September 21, 2010

Shining Stars

Employees wear red in support of Go Red for Women; Mark Kirschbaum appointed to Texas Hospital Association committee; David Darrow receives MLK service award... read article »

Self perception a factor in weight gain

Despite popular belief about women’s weight concerns, young women commonly fail to recognize recent gain of as many as 11 pounds — putting... read article »

UTMB dedicates Sugar Land clinic for women and children

The UTMB Regional Maternal and Child Health Program hosted a special dedication ceremony and ribbon cutting for its Regional Maternal and Child... read article »

Around campus

Academic medicine and health reform: The UTMB perspective” is the topic on the table when University of Texas Medical Branch President Dr. David... read article »

 February 14, 2012

The signs, they are a-changin'

It’s a time of the signs at UTMB. Dozens of old signs are coming down and new ones are going up at the university’s... read article »



Research focuses on cancer cells that glow

Researchers at UTMB have been awarded a $578,000 grant from the Cancer Prevention and Research Institute of Texas to institute a fluorescent imaging... read article »

Hospital’s new rooms are a hit with patients

Patients in UTMB's John Sealy Hospital are moving into modern new rooms, and they like what they see. “The patients really like the rooms and... read article »

Doctors find love, success in lab

UTMB doctors Cristiana Rastellini and Luca Cicalese, husband and wife, are working together to improve UTMB's transplant program.



Contact Impact

Contact Impact

Impact is UTMB’s bi-weekly newsletter focused on celebrating the accomplishments of UTMB’s faculty, staff and students.

Editor/Writer
Designer/Developer

Please send all inquiries to impact.newsletter@utmb.edu. We hope you enjoy reading Impact and look forward to hearing from you!

Tribute to the UTMB Deiss interns

UTMB has had a long history and culture of training excellent internists. I wish to address, however, a particular era of UTMB Internal Medicine. The UTMB faculty in the mid-1960’s was rather young and proactive as was the administration. The department had competent and committed clinical... more »

A happy heart is a healthy heart

We’ve all been intuitively aware a positive attitude can make you feel better. As doctors, we’re constantly reminding people... read article »

Kempner Fund pledges $1 million to Jennie Sealy Hospital

The Harris and Eliza Kempner Fund has pledged $1 million toward UTMB's new Jennie Sealy hospital, the second Galveston-based philanthropic... read article »

It's all about participation

What does UTMB mean to you?  Tell us why you are inspired to participate in the Family Campaign... read article »

Building a better UTMB

The east entrance to John Sealy Hospital (near the chapel) is closed for the duration of the Jennie Sealy Hospital construction project.... read article »

Impact is a service of the Office of Public Affairs