September 21, 2010

Shining Stars

UTMB will be recognized this fall at the UT System Board of Regents meeting for its outstanding Diversity and Equity Program. UTMB completed a survey... read article »

UTMB professor wins national teaching award

UTMB professor Dr. Bernard Karnath has been awarded the prestigious Herbert S. Waxman Award for Outstanding Medical Student Educator by the American... read article »

Around campus

New signs will be installed in these areas as well as at Sixth and Market streets. During the construction, alternate traffic lane closures will be... read article »

 August 29, 2013

New UTMB graduate students celebrate Community of Scholars

Seventy-one new students were welcomed to the UTMB Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences during the annual Community of Scholars... read article »

White Coat ceremony welcomes UTMB students into medical profession

More than 200 members of the incoming class of medical students at UTMB, the state’s first medical school, received white coats... read article »

School of Health Professions celebrates largest graduating class

The School of Health Professions at UTMB celebrated its largest graduating class, with 305 students, at its Aug. 16 commencement... read article »





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Don’t let regrets hold you back
"Regrets, I’ve had a few ... but then again, too few to mention.” Thus goes the old song by Frank Sinatra... read article »
Sasser Foundation contributes $125,000 to promote breastfeeding initiative

The Sasser Family Foundation has contributed $125,000 to UTMB for its ongoing effort to earn a Baby-Friendly Hospital designation, considered the... read article »

CMC Summer Conference 2013

Dr. Owen Murray, vice president of Offender Health Services for Correctional Managed Care, and Donna K. Sollenberger, executive vice president and chief executive officer for UTMB Health System, spoke to approximately 500... read article »

Managing diabetes in schools

To prepare for the soon-to-start academic year, educators from UTMB are training elementary, middle and high school staff to help manage diabetes in... read article »

New John Sealy Hospital Lobby and Concourse open

Navigating from John Sealy Hospital to other clinical buildings around campus is now much easier for patients, visitors and employees with the opening... read article »

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