September 21, 2010

Shining Stars

Gov. Rick Perry has reappointed Dr. Ben Raimer to the Texas Institute of Health Care Quality and Efficiency Board of Directors... read article »

Engage and Chat

The Employee Advisory Council (EAC) has started a new employee outreach program called Engage and Chat.  These sessions will take place across... read article »

Mondays in March coming

Save the dates for Mondays in March presentations by leadership which will focus on their vision for where UTMB will be... read article »

Around UTMB

Dr. Levin memorial service, appointments, grants, fun runs and more... read article »

 February 15, 2013

Love in the lab

A UTMB love story about Drs. Nikoletta and George Carayannopoulos is featured on KTRK-13 just in time for Valentine's Day... read article »

UTMB "Goes Red"

In support of the American Heart Association’s “Go Red for Women’’ effort, UTMB employees across all... read article »

Lifestyle & Science: Hope for hearts

Early to bed, early to rise—everyone knows that old adage. Not many of us take it to heart. Japanese-born Dr. Ken Fujise does. He spent his childhood in Yamagata with his grandfather, who was in the Japanese Navy... read article »

Socialize for better heart health
This Valentine’s Day, thank your loved ones for the company and good cheer they provide. A lonely heart can result in a sick heart, as multiple studies... read article »


UTMB's 3D Echocardiography Lab receives top national accreditation

For the third consecutive time, the echocardiography lab at UTMB is being highlighted for its excellence in high-quality patient care and commitment to quality diagnostic testing... read article »



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Medical students storm the Capitol

Byron Smith isn’t a doctor yet and won’t be for at least a couple more years. But the second-year UTMB medical student said that when the time comes to start his medical residency and later start a practice, he wants to do it in Texas... read article »

New blog features health information from UTMB experts

UTMB Health is introducing Working Wonders, a blog created and populated by the university’s care providers and medical experts. UTMB’s... read article »

BPA substitute could spell trouble

A few years ago, manufacturers of water bottles, food containers and baby products had a big problem. A key ingredient of the plastics hey used to... read article »

UTMB nursing graduate grateful

Recently, I strolled through Galveston and the UTMB campus and had the great privilege to meet one of my professors in nursing, Dr. Safa'a Al-Arabi.... read article »

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