The Department of Pediatrics at the University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio is proud to take on the roles of educators of both the current and next generation of health care providers, providers of cutting edge clinical care, as researchers unlocking the doors to new knowledge and advocates for our society's most precious asset — our children.
Beth Payne 2015 Recipient of the Carol Berkowitz Award for Lifetime of Advocacy and Leadership in Pediatric Medical Education
At this year's Association of Pediatric Program Directors spring conference, Beth Payne, Director of Academic Programs, and Assistant Pediatrics Residency Program Director was awarded the prestigious The Carol Berkowitz Award for Lifetime of Advocacy and Leadership in Pediatric Medical Education. The award honors a Program Coordinator for a lifetime of advocacy and leadership in pediatric medical education. Please congratulate Beth on this amazing achievement!
UT Health Science Center Student Group Planning a Healing Garden
Supported by faculty mentor Charleen M. Moore, Ph. D, the Garden Health Student Interest Group received school approval to design, implement, and create a self-sustaining medicinal & healing garden in in front of the university library. Please support our student group effort, buy a plant and t-shirt April 8th and April 22. All sale proceeds go towards the Healing Garden Project.
2014 Annual Report of Research, Scholarly Activity and Academic Accomplishments Published
Annual report of research, scholarly activity and academic accomplishments for the 2014 calendar year, organized by division, with an introduction by Thomas C. Mayes, M.D., M.B.A., Professor and Chairman for the Department of Pediatrics. Notes by Anthony J. Infante, M.D., Ph.D., Associate Chairman for Research & Academic Affairs Department of Pediatrics.
LINK: 2014 Annual Report (PDF)