The Max and Minnie Tomerlin Voelcker Fund has awarded $1.45 million to support three innovative research projects and one pilot research project.
The Cancer Prevention & Research Institute of Texas awarded $6 million to UT Health San Antonio to support the recruitment of an internationally known biochemist.
Some children narrowly escape the horrors of drowning only to face a different kind of suffering: paralyzed, trapped inside their own bodies.
Noah Gutierrez wants to be super-fast, like his favorite superhero, the Flash. A new 3-D printed hand is giving him a boost.
UT Health San Antonio has entered into a landmark licensing deal to develop new treatments for breast cancer and spinal cord injuries.
A new era of aging research began when UT Health San Antonio broke ground on a new and expanded Sam & Ann Barshop Institute for Longevity & Aging Studies.
The best way to treat a cancer is to understand it. Researchers have added to the understanding of a broad swath of cancers, including acute myeloid leukemia and brain cancer.
Radiation therapy may be as good as bladder surgery at helping patients survive advanced bladder cancer, a new study shows.
Schistosomiasis is an infection of the larval worms of freshwater snails. More than a quarter of a billion people are infected. Combination drug therapy may hold the answer to containing the threat.
When Hurricane Harvey hit the Texas Gulf Coast in August as a Category 4 storm, the university community immediately responded.