The region’s first comprehensive center

The Biggs Institute at UT Health San Antonio is the region’s first comprehensive center dedicated to transforming the treatment of dementia through patient care, education and innovative research and clinical trials.

From diagnostic services using advanced brain imaging to clinical trials, we are here to provide the Alzheimer’s care our patients and their caregivers need including counseling and support groups.

To make an appointment, call 210-450-9960.

How we are transforming dementia care

Patient Care

From diagnostic services to individual and family counseling, we are here to provide the Alzheimer’s care our patient and their caregivers need.

Resources

We provide educational and supportive resources using our own resources as a leading multidisciplinary health care institute and collaborate with local agencies to promote awareness.

Research

As part of UT Health San Antonio, the premiere academic research center in the region, our researchers collaborate with other leading health care professionals to transform the way we approach the disease.

Events

  • Neurepiomics Course 2019

    Neurepiomics offers interactive extensive training with practical demonstrations in advanced research methods of neuroepidemiology featuring experts from around the world. The course is designed for post-doctoral fellows and senior researchers who have an interest in moving into this field and Ph.D. students specializing in this domain.
  • Memory and Music with the San Antonio Symphony

    Dedicated to transforming the treatment of dementia, the Biggs Institute invites all individuals with a diagnosis of dementia and their caregivers to a free admission open rehearsal with the San Antonio Symphony.
  • Support Group for Adult Children of Parents Living with Dementia

    Receiving a dementia diagnosis can be a difficult time for patients and their family members. At the Biggs Institute for Alzheimer’s & Neurodegenerative Diseases, support groups are available to help provide support and tools for coping and handling the diagnosis.