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Tuesday, December 19, 11:45am News Highlights

The National Law Journal, Dec. 19, 2006 In March 2005, Eva Rowe's parents, James and Linda, were killed in a BP refinery explosion in Texas City, Texas – a disaster that killed 13 others and injured 170. She sued the company on behalf of herself and the estates of her parents. Last month, her... more »

Friday, December 15, 11:40am News Highlights

Pulse, UT System E-Newsletter, Dec. 14, 2006 Noteworthy: Check out the UTMB radio program Medical Discovery News online to enjoy segments dedicated to explaining exciting discoveries in biomedical research and their promise for the future of medicine.  And, stay tuned for the early 2007 launch of... more »

Friday, December 15, 11:40am News Highlights

Beaumont Enterprise, Dec. 15, 2006 After efforts stalled for the second time Thursday, law enforcement officers said they will not try again this year to remove a bullet from Joshua Bush's head. A bullet in 17-year-old Bush's head may be evidence in the shooting death of a man following a burglary... more »

Friday, December 15, 11:39am News Highlights

Pulse, UT System E-Newsletter, Dec. 14, 2006 Despite the lack of growth in the National Institutes of Health budget, the UT health campuses achieved a 9.9 percent increase in total research funding from 2005 to 2006, for a combined total of $1.2 billion. Our campuses continue to produce over 70... more »

Friday, December 15, 11:38am News Highlights

Houston Business Journal - Dec. 14, 2006 Armed with a $9.5 million cash infusion, The University of Texas Medical Branch at Galveston expects to begin human trials in 2008 of a new influenza vaccine that could revolutionize the war on worldwide flu epidemics. UTMB received the three-year grant from... more »

Friday, December 15, 11:37am News Highlights

Medical News Today, Dec. 15, 2006 Breast-feeding protects children otherwise made susceptible to ear infections by abnormalities in specific human genes, researchers at the University of Texas Medical Branch at Galveston have discovered.  more »

Friday, December 15, 11:36am News Highlights

Associated Press/Dallas Morning News, Dec. 15, 2006http://www.dallasnews.com/sharedcontent/dws/news/texassouthwest/stories/DN-bpplant_15tex.ART.State.Edition1.3dcece9.html GALVESTON – Anger and frustration still linger for Roger Rodriguez about his son's death at the BP PLC refinery explosion. On... more »

Friday, December 15, 11:36am News Highlights

Galveston County Daily News, Dec. 15, 2006 UTMB President John D. Stobo is one of five physicians in the United States and Canada to be recognized by the Gold Humanism Honor Society for sustained leadership in medical humanism and professionalism. more »

Friday, December 15, 11:35am News Highlights

Houston Chronicle, front page, Dec. 15http://www.chron.com/disp/story.mpl/front/4404084.html The settlement over the deadly BP refinery blast that killed 15 and sent scores to local burn units may help pay for better care for future burn victims. On Thursday the University of Texas Medical Branch at... more »

Friday, December 15, 11:35am News Highlights

Baytown Sun, Dec. 15, 2006With a framed portrait of their sister, Susan Duhon Taylor, on the seat between them, Cheri Merritt and Leah Ollivierre of Baytown occasionally wiped away tears as they heard about a donation being made partly in her honor. Taylor, 33, was one of 15 people, seven from... more »

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