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Volunteers Needed for Wings Over Houston Air Show Medical Support
***TODAY***TODAY***The Department of Pharmacology and Toxicology Proudly Presents Michael Freitas, PhD***TODAY***TODAY***
Scheduled Xcelera System Maintenance
Infectious Diseases & Immunity Colloquium 2014-2015
> > > VANPOOL FOR CLEAR LAKE - LEAGUE CITY < < <
iSpace (Xythos) Scheduled Maintenance
"The Evolution of Accuracy Requirements for Glucose Meters: How We Got to the Recent FDA Draft Guidances"
VAN POOL FOR ANGLETON
******* LEAGUE CITY VANPOOL ********
Join us Tuesday for SECC Agency Fair in Munchkinland
Silent Auction supporting the American Heart Association
VOLUNTEERS NEEDED- For Asthma Research Study

Repeat AnnouncementsFirst Published
Receive $3,000 with the Health System’s Nursing Referral Bonus Program10/20/2014
ORNcS Launches New Website8/28/2014
October is National Protect Your Hearing Month10/20/2014
LASIK CAN SAVE YOU MONEY10/23/2014
Microbiology and Immunology Student Research Update Seminar10/20/2014
Support the Bay Area Heart Associaton - Football Fav's10/17/2014
Support the Bay Area Heart Association - Candy Jar Count!10/17/2014
UTMB Health Retirement Fairs – Oct. 22, 23 and 2410/23/2014
NIEHS CET Environmental Health Sciences Seminar10/22/2014
KECK - SCSB Seminar - Damian Young, PhD10/22/2014
Aerospace Medicine Grand Rounds10/23/2014
DEPARTMENT OF PATHOLOGY GRAND ROUNDS10/23/2014
**RURAL & UNDERSERVED TRAVEL AWARDS FOR SOM4 MEDICAL STUDENTS**10/23/2014

Volunteers Needed for Wings Over Houston Air Show Medical Support
First Published 10/24/2014
WINGS OVER HOUSTON 2014

The department of Preventive Medicine at UTMB is once again asking for volunteers to provide medical support for the annual Wings Over Houston Airshow at Ellington field.  This years show will feature the US Navys Blue Angels.  Other highlighted performers include the MV-22 Osprey, the Jet Truck, and a Vietnam re-enactment.
 
The show dates are Oct 31-Nov 2 and we are looking for volunteers of all medical backgrounds that are Basic Life Support certified.  If you are interested please click on the following link and fill out the sign up form.
 
 
Important Volunteer information to consider:
-Friday, Oct 31st, is a half-day show for our special needs audience.  Volunteer hours will be 0730 to 1300.
-Volunteer hours on Saturday, Nov 1st and Sunday, Nov 2nd will be 0630 to 1800.
-Please plan on volunteering for the entire day.
-There will be breaks factored into the schedule but you will be on your feet for the majority of the day.  Please indicate any physical limitations you may have in the comments section so we can plan accordingly.
-All volunteers receive a free pass to the show for the day they volunteer, and free lunch if volunteering on a weekend day.
 
Please feel free to e-mail me with further questions and forward this invite to anyone else interested.  We look forward to having another successful air show.
 
Thank You
 
Benjamin Johansen, D.O.
UTMB Aerospace Medicine Residency, PGY-4
2014 Wings Over Houston Resident Medical Coordinator
Contact:     Email: Benjamin Johansen     For: Preventive Medicine     Phone: 801-358-8295
 
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***TODAY***TODAY***The Department of Pharmacology and Toxicology Proudly Presents Michael Freitas, PhD***TODAY***TODAY***
First Published 10/24/2014

 

***TODAY***TODAY***The Department of Pharmacology &Toxicology***TODAY***TODAY***

 

Presents

 

Michael Freitas, PhD

 

 

Associate Professor

 

Department of Molecular Virology, Immunology, & Medical Genetics

 

Division of Human Cancer Genetics

 

The Ohio State University Medical Center

 

Columbus, OH

 



Leveraging the Power of Mass Spectrometry to Gain Insights into the Cancer Proteome and Chromatin Biology

 

Friday, October 24, 2014

12:00 – 1:00 p.m.

