Welcome UTMB Alumni
We are very pleased that you have taken the time to learn about the latest happenings at your alma mater. If you haven't done so already, please be sure to update your contact information. We're proud of our graduates and are very interested in keeping in touch with you. After all, you represent the spirit of UTMB and are still an integral part of the UTMB community. You are UTMB!
School of Health Professions
UTMB is the oldest medical school in the Southwest United States! For over a century, the University of Texas Medical Branch has dedicated its efforts toward improving the health of Texans. Since 1968 the School of Health Professions has helped carry on this tradition. Over 6,000 professionals for the nation's healthcare workforce have gotten their education with us - the vast majority of whom continue to practice in Texas...
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School of Medicine
The School of Medicine at UTMB has provided medical school or residency training to one in six Texas physicians. With 20 departments, three institutes and a unique partnership with the University of Texas at Austin and Seton Healthcare in Austin, UTMB’s School of Medicine is a leader in medical school education, translational research and clinical care. The University of Texas Medical Branch (UTMB) is a major academic health center dedicated to improving the lives of others through health sciences education, clinical care and biomedical research. Opened in 1891, UTMB combines a rich history of service with a forward-thinking spirit to fulfill its role as a public trust for the people of Texas and beyond.
School of Nursing
Welcome to the University of Texas Medical Branch School of Nursing, the first School of Nursing in Texas. Located on historic Galveston Island in the Gulf of Mexico, we enjoy moderate climate year round, making it a great place to pursue a career in nursing.
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Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences
The Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences at the University of Texas Medical Branch promotes the advancement of human understanding and knowledge in health-related disciplines through scholarly teaching and research in the biomedical sciences. Foremost, the graduate school embraces excellence in all of its academic pursuits and activities. Academic curricula and programs are available that emphasize developing individual leadership, communication, motivation, and scholarship to meet the challenges of today’s society.