Texas Biomed takes on a new way to communicate science to the public: podcasting
There is power in storytelling. That's why podcasts are growing in popularity. Interesting, compelling information about science is in demand. Texas Biomed is helping fill the niche with TXBioBytes from Texas Biomed. We'll be tackling topics like "TB or not TB" and "What do Snails have to do with it?"
Click here to listen to our first episodes and subscribe! If you sign up by email, our podcasts will simply arrive in your inbox once every two weeks. It's a great way to keep up with the fascinating science going on at Texas Biomed.
For now, computer models cannot replace animal models in medical research.
Texas Biomed and UT Health San Antonio Highlight Benefits of Animal Research and Care Provided
In recognition of Biomedical Research Awareness (BRAD) Day 2018 on April 19, Texas Biomed produced a video explaining why the larger animals used in studies at Texas Biomed and the smaller mammals used in studies at UT Health San Antonio are crucial to progress in biomedical research. Click here to view the video! And check out the Texas Biomed YouTube Channel.
Rob Davey, Ph.D., talks over dinner with members of the Founders Council.
The Founder's Council's "Dining and Discourse" was a Huge Success
Delicious cuisine and enlightening conversation. Both were on the menu at the March 26, 2018, Dining and Discourse event at The Argyle. More than a dozen tables featured many of our scientists discussing their research in areas ranging from aging to whooping cough. We had an outstanding turnout. Thanks to the Founder's Council and everyone who showed up. Texas Biomed is committed to sharing our progress with our donors, supporters and volunteers!