2.212 Basic Science Auditorium

 

Hosted by: Kangling Zhang, PhD

Contact:     Email: Kirsty Foss     For: Pharmacology     Phone: 409-772-9646
 
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Scheduled Xcelera System Maintenance
First Published 10/24/2014

The Xcelera System will be down for upgrades Strating the Evening of Friday 10/24 through Sunday 10/26. For more information please contact the Service Desk at 25200

Contact:     Email: Bill Bailey     For: Is-Clindoc-rad     Phone: 409-772-5200
 
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Infectious Diseases & Immunity Colloquium 2014-2015
First Published 10/24/2014

 

“Innate Immune Mechanims in Bacterial Pneumonia”

   

Samithamby Jeyaseelan, PhD

Professor and Director of Lung Biology Research Center

Department of Pathobiological Sciences

Baton Rouge, LA 

Tuesday, October 28, 2014

12:00 PM to 1:00 PM

2.212 Basic Science Auditorium

  

Contact:     Email: Tina Brasher     For: Microbiology & Immunology     Phone: 28141
 
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> > > VANPOOL FOR CLEAR LAKE - LEAGUE CITY < < <
First Published 10/24/2014

Our van has an immediate opening for Clear Lake and League City riders. Ideal for the Monday to Friday, 8am - 5pm, work shift.  Pick up riders at Bay Area Park & Ride and Sportsplex parking lot in League City.  Stops at the circle at 9th St. and Market St.

For more information, please contact Luz Cheng at (409) 682-1766 or email lcheng@utmb.edu.


Thanks! 

Contact:     Email: Luz Cheng     For: EHS - Radiation Safety Program     Phone: 21781
 
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iSpace (Xythos) Scheduled Maintenance
First Published 10/24/2014

iSpace (Xythos) will be unavailable on October 24, 2014 beginning at 7:00pm for approximately 4 hours in order to perform a system upgrade. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause.

Contact:     Email: Terry Janak     For: IS - Enterprise     Phone: 409-772-5200
 
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"The Evolution of Accuracy Requirements for Glucose Meters: How We Got to the Recent FDA Draft Guidances"
First Published 10/24/2014

THE MEYER BODANSKY MEMORIAL LECTURESHIP
IN EXPERIMENTAL PATHOLOGY

announces

Mitchell G. Scott, PhD
2014 Meyer Bodansky Visiting Professor

Professor of Pathology and Immunology
Division of Laboratory and Genomic Medicine
Co-Medical Director, Clinical Chemistry
Washington University School of Medicine
St. Louis, Missouri


presenting

"The Evolution of Accuracy Requirements for Glucose Meters:  How We Got to the Recent FDA Draft Guidances"

Monday, November 3, 2014
4:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m.
William C. Levin Hall, 2.220 North Auditorium

(Reception to follow from 5:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. in Levin Hall Foyer) 

Contact:     Email: Paula Gabriles     For: Pathology     Phone: 22521
 
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VAN POOL FOR ANGLETON
First Published 10/24/2014

UTMB Angleton Danbury Campus employees are carpooling to and from Galveston Monday through Friday from 07:30am - 4:00pm, but would like to reach out to any other UTMB employees to begin using a van pool with Metro Star.  The pickup location would be at the park and ride located in Angelton on FM 2004 and 523.  If you are interested in joining this work day van pool, please contact Susie Gonzalez at masgonza@utmb.edu .    

Contact:     Email: Susie Gonzalez     For: RCO     Phone: 409-747-1119
 
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******* LEAGUE CITY VANPOOL ********
First Published 10/24/2014

Relax and enjoy the ride to and from work  Monday-Friday, 8-5p.  Depart from League City Sportsplex at 7:05am.  Curbside drop-off and pick up in front of the Towers - depart UTMB at 5:05pm.  For more information, please contact Julie at 409.772.2468 or email jitavare@utmb.edu.  Thank you.

