September 21, 2010

Shining Stars

Hundreds of people came out to participate in UTMB’s revived Causeway Fund Run benefitting the School of Health Professions scholarships. More... read article »

Simple steps can thwart cyber attacks

UTMB patients, employees, students and stakeholders expect that all protected health, personally-identifiable and other types of sensitive information... read article »

Around campus

Market Street closures in effect Six blocks of Market Street are scheduled to close to westbound traffic this week for installation of underground... read article »

 March 20, 2013

Match Day - a celebratory rite of passage at UTMB

More than 200 aspiring physicians at UTMB learned where they will continue their medical training last week during Match Day, the... read article »

The walking cure

Children with cerebral palsy often must rely on wheelchairs or special walkers. But a new medical procedure is freeing their muscles... read article »

Fun run benefits burn victims

Five years ago, on the morning of Dec. 18, 2007, Cody Schroeder and a team of fellow firefighters from Beaumont rolled up to a house... read article »





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Mondays in March - Institutional Vision

The final session of UTMB's annual Mondays in March series will take place with Dr. David L. Callender addressing the Institutional Vision... read article »

Ben's Blog - Bee Hive at the Capital

The past two weeks have been as busy as the proverbial bee hive at the Capitol... read article »

UTMB hosts Low-Vision Education Day March 21

The Optical Center at UTMB will host a free Low-Vision Education Day from 9 to 11 a.m. on March 21... read article »

Building a better UTMB

Six blocks of Market Street are closed to westbound traffic for installation of underground utilities at UTMB. The closure is expected to last about... read article »

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