The National Institutes of Health has awarded a five-year Academic Industry Partnership grant to the Mays Cancer Center at UT Health San Antonio and local partner Evestra Inc., the first grant of this kind awarded to the university.
Over the past eight years, the university’s School of Nursing has received $98 million in funding for research and programs focused on harm reduction and substance use disorder recovery, including the school’s street nursing program.
Forbes magazine’s list of Best-In-State Employers 2022 ranked UT Health San Antonio 12th out of 101 employers from all industries with major operations in Texas, and in the top five in the “Healthcare & Social” industry sector.
In this KENS 5 Medical Minute, Marcela Mazo Canola, MD, breast medical oncologist at UT Health San Antonio MD Anderson Cancer Center, discusses why 3D mammograms may provide better detection of breast cancer.
UT Health San Antonio faculty and staff, including some who are members of the University Health System Level 1 Trauma Team, have been honored by the San Antonio Business Journal for their professional contributions to the region’s health care industry.
UT Health San Antonio’s Center for Mucosal and Microbiome Biology welcomes researchers, health care professionals and students throughout the region to explore the latest discoveries in host-microbiome interactions and oral-gut-brain axis research. To learn more, gohere.