Contact:     Email: Julie Tavarez-Bunyan     For: Women's, Infants' & Children's Nursing Admin.     Phone: 772.2468
 
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Join us Tuesday for SECC Agency Fair in Munchkinland
First Published 10/24/2014

We’ll gather Tuesday, Oct. 28, to officially kick off the 2014 charitable campaign at the Moody Medical Library Plaza. This year’s effort focuses on all the generous hearts at UTMB, with the Tin Man (who so badly wanted a heart) and his friends from the Wizard of Oz as our inspiration. So, like Dorothy, Toto and friends, we’ll start this year’s journey in Munchkinland. Join us to learn about the agencies, collect some treats and refreshments, and hear from Todd Leach, the 2014 campaign chair.

PLEASE JOIN US!

2014 State Employee Charitable Campaign (SECC) Agency Fair
Tuesday, October 28
11 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Moody Medical Library Plaza (aka Munchkinland) 

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Contact:     Email: Raymond Brouillard     For: Marketing and Communications     Phone: 22618
 
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Silent Auction supporting the American Heart Association
First Published 10/24/2014
A silent auction will be held Thursday, October 30, 2014 in John Sealy Hospital to support the American Heart Association in recognition of the upcoming Bay Area Heart Walk. Several gift baskets will be on display for bid at the following times and locations: •7:30-3:00 p.m. Main John Sealy Hospital Entrance Winners will be emailed Friday afternoon. All proceeds from the auction will go to benefit the American Heart Association. The Bay Area Heart Walk will occur Saturday, November 1, 2014 on the Kemah Boardwalk. The Heart Healthy Festival begins at 7:30 a.m. and the walk begins at 8:30 a.m. There is no registration fee. http://heartwalk.kintera.org/faf/home/default.asp?ievent=1089924&lis=1&kntae1089924=AA73AAA8E88D4512A7A720702B09ECC1 Contact: Kristen Perkins (409) 772-4242 kdperkin@utmb.edu Health System Administration
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Contact:     Email: Kristen D Perkins     For: Hospital Administration     Phone: 409-772-4242
 
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VOLUNTEERS NEEDED- For Asthma Research Study
First Published 10/24/2014

Subjects With Asthma Are Needed

 

You could qualify for one of our studies if you have a history of physician-diagnosed asthma AND are between the ages of 18 and 65 and are a non-smoker for at least one year. Eligible Participants will be reimbursed for their time.

William J. Calhoun, M.D.
Principal Investigator
Clinical Trials Office 

Contact:     Email: Afifa Khalil     For: Clinical Trials Office     Phone: 409-747-1887
 
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Receive $3,000 with the Health System’s Nursing Referral Bonus Program
First Published 10/20/2014

 

All UTMB employees are eligible for a $3,000 bonus by referring a bachelor-degreed Nurse Clinician or Nurse Practitioner for the Health System Clinical Enterprise.

  • This referral bonus program will run until Nov. 30, 2014, and only applies to positions in Nursing Services, Ambulatory Clinics, and Correctional Managed Care.
  • If your referral meets the applicant requirements and is hired, you will receive $1,500 when he or she completes six months of service and another $1,500 when he or she completes one year of service.
  • All bonus payouts are subject to taxation, and you must be employed at UTMB at the time of each payout. 
  • You may refer as many applicants as desired.

Click here for more information about the program’s referral bonus guidelines and applicant requirements.  

Contact:     Email: HR Benefits and Business Center     For: Human Resources     Phone: (409) 266-1203
 
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ORNcS Launches New Website
First Published 8/28/2014

The UTMB Institutional Office of Regulated Nonclinical Studies (ORNcS) is pleased to announce the release of our new website at http://www.utmb.edu/orncs/. The ORNcS provides scientific, regulatory and good laboratory practice support to research and development programs during the planning and conduct of in vitro and in vivo nonclinical studies to support licensure of new human vaccines and therapeutics for emerging and rare diseases. These studies provide substantial evidence of the effectiveness of certain new drug and biological products used to reduce or prevent the toxicity of chemical, biological, radiological, or nuclear substances.  

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Contact:     Email: Maricela Tamayo     For: Office of Regulated Non Clinical Studies     Phone: 409-266-9562
 
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October is National Protect Your Hearing Month
First Published 10/20/2014

Free Hearing Screenings are available on Thursdays (11:30am-1:30pm) and Fridays (8:00-9:00am) for UTMB employees throughout the month of October at the UHC Audiologic Clinic 7th floor.  Appointments are required.

