Originally published on UTSA Today by Sarah Hada. (Oct. 19, 2018) — The UTSA Brain Health Consortium (BHC) is an interdisciplinary team encompassing faculty and researchers from the Colleges of Sciences, Engineering, and Liberal and Fine Arts, that uses the power of stem cells and precision medicine approaches to know the nature of brain disorders and translate
Originally published on UT Health San Antonio’s The Pipette Gazette by Charlotte Anthony on September 13, 2018 Francisca Acosta didn’t always know Biomedical Engineering was for her. “Up until I went to college, I thought I would go into medicine and be a doctor. I grew up not knowing what a Ph.D. was and I
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