MD with Distinction in Research Candidate Review
Friday, January 27, 2023
Four MS4 medical students (Philip Yang, Skyler Kanegi, Meredith Harvey, and Michelle Sutanto) presented their research Capstone presentations to the Medical Student Research Review Committee, mentors, UME leadership, and the Office for Research. The Distinction in Research acknowledges medical students who demonstrate a commitment to enriching their medical education with independent research while maintaining high academic standards during medical school.
LSOM GME Research Training
Thursday January 5, 2023
The Office for Research invites residents to attend this lecture to expand on their clinical investigation skills.
Saturday October 22, 2022
Students, residents, fellows, staff, faculty and members of the community were invited to celebrate their accomplishments and collaborate with one another at Breakthroughs in Research.
October 5, 2022
The Office for Research hosted a Fall Social for medical students interested in research. The event consisted of a seminar where MS1 and MS2 students learned about research support and opportunities, and ended with a reception to promote student research networking with peers and the Office for Research leadership
July 28, 2022
Since 2013, the LSOM Dean’s Office has welcomed 7 cohorts, a total of 94 students, to train alongside UT Health San Antonio medical and graduate students in research laboratories across campus. Our Xiangya visiting medical students have seen great success in the laboratory as evident by numerous scientific publications and presentations.
June 23, 2022
La Frontera is a symposium that brings distinguished speakers together from different backgrounds to attack a common problem from multiple angles. The mission is to challenge conventional thinking to create greater impact. In the 2022 symposium, the UT Health San Antonio Department of of Biochemistry and Structural Biology teamed up with five subject matter experts to discuss how structural biology tools, including cryoEM, X-ray crystallography, and NMR, help delineate the mechanisms of major biological pathways and advance drug discovery efforts.
June 20, 2022
The LSOM Early Career Grant Development Program is a four-month program designed to enhance the grantsmanship skills of junior clinical faculty with limited experience submitting grants and interested in pursuing extramurally funded research. Upon completion of the program, each participant will be expected to have a proposal suitable for submission to an extramural agency.
June 10, 2022
The Dean’s Office and the Office for Research hosted a welcome luncheon for the incoming faculty. It provided an opportunity for new faculty members to network and listen to leadership on academic and research support available at the institution.
April 18, 2022
The Long School of Medicine Office for Research presented our annual research symposium 2022! During the symposium, the LSOM Dean’s Office hosted breakout sessions for roundtable discussions on diversity and inclusion, undergraduate and graduate medical education, multi-disciplinary research collaborations and global health challenges, and hosted a closing reception.
- MD with Distinction in Research Candidate Review
- LSOM GME Research Training Event
- La Frontera: The Twin Epidemics of Obesity and Non-Alcoholic Fatty Liver Disease
- Breakthroughs in Research
- Medical Student Fall Social
- Multi-PI Collaborative Luncheon
- Xiangya Visiting Medical Student Luncheon
- La Frontera: Novel Avenues to Drug Discovery
- Kickoff of OFR Grant Writing Development Program
- LSOM New Faculty Welcome
- LSOM Research Symposium