Announcements

May is Hepatitis Awareness Month

The month of May is designated as Hepatitis Awareness Month in the United States.  During May, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and its public health partners work to shed light on this hidden epidemic by raising awareness of viral hepatitis and encourage priority populations to get tested.  For more information about current ReACH Center hepatitis C screening and preventions projects please visit http://stophepatitisc.com/

ReACH Assistant/ Associate/Professor Opening

Please visit our Job Opportunities page for more information about this exciting opportunity! 

ReACH Scholar, Dr. Carlos Jaén named to the board of National Library of Medicine

ReACH Scholar Carlos Jaén, MD, PhD, professor and chair of family and community medicine in the Joe R. & Teresa Lozano Long School of Medicine, has been appointed to the board of regents of the National Library of Medicine of the National Institutes of Health. Dr. Jaén’s special interests include improving preventive care for individuals of all ages, preventing complications from chronic diseases like diabetes, high blood pressure and heart disease.

 

 

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7411 John Smith Road

Suite 1050

San Antonio, TX

78229

 

Tel: 210-562-5551

Fax: 210-562-5560

Pediatrics

Anthony Scott, Evaluator:

  • Department of Health & Human Services (DHHS) and Centers for Disease Control Community Collaboration & Consultation to reduce Sexually Transmitted Infections
  • Texas Department of State Health Services project to integrate mental health services in a pediatric primary care setting
  • U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development Green and Healthy Homes research to investigate the Psyneuroimmunological Implications LEAD / ASTHMA Exposure for lead poison and asthma exposed children residing in HUD housing
  • U.S. Department of Health & Human Services (DHHS) Ryan White title 4 HIV Prevention and Intervention for Women and Children UTHSCSA & South Texas Grant

    Dr. Foster, Principal Investigator: Reducing childhood obesity using a community-based positive deviance model