Future Magazine

2017 issue

Thank You for Giving

The support of alumni, friends, parents, families and organizations allows the Long School of Medicine to be a world-class medical school.

Long School of Medicine Graduation 2017

Almost 200 medical students graduated on May 21 with a record number of family members participating in their hooding.

A Message from Your Alumni Board President

Chiufang Hwang, M.D., addresses her fellow alumni and recalls her days on the campus of UT Health San Antonio.

Make a Gift to Support Medical School Students

The Student Education Enhancement Fund supports medical students with mission trips, community service projects, study guides, and clinical training equipment.

Your Legacy, Our Future

Strategic gift planning allows you to find a way to address your financial goals while creating a lasting impact.
Christopher Wilson and his wife, Amy

Match Day 2017

Match Day 2017 saw more than 200 medical students from UT Health San Antonio learn their residency sites as they read their envelopes on stage at Floore Country Store.

The Future of Research – Michael A. Liss, M.D., M.A.S.

Physician-researcher concentrates on early detection of prostate cancer and kidney cancer as well as the interaction of host-microbiome in cancer development and treatment.
Back row (from left): Kathryn Klima, Fahael Khan, Bima Agrawal, Nydia Agrawal and Sam Afshar. Front row (from left): Callie Byrd, Christina Merritt and Laura Lindner.

Alumni Weekend 2016

Graduates enjoy tour of new academic center, dean's luncheon, dinner/auction and fellowship.
A Walzem Elementary student wears a vest that medical students Emily Sendukas (center) and Laura Zabalgoitia fill with bags of sugar representing extra calories students may consume throughout the day.

Students Share Nutrition Knowledge with Fourth-Graders

Medical students create 12-week nutrition course for elementary students with goal of preventing obesity.
Waridibo Allison, M.D., Ph.D., an infectious disease physician-researcher, studies HIV, Hepatitis C and Human Papillomavirus. She stresses the need for people to be screened and diagnosed so they can begin medical treatment.

The Future of Research – Waridibo Allison, M.D., Ph.D.

Infectious disease physician-researcher studying HIV, Hepatitis C and HPV to improve rates of screening, diagnosis and treatment.

The Future of Research – Ann V. Griffith, Ph.D.

Researcher develops novel method to study stromal cells to learn how they direct T cell development and how they change with age.
The Long School of Medicine is approaching its 50th anniversary of the doors opening to the medical school building on Sept. 3, 1968.

Medical School to Celebrate 50th Anniversary in 2018

The Long School of Medicine will celebrate 50 years since its door opened in the fall of 1968.
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