Texas Biomed scientist receives up to $2.36 million NIH grant over 5 years to study new virus detection methods
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South Texas only academic cancer center designated by the National Cancer Institute and an international resource for the development of novel approaches for treating cancer.
Headquartered in San Antonio, Texas, Eagle Medical Services, LLC employs highly experienced technical personnel with established medical and research capabilities to support the advancement of health and the study and surveillance of the diseases that threaten quality of life, the environment, and world economics. EMS provides sound clinical approaches to address preventable global health risks through quality healthcare, rapid detection, intervention, and epidemiological analysis, as well as continuous medical based education and consultation.
The mission of START is to accelerate the development of new anticancer drugs with the purpose of improving quality of life and survival for patients with cancer. START consists of a team of highly trained physicians and staff with extensive experience in Phase I clinical trials research.
Southwest Research Institute is an independent, nonprofit, applied research and development organization benefiting government, industry and the public through innovative science and technology since 1947.
TASC provides systems engineering, integration and analytical decision-support services. In biosciences and health services, TASC offers capabilities in biomedical modeling and simulation; aerospace vision, health, and safety research; personal protection technologies; humans factors research; medical counter-measures against CBRNE; T&E of medical IT systems; professional and management services; data, financial, and visual analytics; and cloud computing and cyber security.
Texas Biomed is one of the nation’s leading independent biomedical research institutes, with marked success in genetics, neonatal development, and research on infectious, cardiovascular and metabolic diseases.
South Texas’ leading research institution, ranked in the top 5% of the 1,650 U.S. universities and non-profits receiving federal research funding.
The National Trauma Institute is a non-profit organization that assembles funds from public and private sources to support and prioritize trauma research and fosters civilian and military collaboration in trauma care and research.
The San Antonio Medical Foundation was established in 1947 with a primary purpose of obtaining a medical school for South Texas. Today, San Antonio Medical Foundation Trustees evaluate all requests, research the need and land required, and arrange leases to benefit the facility and the future development of the Medical Center. Priority is given to institutions providing research, education and selected medically-related services.
An innovation-based economic developer for San Antonio and South Texas, providing the physical infrastructure and start-up capital to bioscience-based enterprise.