A new assistant professor of infectious disease in the Department of Medicine grew up traveling the world as the daughter of a United Nations diplomat. She chose UT Health San Antonio’s Department of Medicine because of “the culturally and economically diverse population we serve, the supportive collegial environment, and access to great resources.”
Myron Ignatius, Ph.D., is an assistant professor of molecular medicine at the Greehey Children’s Cancer Research Institute. Dr. Ignatius decided the GCCRI was an ideal place for his research because it was created specifically to support research on childhood cancers. He wanted to work in a place where people care about fighting pediatric cancer.
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