UT Health San Antonio conducts studies involving use of medical devices, gene therapy and echocardiography (ultrasound waves) to improve diagnosis and treatment, and to minimize the incidence of heart attack and heart failure.
Dr. Solis-Herrera is studying mechanisms to explain cardiovascular benefits observed in high-risk type 2 diabetes patients treated with a class of medication called a SGLT2 inhibitor. If you are interested in being a part of a clinical trial, sign-up to be considered by researchers on research match below.
Dr. Andrew Meyer, clinician-scientist in the field of critical care and distinguished junior research scholar wins presidential award at UT Health San Antonio. Dr. Meyer and the Office of Clinical Research are recruiting people who are interested in participating in Clinical Trials, sign-up on Research Match below to be considered for clinical trial participation.
Dr. Steven Bailey, who is currently leading several clinical trials, was interviewed by Men's Health about what is a widowmaker heart attack. Dr. Bailey and the Office of Clinical Research are recruiting people who are interested in participating in clinical trials that evaluate Medtronic and investigate carotid stents. Learn more below.