Have you noticed that speech is not as clear as it used to be?

Have you noticed that you are missing information when someone speaks softly or too fast?  Have you noticed that listening when a speaker is at distance, in the presence of background noise, or when they aren’t looking at you has become more difficult? If you answered Yes to any of these questions - You could benefit from a hearing screening.

What is a hearing screening?

A hearing screening is a preliminary step in which an individual’s hearing is checked to see if further evaluation is required.  

Why should I get a hearing screening?

While more than 30% of people over the age of 65 have some type of hearing loss, hearing loss can be found in younger populations.  Approximately 14% of those 45-64 years old have hearing loss, and close to 8 million people 18-44 years old have hearing loss.  Regular hearing screenings should be a part of an individual’s wellness plan.

Please email Phyllis Archie (parchie@utmb.edu) and schedule your hearing screeningwith a UTMB Audiologist.  Note: Screenings are not intended for those with known or documented hearing loss or those with a history of middle ear disease. 

Contact:     Email: Cathy Duncan     For: Center for Audiology and Speech Pathology     Phone: (409) 772-2711
 
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LASIK CAN SAVE YOU MONEY
First Published 10/23/2014

If you wear eyeglasses or contacts, you can spend $500-$800 a year to see clearly. Many LASIK patients can see well without glasses or contacts, meaning that LASIK will pay for itself in just a few years.

Right now UTMB employees and family members can get special pricing for LASIK. UTMB Health Eye Center, in alliance with Joffe MediCenter in Bellaire, is offering custom wavefront LASIK services at special pricing ranging from $495 to $1,395 per eye for UTMB employees and family members.

Get a free LASIK evaluation by calling 1-866-685-6995. Be sure to tell them you’re with UTMB!

UTMB offers LASIK eye care by experienced LASIK specialist and UTMB ophthalmologist Dr. Kevin H. Merkley. Dr. Merkley has more than 17 years of experience, having performed more than 20,000 laser vision correction procedures.

Click here to friend UTMB Health Eye Center on Facebook to learn more about eye health and Eye Center news.

Contact:     Email: Call Joffe Today!     For: Ophthalmology     Phone: 1-866-685-6995
 
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Microbiology and Immunology Student Research Update Seminar
First Published 10/20/2014

The Microbiology and Immunology Graduate Program Presents 

"Further characterization of a highly attenuated Yersinia pestis CO92 mutant deleted for the genes encoding Braun lipoprotein and plasminogen-activating protease in primary human macrophages" 

by

Christina van Lier

Research Interest: Bacteriology
Mentor: Ashok Chopra, PhD, CSc 

Friday, October 24, 2014

Levin Hall 3.324

 

 

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Contact:     Email: Aneth Zertuche     For: Microbiology and Immunology     Phone: 772-2322
 
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Support the Bay Area Heart Associaton - Football Fav's
First Published 10/17/2014
Football Fav’s – Sunday’s and Monday’s in October, UTMB and the Bay Area Heart Association invite you to donate $5.00 towards the Heart Association to wear your favorite team jersey or T-shirt. Hearts of Support are required to be worn by all employees participating in Jersey Days and may be obtained by your Heart Team Lead.
Contact:     Email: Kristen Perkins     For: Hospital Administration     Phone: 409-772-4242
 
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Support the Bay Area Heart Association - Candy Jar Count!
First Published 10/17/2014
Candy Jar Count! Yes you! We need your guess! Is it more, or is it less? Contest ends 10/24/14. Winners will receive a jar of candy and gift card. Please see your Heart Team Lead for tickets! Proceeds go to the Bay Area Heart Association.
Contact:     Email: Kristen Perkins     For: Hospital Administration     Phone: 409-772-4242
 
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UTMB Health Retirement Fairs – Oct. 22, 23 and 24
First Published 10/23/2014

In recognition of National Save for Retirement Week, UTMB is hosting the following retirement fairs. All employees are invited to attend one of these fairs to learn more about the importance of saving for the future.

