraising efforts.

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Yahoo Finance: Boosting liver mRNAs curbs appetite, body weight in obese mice

Dr. Masahiro Morita, PhD, of the Sam and Ann Barshop Institute and Department of Molecular Medicine; Dr. Sakie Katsumura, DDS, PhD, postdoctoral fellow in the Morita lab; and Dr. Nicolas Musi, MD, director of the Barshop Institute and professor in the Department of Medicine, are quoted in this article.

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KSAT 12: What parents need to know about traumatic brain injuries

Dr. Caitlyn Mooney, MD, sports medicine specialist, appeared as a guest for this interview segment, answering questions and educating viewers on traumatic brain injury as part of Brain Injury Awareness Month.

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AAMC News: The hunt for an AIDS vaccine approaches 40 with hope and caution

This story quotes Dr. Barbara Taylor, MD, MS, Infectious Diseases and assistant dean for the MD/MPH program. 

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