September 21, 2010

Shining Stars

  As part of Employee Health Promotion’s Health Beat Lecture Series for TDCJ Galveston employees, Morrison Executive Chef Edward Ramirez... read article »

Lemonade Day star all smiles

When the Ronald McDonald House of Galveston celebrated Lemonade Day at UTMB in May, Diego Coronel, 6, of Bolivia, showed off his entrepreneurial... read article »

Sports physicals a big hit

UTMB hosted a special event offering sports and activity physicals to area youngsters. Hosted at the Specialty Care Center at Victory Lakes, 68... read article »

Around campus

“How much (bio) security is too much? The H5N1 debate” was the topic of a colloquium presented by Rebecca Hester, assistant professor in... read article »

 July 18, 2012

Transplant Center earns approval from CMS for lung transplants

The Texas Transplant Center’s Lung Transplant Program at UTMB recently received certification from the U.S. Center for Medicare... read article »

UTMB adds three new master’s programs in Clinical Lab Sciences

Ever wonder who actually tests your blood when you go to a clinic, hospital or doctor’s office? Or who examines and studies... read article »

UTMB study on teen sexting exposes link to risky behavior

Teens are sexting — and at higher rates than previously reported. In the first study of the public health impact of teen... read article »





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Six UTMB faculty members receive Outstanding Teaching Awards

The University of Texas System Board of Regents awarded six faculty members at UTMB with the board's highest honor in recognition of their... read article »

EAC takes road trip to Walls Unit

Members of UTMB’s Employee Advisory Council recently toured CMC Pharmacy Services in Huntsville and visited the medical clinic staffed by UTMB... read article »

UTMB researcher encourages HPV vaccinations

UTMB physician Dr. Abbey B. Berenson, who is the Ruth Hargrave M.D. Professor of Obstetrics and Gynecology, as well as director for the Center... read article »

UTMB Family Campaign - There is still time to give

Although the April 20th deadline for the UTMB Family Campaign has come and gone, those who are interested in making a contribution can still... read article »

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