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School of Dentistry receives $2 million federal grant for special-care dental clinic

 

The five-year U.S. Department of Health and Human Services grant will fund personnel and operating costs of the clinic, serving adults with special needs and children with medical complexities, including developmental and physical disabilities.


School of Nursing bachelor’s program ranks in top 5 percent
 
UT Health San Antonio School of Nursing entrance

Moving up 14 spots to No. 29 in the U.S. News & World Report’s 2022-2023 Best Colleges rankings for its Bachelor of Science in Nursing category, UT Health San Antonio also ranked No. 67 in the nation for the best Doctor of Nurse Practice graduate category.


Lowry Mays remembered for support of cancer patients
 
Philanthropist Lowry Mays and wife, Peggy, greet UT Health San Antonio President William L. Henrich, MD, MACP

Lowry Mays and his wife, Peggy, were longtime supporters of UT Health San Antonio’s Mays Cancer Center, the region’s National Cancer Institute-Designated Cancer Center.


Patient Care »
Understanding the risks of injury
 
Frank Buttacavoli, MD, discusses the risks of leaving an injury untreated.

In this KENS 5 Medical Minute, Frank Buttacavoli, MD, discusses the benefits of seeking immediate care when you are hurt.


Translating discoveries to improve patient care
 
Kate Lathrop, MD

Kate Lathrop, MD, explains the advantages of being a National Cancer Institute-Designated Cancer Center that can bring learning from the lab to the clinic and from the clinic back to the lab.


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How do we turn discoveries into lifesaving health care? From fighting disease to making research breakthroughs, we do everything it takes to lead the way to develop new therapies and treatments to care for you.

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Oct. 26-27: 7th annual San Antonio Combat PTSD Conference
Oct. 27: MHI Distinguished Lecture: Fighting Future Pandemics with Next Generation Vaccines
Nov. 3: Inaugural Symposium on Host-Microbiome Interactions
Feb. 15-17: Alamo Interprofessional Emergency Medicine Symposium 2023
In the News »
MySA.com: San Antonio doctor answers 4 big questions about omicron booster

Jason Bowling, MD, Infectious Diseases, is quoted in this article.


Texas Public Radio: Can telehealth solve America’s mental health crisis in schools?

Reena Pardiwala, PA-C, Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences, was a guest on this program.


The Atlantic: One of Long COVID’s Worst Symptoms Is Also Its Most Misunderstood

Monica Verduzco-Gutierrez, MD, Rehabilitation Medicine, is quoted in this story.


KPLC-TV, Lake Charles, LA: Health Headlines: New therapy helping veterans with headaches and memory loss

Donald McGeary, PhD, Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences, is quoted in this story.


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