UT Health San Antonio, UT Cockrell School of Engineering and the Dell Medical School in Austin have developed and are testing a low-cost, reliable medical bridge-ventilator to provide life support for patients with COVID-19 and other respiratory illnesses.

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Welcome to the Joe R. and Teresa Lozano Long School of Medicine at UT Health San Antonio - a great place to live, study, discover and practice medicine. A strong and supportive faculty, numerous opportunities for building clinical and research skills, and a high quality of life in a growing, prosperous city are a few of the reasons that distinguish us. Located in the heart of the South Texas Medical Center, we are a major part of the health care and bioscience industry of the area, and we have a firm commitment to serve the communities within San Antonio and the surrounding region.

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Musician Wade Bowen

Experts Save Singer’s Voice, Help Many Others

Texas Country singer Wade Bowen tell his story on being a grateful patient of the UT Voice Center and how our state-of-the-art clinic can help everyone.


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Specialists Help Young Adults Battling Cancer

Learn how the Adolescent and Young Adult (AYA) Cancer Program, a collaboration of the Long School of Medicine at UT Health San Antonio and University Health System (UHS), helps patients between 18 to 39 battle cancer and blood disorders.


Robert Hromas, M.D., FACP

Dean’s Message from Dr. Robert Hromas

Dean Hromas rallies for support for federal research funding and discusses the extraordinary efforts of our global health team.


 School of Medicine classes 1973, 2010 and 2015


Classes of 1973, 2010, 2015 met their class goal and established a Class Scholarship for a deserving student!

Did You Know?

•  Of the 45 graduating School of Medicine classes, only three have created a fully funded Endowed Scholarship for a deserving student.

•  It only takes $10,000 (collectively) to create a Class Scholarship to help a student.

•  If every graduate contributed just $50 each, they would collectively create a scholarship from their class to help a student.

•  Cost to sit for board exam for fourth-year students - $2,540


A Life Committed to Service

Leo Lopez III, M.D. Class of 2015

At Yale University, Dr. Leo Lopez is conducting research, teaching and caring for patients.


Graduate with Heart for Service Dedicated to Students, Patients

Dina Tom, M.D. Class of 2010

Graduate with a heart for service is dedicated to students and patients as a UT Health physician.


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