September 21, 2010

Shining Stars

The Emergency Department staff recently celebrated ED Staff week from  October 6-12. Several nurses got together and designed a staff... read article »

Dr. Peter Tran honors his mentor and other instructors through $100,000 gift

A little more than a dozen years have passed since Dr. Peter Tran graduated from UTMB, but he determined that it was the right time to give back to UTMB... read article »

Around campus

The UTMB Breast Cancer Support Group for women diagnosed with breast cancer will be from 6:30 to 7:30 p.m. Oct. 22 at the Galveston Island Community... read article »

 October 18, 2013

Breast cancer, genetics and decisions

The BRCA1 and 2 gene mutations that predispose a woman to aggressive breast cancer got a lot of attention this year when actress Angelina Jolie shared the story of her preventive double mastectomy with the world... read article »

UTMB celebrates National Hospital and Health-System Pharmacy Week

Ever wonder who makes sure your patients receive the right medications while in the hospital? During National Hospital and Health–System Pharmacy Week, October 20-26, the Pharmacy Department at UTMB Health is planning activities to help you learn more about how pharmacists contribute to patient care and to increase awareness of the pharmacy services provided at UTMB Health... read article »

Reborn on the island: Former UTMB patient returns after 68 years

Some are drawn to Galveston for its beaches. Some are drawn to the island to escape from the fast pace pace of city life. But for Patt Lindsey it was a hospital stay more than 65 years ago that drew her to the island. And then back again... read article »





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Breast cancer treatment continues to evolve
Breast cancer treatment has changed dramatically in the past 25 years.  In the late 1980s, when I entered the field of breast surgery modified radical mastectomy was still the standard treatment... read article »
EAC nominations now being taken

Nominations for candidates to serve on UTMB’s Employee Advisory Council (EAC) will be accepted through Oct. 25.   An election to replace... read article »

National Drug Take Back

Most abused prescription drugs come from family and friends. You could be making drugs available to your loved ones and not even know it. Saturday,... read article »

Building a better UTMB

The intersection of 11th Street and Strand, including segments east of 11th Street and north of the Strand, were closed to both pedestrian... read article »

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