Changing the Future of Science
Leaders emerge from the College of Sciences — in research and in education. Our programs impart the knowledge and skills required for success in competitive global marketplaces. We seek to inspire students of all ages and backgrounds to pursue research and applied sciences through traditional learning; collaborative, hands-on work; and outreach to pre-college aged students.
Dr. Aimin Liu has received a $1.3 million grant from the NIH
Dr. Aimin Liu
's lab makes historic fluorine discovery that will have a significant impact on how pharmaceutical companies develop new drug treatments » read more
Dr. Elizabeth Sooby Wood is leading an $800,000 Department of Energy NEUP project in collaboration with Dr. Kurt Terrani at Oak Ridge National Laboratory
Dr. Elizabeth Sooby Wood is the recipient of a $450,000 Nuclear Regulatory Commission Faculty Development grant; Dr. Arturo Ayón is the principal investigator and mentor for the award
Dr. Chiung-Yu Hung
receives $1.9 million grant from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services to develop anti-fungal vaccine » read more
Dr. Jenny Hsieh
and the Brain Health Consortium using "mini brains" to research complex, incurable brain disorders » read more
Dr. John Quarles
is developing virtual reality games specifically for people with MS and other disabilities » read more
Dr. Marcelo Marucho awarded a $1.5 million NIH grant for research on cytoskeleton filaments
UTSA Today Q&A: Dr. Astrid Cardona » read more
Dr. Carlos Paladini
invited to serve as a member of the NIAAA Board of Scientific Counselors
Memorial service for Dr. Brian Derrick
planned for July 28 » read more
Dr. Gelu Popescu
inducted into the UTSA Academy of Distinguished Researchers » read more
Dr. Ravi Sandhu
is a 2018 IEEE Innovaton in Societal Infrastructure Award recipient» read more
Dr. John McCarrey
is the 2018 recipient of the American Society of Andrology award
Dr. Changfeng Gui
is an organizer of the Banff International Research Station April 2018 workshop » read more
Dr. Kelly Nash
selected as an honoree of San Antonio Business Journal 2018 40 Under 40 awards » read more
Eleven COS Faculty and Staff members were recognized on December 8, 2017 for their commitment to excellence.
to see these outstanding people.
Attention COS Staff
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