Wednesday, Oct. 22
10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Angleton Danbury Campus, North Lobby
132 Hospital Drive
Angleton, TX 77515

Thursday, Oct. 23
10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Specialty Care Center at Victory Lakes, 2nd Floor                
2240 Gulf Freeway South                                          
League City, TX 77573                                               

Friday, Oct. 24
10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
William C. Levin Hall, 2nd Floor
10th and Market Streets
Galveston, TX 77555

Representatives from Fidelity, Lincoln Financial, TIAA-CREFF, VALIC and Voya Financial (formerly ING) will be available to discuss their services and to answer your financial planning and retirement questions. 

Contact:     Email: Benefits Services     For: Human Resources     Phone: (409) 772-2630
 
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NIEHS CET Environmental Health Sciences Seminar
First Published 10/22/2014

The NIEHS Center in Environmental Toxicology cordially invites you to attend the Environmental Health Sciences Seminar Series featuring:

Lynette K. Rogers, Ph.D. 
Principal Investigator 
Center for Perinatal Research   
The Research Institute at Nationwide Children's Hospital 
Columbus, OH

Title: Perinatal Inflammation -  Implications in Adult Lung Disease  

Monday, October 27, 2014 
5.521 Levin Hall  
12:00 p.m. - 1:00 p.m. 

Everyone is welcome to attend! 

Contact:     Email: Shelly Lewis     For: SCEHM     Phone: 25610     Fax: 25650
 
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KECK - SCSB Seminar - Damian Young, PhD
First Published 10/22/2014

KECK/SCSB Seminar

"Fragment Based Drug Discovery Targeting Cancer"

Damian Young, PhD

Assistant Professor, Pharmacology

Baylor College of Medicine

October 24, 2014

5.402 Research Building 6

4 PM   

Contact:     Email: Angelina Johnson     For: Biochemistry & Molecular Biology     Phone: 772-8083
 
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Aerospace Medicine Grand Rounds
First Published 10/23/2014

Aerospace Medicine Grand Rounds

 

 

 

8:00 AM CST, Tuesday, October 28, 2014

 

“Osteoporosis in Men: Implications for Space Medicine “

 

Eric S. Orwoll, MD

Bone and Mineral Unit

Oregon Health and Sciences University

 

 

Broadcast Live from Universities Space Research Association (USRA)

3600 Bay Area Blvd., (at Middlebrook Drive) in Clear Lake, TX

Simulcast to UTMB in the Televideo Conferencing Room, 5.521 Levin Hall

 

 

 

 

 

Objectives:

1.     Know the role of DXA testing in the prediction of fractures in men

 

2.) Understand the options available for therapy of osteoporosis in men

 

3.) Translate available knowledge about terrestrial osteoporosis care to the space environment

 

 

Supported By: UTMB Aerospace Medicine Residency

University of Texas Medical Branch and USRA Division of Space Life Sciences

 

Disclosure Statement: (Planning Committee Members): Dr. James M. Vanderploeg, Dr. Tarah Castleberry,   Yvette Schulz, Melanie Medina, and Carmella Mongiardo have no relevant relationships with commercial interests to disclose.

Disclosure Statement: Eric S. Orwoll, MD has financial relationships with Amgen, Merck, Lilly,  and Wright Medical Tech. Dr. Eric Orwoll was a committee member on NASA’s Research on Human Health Risks, Institute of Medicine of The National Academies

Accreditation:  The University of Texas Medical Branch at Galveston is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education to provide continuing medical education for physicians.

Designation:  The University of Texas Medical Branch at Galveston designates this live activity for a maximum of 12 AMA PRA Category 1 CreditsTM. Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.

