September 21, 2010

UTMB selected among best places to work

The Houston Business Journal has named UTMB as one of the best places to work in the Houston-Galveston area... read article »
 

New UTMB web sites to be launched

On Friday evening, June 18, Public Affairs will launch new institutional web sites for internal and external audiences.
 

Cardiac Rehab Center completes renovation

The Cardiac Rehabilitation Center recently celebrated its renovation with an open house... read the article »
 

Optical Center hosts UTMB Employee Appreciation Week

UTMB University Optical Center is hosting special events the week of June 14 ... find out more »
 

 June 16, 2010

School of Medicine celebrates 2010 commencement

More than 200 students in the 120th graduating class from the UTMB School of Medicine, thestate’s oldest medical school,... read article »

A model heart

Heart-healthy advice is complicated and often misleading. Would you follow a model heart, up on the latest medical science and research... read article »

Poison Center turns the big 5-0

At supper time on a recent Tuesday, a call came into the Southeast Texas Poison Center. A worried father had just learned his sons, 6... read article »




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"You're not just a student, you're part of a family"

Students tell the story of the School of Health Professions in a recruiting video featuring Dean Protas... more »
 

Radiology Imaging Center open in Pearland

The UTMB Radiology Imaging Center in Pearland recently celebrated its opening with a ribbon cutting ceremony.  Dr. Garland Anderson, UTMB... find out more »
 

Dr. Rex M. McCallum joins UTMB

The UTMB community extends a warm welcome to Dr. Rex M. McCallum, UTMB’s new vice president and chief physician executive.
 

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