“Decreasing the burden of cancer” is central to the mission of Mays Cancer Center at UT Health San Antonio. The center’s Executive Director Ruben Mesa, MD, FACP, shared that sentiment during a recent San Antonio Business Journal “Table of Experts” panel discussion on cancer research.
Learn how we are driving the future of research and treatment and how that can translate into economic growth that has a lasting impact on the San Antonio economy.
Based on data reported to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) as June 20, 2022, Bexar County has been elevated to yellow status, or medium-level for COVID-10 with positivity rates at 19.96% of those tested in Bexar County.
SAC members represent the interests of staff members in all schools and departments at our university and meet monthly with the Executive Committee to present recommendations and ideas. Find out more about how the SAC supports staff and how to share your ideas.
The fiscal year ends Aug. 31: Maximize your benefits before the new plan year starts
Our university's fiscal year ends Aug. 31, 2022, and some benefits expire. On Sept. 1, 2022, insurance deductibles return to zero. Use your valuable employee health benefits now before they’re gone. Find details about benefits that could be expiring soon.