For those legislators and staff who were planning on leaving the tumult in the capitol behind them, 5 p.m. Monday shocked many back to reality... read article »
Dr. Garland Anderson, executive vice president and provost and dean, School of Medicine, recently announced that Vicente A. Resto, who has... read article »
UTMB’s pastoral care department is pleased to sponsor “Post traumatic growth,” ... read article »
Mechanic Street between Holiday Drive and Ferry Road was closed for road repairs and repaving on May 23. The City of Galveston estimates that the work... read article »
The UTMB School of Medicine has announced the five finalists who were selected by their peers in the graduating class to... read article »
Rebeca Wong, one of the nation’s foremost experts on aging, has been awarded $3.03 million by the National Institute on Aging of... read article »
The John P. McGovern Academy of Oslerian Medicine announced the recipients of three distinguished awards —the Academy... read article »
UTMB School of Health Professions Respiratory Care White Coat ceremony was held on May 13 in Levin Hall. There were 16 junior students participating in the event with Romar Reyes, director of clinical education, coating the students. Ken Hargett, director of respiratory care at Methodist Hospital, was the guest speaker.
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UTMB's Dr. Garland Anderson and Dr. David Yngve were honored recently as Health Care Heroes at the 2011 Houston Business Journal Health Care Heroes... read article »
A memorial service to commemorate 22 UTMB employees who have died during the past year was held in the Children's Hospital Auditorium. Family members... read article »
The UTMB Police Department held a meet and greet in the lobby of John Sealy during National Police Week to help spread the word about crime prevention to the UTMB community. view the slideshow »
Three graduate postdoctoral researchers were named as Jeane B. Kempner Scholars; winner of the 2011 Alpha Omega Alpha Carolyn L. Kuckein Student Research Fellowship, and USTAG appointment named.