Joe R & Teresa Lozano School of Medicine

Organization profile

Organization profile

The mission of the Joe R. and Teresa Lozano Long School of Medicine is to provide responsive and comprehensive education, research and service of the highest quality in order to meet the health-related needs of the citizens of Texas. In all aspects of fulfilling this mission, the Long School of Medicine is committed to demonstrating particular sensitivity to and focus on the South Texas region while fostering the broadest diversity and inclusion that ensures successful achievement of the institutional priorities to:

  • Cultivate a pervasive, adaptive and respectful environment promoting diversity, inclusion, equity, professionalism, humanism and opportunity.
  • Provide exemplary medical education and training to a diverse body of health career professionals at all levels while fostering a commitment to scholarship, leadership and life-long learning across the educational continuum.
  • Build and sustain recognized leadership, and advance scholarship excellence across the biomedical and health-related research spectrum.
  • Deliver exemplary and compassionate health care to enhance every patient’s quality of life.
  • Serve as a responsive resource to address community health needs whether local or global.
  • Attain health equity for the diverse patient population of South Texas.

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  • Research Output

    12 versus 24 h bed rest after acute ischemic stroke thrombolysis: a preliminary experience

    Silver, B., Hamid, T., Khan, M., DiNapoli, M., Behrouz, R., Saposnik, G., Sarafin, J. A., Martin, S., Moonis, M., Henninger, N., Goddeau, R., Jun-O'Connell, A., Cutting, S. M., Saad, A., Yaghi, S., Hall, W., Muehlschlegel, S., Carandang, R., Osgood, M., Thompson, B. B. & 5 others, Fehnel, C. R., Wendell, L. C., Potter, N. S., Gilchrist, J. M. & Barton, B., Feb 15 2020, In : Journal of the Neurological Sciences. 409, 116618.

    Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

  • 4E-BP-dependent translational control of Irf8 mediates adipose tissue macrophage inflammatory response

    Pearl, D., Katsumura, S., Amiri, M., Tabatabaei, N., Zhang, X., Vinette, V., Pang, X., Beug, S. T., Kim, S. H., Jones, L. M., Robichaud, N., Ong, S. G., Jia, J. J., Ali, H., Tremblay, M. L., Jaramillo, M., Alain, T., Morita, M., Sonenberg, N. & Tahmasebi, S., May 1 2020, In : Journal of Immunology. 204, 9, p. 2392-2400 9 p.

    Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

  • 1 Scopus citations

    Abdominal vascular compression syndromes encountered in the emergency department: cross-sectional imaging spectrum and clinical implications

    Zahid, M., Nepal, P., Nagar, A. & Ojili, V., 2020, (Accepted/In press) In : Emergency Radiology.

    Research output: Contribution to journalReview article