September 21, 2010

Shining Stars

UTMB "Shining Stars'' participate in 57th Presidential Inauguration, National Drug Facts Week, Ball High School mentor program and more... read article »

Probing pain’s secrets

People who suffer from chronic pain that doesn’t respond to standard analgesic or opioid treatment may be closer to finding relief in the near... read article »

Around Campus

Lunch Bunch, Cancer Support Group, retiring and new faculty members and grant awards... read article »

 February 1, 2013

Victory Lakes Specialty Care Center expanding

Construction is scheduled to begin in February on a $90 million building expansion project at the Specialty Care Center at Victory... read article »

Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. awards recognize service

Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. once said, “Of all forms of inequality, injustice in health care is the most shocking and... read article »

RecycleMania 2013 begins Feb. 3

For the seventh year, UTMB Health will participate in RecycleMania—a friendly, 8-week competition for college and university... read article »





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UTMB mourns passing of Dr. William C. Levin

The university and Galveston communities are mourning the loss of UTMB alumnus and President Emeritus Dr. William C. Levin, who passed away Jan.... read article »

Getting to know 'Old Red'

'Old Red' is the oldest medical school building west of the Mississippi River and the scene of at least one shooting, according to a new book by Heather Wooten... read article »

UTMB revives Causeway Fund Run

Kim Bachmeier was not yet a runner when she signed up to participate in the University of Texas Medical Branch inaugural Causeway Fund Run in 1996.... read article »


 

Construction Update

Entrance A at the Primary Care Pavilion is now open... read article »

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