Research Education & Career Development
The mission of Texas Biomed’s Education Faculty is to create an educationally rich learning environment at Texas Biomed for all staff (scientific and support), undergraduate and graduate students, postdoctoral fellows, and the San Antonio Community. Their goal is to have a rich learning culture for students and interns, that encourages ongoing development of skills and knowledge.
What is Education and Career Development?
- Education – K-12, Undergraduate, and Graduate education programs with curricula and a defined start and stop date
Career Development – internal facing programs designed to provide continued career development to Texas Biomed Staff, Graduate and Undergraduate Students and Postdoctoral Fellows.
Meet The Faculty
Dr. Teresa Evans, is the Director of Research Education for Texas Biomed. Dr. Evans received her Bachelor of Science in Chemistry and Psychology from Wilmington College in Wilmington, Ohio. Dr. Evans continued her education, here in San Antonio at UT Health San Antonio, completing her Ph.D. in Neuroscience in 2014. Her academic career as a biomedical scientist has provided her with an excellent basis for fostering her desire to promote scientific research, communication, career and workforce development through innovative educational programs. She has built a breadth and depth of knowledge of the development and execution of course curricula and assessments, scientific communication and career and professional development programming for scientists and K-12 educators. Dr. Evans is an active member of academic and community-based programs in these areas.