Researchers are hoping to gain a deeper understanding of what specific genes have been altered by a person’s diet and environment.
The commission voted Monday to approve a Specific Use Permit (SUP) that will allow The Argyle to construct a parking lot on land zoned for residential use.
The crown jewel of San Antonio's nationally renowned research institute studying treatments for infectious diseases on Monday named a new director.
Scientists at the Texas Biomedical Research Institute have found a promising new type of defense against the virus that can cause AIDS.
The Texas Biomedical Research Institute says its new 10-year strategic vision for the institute's future – which entails building two new facilities and doubling in staff – is already in motion.
West San Antonio's biomedical research institute will retool over the next 10 years – doubling its faculty and redesigning its campus – to concentrate more on studying infectious diseases.
Children born with a fatty liver are predisposed to chronic metabolic and cardiovascular diseases such as diabetes.
Marty Wender’s rehabilitation and recovery puts a new face on his long-repeated claim: San Antonio is Medical City USA.
The San Antonio-based BSL-4 lab and the National Southwest Primate Research Center allow scientists to safely develop vaccines, therapeutics, and tests for dangerous diseases.
Yesterday, the Rivard Report published an article on how biotech companies differentiate themselves from other tech startups and gave insight to our city’s biotech ecosystem's origins.