UT Health San Antonio has garnered highly competitive National Institutes of Health grants to speed the translation of research discovery into improved patient care.
The Max and Minnie Tomerlin Voelcker Fund has awarded $1.45 million to support three innovative research projects and one pilot research project.
Some children narrowly escape the horrors of drowning only to face a different kind of suffering: paralyzed, trapped inside their own bodies.
The air we breathe proved almost fatal for one boy struggling to survive childhood leukemia.
Have you ever tried to make time go by faster by exercising to music? Distraction techniques may hold the key to pain management.
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.
About 10 percent of childhood cancer can be attributed to genetics. Scientists are now using genomic analysis to identify risk factors and diagnose cancer at an early age in children.
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.