Future Magazine

2019 issue
Alumni News

Alumni News

Alumni News offers updates on graduates from the 1970s through 2019!

A Life Committed to Service

For Leo Lopez III, M.D. Class of 2015, a brain injury in high school changed the trajectory of his life. This led him to earn his M.D. from the Long School of Medicine.

Graduate with Heart for Service Dedicated to Students, Patients

Dina Tom, M.D. Class of 2010, teaches medical students, cares for pediatric patients, and volunteers locally and abroad.

Graduation 2019

On May 18, 2019, the Joe R. and Teresa Lozano Long School of Medicine conferred Doctor of Medicine degrees to 210 graduates. Congratulations to the Class of 2019!
Match day 2019

Match Day 2019

Match Day on March 15, 2019, was a joyful event for more than 650 medical students, their families and friends. After opening their envelopes, 202 students learned where their residencies would take them.
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Providing Pediatric Cancer Patient Care

At the Pediatric Blood and Cancer Center, pediatric hematology and oncology physicians are offering children advanced and compassionate patient care.

Specialists Help Young Adults Battling Cancer

UT Health physicians are dedicated to helping adolescents and young adults, a special group battling cancer. These patients juggle many responsibilities while fighting for their lives.

Experts Save Singer’s Voice, Help Many Others

The UT Voice Center, which is part of UT Health Physicians, is a multidisciplinary, state-of-the-art clinic dedicated to helping individuals with voice, eating, swallowing and breathing disorders.

World-Renowned Biochemist Returns to UT Health

Patrick Sung, D.Phil., moved his extensive lab to UT Health San Antonio to continue his research on DNA repair and specifically the function the BRCA1 and BRCA2 genes play in that repair.

Battling Opioid Epidemic with Science, Compassion

Jennifer S. Potter, Ph.D., M.P.H., national expert on opioid use disorder, performs research on the prevention and treatment of substance use disorders and is leading a statewide treatment effort.
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Congratulations to Long School of Medicine physicians and researchers who have been recognized for excellence in education, patient care and research.
Robert Hromas, M.D., FACP

Dean’s Message

Dear friends, In medicine, for every advance you make, it feels like you also can take a step back. For example, when I was a young oncologist, I never thought we would see a survival plateau in metastatic melanoma, but today we do. With the new immune checkpoint inhibitors for melanoma, we can generate long-term, […]
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