 

Webcast: To view Grand Rounds using a PC, download the latest version of Apple Quick Time Player, reboot and enter URL – http://129.109.152.33/stream.sdp

Educational Method:  Lecture                                                        Target Audience:  Doctors, Residents, Students, Scientists and Alumni

 

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Contact:     Email: Melanie Medina     For: Preventive Medicine and Community Health     Phone: 409-747-6131     Fax: 409-747-6129
 
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DEPARTMENT OF PATHOLOGY GRAND ROUNDS
First Published 10/23/2014

Monday, October 27, 2014
12:00 p.m. to 1:00 p.m.
GNL 1.100


NEUROCRITICAL CARE:  History, Impact on Outcomes and Future Directions

presented by

Anish Bhardwaj, M.D., M.B.A., C.P.E.,

FAHA, FCCM, FAAN, FANA

Chairman, Department of Neurology

John Sealy Chair of Neurology

Professor, Neurology, Neurosurgery, Neuroscience & Cell Biology

Assistant Dean for Faculty Affairs

UTMB - Galveston

 

Objectives:  At the conclusion of this presentation, participants should be able to:

·         Present and discuss the history of Neurocritical Care longitudinally and its maturation into a subspecialty and discipline

·         Discuss the impact of Neurocritical Care as a subspecialty on patient outcomes from data-driven evidence

·         Discuss the future directions for Neurocritical Care as a subspecialty

 

Methodology:  Lecture followed by question and answer session

 

Disclosure Statement (Speaker):  Dr. Bhardwaj has no relevant financial relationships with commercial interests to disclose.

 

Disclosure Statement (Planning Committee Members):  Drs. Anthony O. Okorodudu, Judith F. Aronson, Alexander J. Indrikovs, Mahmoud A. Eltorky, and Mrs. Brenda Johnson have no relevant financial relationships with commercial interests to disclose.


Accreditation Statement:  The University of Texas Medical Branch at Galveston is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education to provide continuing medical education for physicians.

Designation StatementThe University of Texas Medical Branch at Galveston designates this live activity for a maximum of 39
AMA PRA Category 1 CreditsTM.  Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.

 

If you do not have access to the GNL, you must RSVP with your UTMB ID# to Paula Gabriles at plgabril@utmb.edu by Friday, October 24, 2014.  You may be denied entry if you do not RSVP.

Contact:     Email: Paula Gabriles     For: Pathology     Phone: 22521
 
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**RURAL & UNDERSERVED TRAVEL AWARDS FOR SOM4 MEDICAL STUDENTS**
First Published 10/23/2014

Rural and Underserved Travel Awards for SOM4 Medical Students

Academic Year 2014-15

Medical students are often interested in spending time in rural and underserved areas, and have the opportunity to schedule such rotations as Elective Rotations or for an Ambulatory Community Selective.  Cost of housing and travel for these rotations can be a deterrent.

Support will be made available of funds up to $1,000.00 for students who must provide their own housing and transportation to rural or underserved areas for these rotations.  Students will need to show receipts documenting that funds were spent for housing in those communities.  Support can also be applied to the cost of a single round-trip to the underserved or rural community.

During the 2014 school year, interested students can apply to the John P. McGovern Academy of Oslerian Medicine for support.  A letter must be sent by email indicating the following:

  1. Name of Student:
  2. Course desired or previously completed:
  3. Name of hospital or clinic:
  4. Location (town or city, county):
  5. What about this location makes it rural or underserved?  Is it designated at http://www.hrsa.gov/shortage/find.htmlas meeting criteria?
  6. Amount of support requested (budgeted amount for a rotation in the future, or actual amount for a completed rotation)
  7. Actual cost of housing can be covered
  8. Mileage to and from the community can be covered at UTMB state rate (.56¢/mile)

A 300-500-word essay must be submitted electronically to Rosemary Lindley (mcacadem@utmb.edu) following the rotation.  The essay should describe the experience, and indicate how the rotation influenced the student’s personal and academic goals, as well as any changes made in the perception of patient autonomy or the doctor-patient relationship.  Pictures can be included.  Original receipts for housing and request for mileage reimbursement at the UTMB state rate must be submitted to the McGovern Academy of Oslerian Medicine, 8thfloor Rebecca Sealy, Rt. 0162.

Two awards will be given during each half of the Academic Year.  Students will be reimbursed after the rotation up to $1,000.00 when essay, receipts and mileage are submitted.

Application for students requesting support in Periods 1-6 and Period 13: Nov. 7th

Notification of Award: Nov 15th

Deadline for rotations Periods 7-12: March 31st

Notification of Award: April 15th 

Contact:     Email: Rosemary Lindley     For: John P. McGovern Academy of Oslerian Medicine     Phone: x79681
 
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