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Tuesday, July 6, 9:12am News ReleasesPhilanthropy

The Harris and Eliza Kempner Fund lecture series continues with a live presentation online through the School of Nursing at the University of Texas Medical Branch at Galveston. The second lecture in the series will be presented from 11 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. on Tuesday, July... more »

Monday, March 29, 11:00am News HighlightsPhilanthropy

Galveston County Daily News, March 28, 2010

Few local economies in the United States have been as distinctly benefited by philanthropy as Galveston County, wrote Harris L. “Shrub” Kempner Jr. in this guest column. The Sealy family has donated to UTMB for over 100 years, giving more than $69,000 to fully fund the construction of... more »

Tuesday, March 23, 10:00am News ReleasesGrants/ResearchPhilanthropy

Gift will support studies that engineer stem cells into insulin-producing cells GALVESTON, Texas - Miriam McCoy remembers the uncertainty she experienced 45 years ago when she was diagnosed with diabetes. An incurable but treatable health condition, the disease prevents the body from producing or... more »

Friday, October 16, 11:34am News ReleasesPhilanthropy

Gift will be used to purchase imaging equipment to aid development of vaccine A Wichita Falls couple has contributed $100,000 to support Alzheimer’s disease research at the University of Texas Medical Branch at Galveston that may lead eventually to a vaccine for the neurodegenerative... more »

Friday, September 11, 2:25pm News HighlightsPhilanthropy

The Chronicle of Philanthropy, Sept. 10, 2009 The Sealy & Smith Foundation has pledged $200 million to support improvements at John Sealy Hospital and construction of a new facility. The money will be paid over 15 years. more »

Monday, February 25, 3:21pm News ReleasesPhilanthropy

GALVESTON, Texas - The University of Texas Medical Branch at Galveston announced today that it has received a multi-year, $250,000 contribution from ConocoPhillips to support the expansion of the Truman G. Blocker Burn Unit. The contribution supports a planned $6 million expansion for the burn... more »

Wednesday, October 31, 1:40pm News ReleasesPhilanthropy

Scholarship is one of UTMB's largest non-endowed awards  GALVESTON, Texas - Gabriel Mansouraty, a first-year medical student at the University of Texas Medical Branch at Galveston, has been awarded the George and Mary Josephine Hamman Scholarship, one of the university's largest non-endowed... more »

Wednesday, August 1, 1:11pm News ReleasesPhilanthropy

For immediate release: August 1, 2007 GALVESTON, Texas - A Galveston couple has contributed $500,000 to establish an endowed faculty position in the University of Texas Medical Branch's Department of Radiation Oncology. The Irma Labardini Mendoza and Jesse Jesus Mendoza Chair in Radiation Oncology... more »

Wednesday, April 18, 3:21pm News ReleasesGrants/ResearchPhilanthropy

For immediate release: April. 18, 2007 GALVESTON, Texas - A Sealy & Smith Foundation grant for $4 million is expected to propel the Comprehensive Cancer Center at the University of Texas Medical Branch at Galveston into an advanced clinical resource for patients with cancer. Transformation is... more »

Thursday, March 29, 10:25am News ReleasesGrants/ResearchPhilanthropy

Supports stem cell research, conference for diabetes patient educators FOR RELEASE: March 29, 2007 GALVESTON, Texas - Building upon a commitment to fund diabetes research and patient education, the Emmett and Miriam McCoy Foundation recently contributed $275,000 to support innovative stem cell... more »

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