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ITS TIME TEXAS


What are your treasures in a natural disaster?
With Hannah causing devastation in parts of Texas, our responses to natural disasters reveal are highest values--FAMILY and PETS RANKING #1!

Your UT Health San Antonio colleagues replied to the question, "what would be in the armload you grabbed?" :
Lauren Smith, marketing & communications manager, would grab a backpack, then family jewelry, a handful of photos, birth certificate, passport, wallet, dog Emma and throw her bike on shoulder. Emma is top priority!

Oscar Prieto, director of financial services, said "my arm is long enough to grab my family! (L-R) Santiago, Sofia, Cynthia, and Juliana...everything else can go!"
Cindi Adcock, community engagement & special projects coordinator, would first assist her elderly parents, and if time allows, would gather jewelry and family baby photos.
Research Round-up
American Society for Investigative Pathology recognizes Linda McManus, Ph.D. with the prestigious Robbins Distinguished Educator Award.

Greehey CCRI and Voelcker Young Investigator Yogesh Gupta, Ph.D. lead his team and collaborators to answer the question, "how does SARS-CoV-2 modify its mRNA to evade the host immune restriction?
Free, online 12 week program offered by Washington University starts August 24 for biomedical graduate students, trainees, and early career faculty designed to enhance skills in innovation and entrepreneurial thinking.

Elizabeth Brownell, Ph.D., M.A., will collaborate on research on the benefits of human milk for newborns with the clinical diagnosis of Neonatal Abstinence Syndrome.

Darpan Patel, Ph.D., co-director of the Biobehavioral Research Lab housed in the School of Nursing is conducting research on the physical and mental health impact of

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