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“We have a vaccine against smallpox, measles & chickenpox but Schistosomiasis​ is still on the rise," said Dr. Phillip LoVerde who has been working on schistosomiasis research for nearly 50 years.

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Congratulations to one of the graduates of the CSB PhD Program, Dr. Wilson Fok. Wilson, currently a postdoctoral scholar at +Washington University in St. Louis (Luis Batista lab) was named co-recipient of the 2016 Adel A. Yunis Award for Research Excellence given by the Hematology Division, Department of Medicine at WUSTL. 

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The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) is looking for applicants for the 2017 class of the CDC Evaluation Fellowship Program. The deadline for applying is April 14.

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Interested in a DDS/PhD? Two open positions for supporting Ph.D. students under the COSTAR T32 training grant. 

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On World Oral Health Day, we'd like to recognize DDS/PhD student Steven Farnsworth.

“A research degree would allow me to do research and teach, while the DDS degree would allow me to work with patients, treating individuals,” he said.

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Four M.D./Ph.D. students participated in the national residency match day.These are the new training steps for our graduates.

- Vinh Dao, Ph.D. - Internal Medicine, Translational Investigator Program, Stanford University
- David Melton, Ph.D. - Anesthesiology, Clinician Scientist Track, Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center
- Arpan Satsangi, Ph.D. - Urology, UT Health San Antonio
- Adam Rossano, M.D./ Ph.D. - Johns Hopkins University – Psychiatry/Research track 
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Get to know sixteen women scientists at UT Health San Antonio and learn what inspired them to pursue a career in science. #womeninscience

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Together, with other community volunteers at the +San Antonio Food Bank, +UT Health San Antonio students packed 27,595 lbs of food (exceeding the goal of 25,000 lbs) and 2276 meals for those in need in 16 counties in Southwest Texas at the Office of Student Life Community Service Day. goo.gl/jIUMYA



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Twenty professionals from a variety of fields met at this year’s 4th annual Pathways to Careers in Science workshop on March 3 to talk about the many career paths available to early career scientists. 
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