The Support Staff Professional Star of the Month; a successful Drug Take Back day and two UTMB members of the Association of Women Surgeons... read article »
Members of the UTMB community—faculty, students and staff—took part in the St. Vincent’s Art Walk, illustrating their... read article »
Every 17 seconds, someone is diagnosed with diabetes — a disease that kills more Americans each year than breast cancer and AIDS combined.... read article »
Buenos Aires, Argentina, and Galveston are separated by 4,977 miles as the crow flies. But the long trip was more than worth it for... read article »
UTMB faculty—team Aging—and students—team Able—contended for the coveted title of... read article »
The UTMB School of Health Professions held its annual scholarship luncheon, awarding more than $287,000 in scholarships to 190 existing and... read article »
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UTMB President Dr. David L. Callender spent some time with Morrison Healthcare's Food and Nutrition Department, touring their brand new... read article »
In celebration of the 50th anniversary of the UTMB Support Staff Professionals (SSP)—the first meeting was held on Sept. 16, 1956—members decided to create a quilt to display the areas of the university in which SSP members worked... read article »
The UTMB Hospital Galveston team invited folks to a Thanksgiving potluck luncheon and dinner. Turkeys were provided courtesy of the Hospital Galveston... read article »
Replacement of damaged culverts will require the closure of 14th Street between Market and Mechanic streets until Nov 25. The closure will... read article »