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Thursday, December 21, 2:28pm 2006

FOR RELEASE: Dec. 21, 2006 GALVESTON, Texas – The Emergency Management Association of Texas has named the University of Texas Medical Branch at Galveston and the city of Galveston as co-recipients of the 2006 Excellence in Emergency Management Award for their actions during the Hurricane Rita... more »

Thursday, December 21, 12:10pm 2006

FOR RELEASE: Dec. 21, 2006   GALVESTON, Texas — A new solution to a variety of skin problems promises fast results with minimal downtime, according to dermatologists with the University of Texas Medical Branch at Galveston. The Fraxel laser was approved this year by the U.S. Food and... more »

Thursday, December 21, 12:05pm 2006Grants/ResearchPhilanthropy

Contribution part of $1.5 million commitment FOR RELEASE: Dec. 21, 2006 GALVESTON, Texas — The Nelda C. and H.J. Lutcher Stark Foundation has contributed $500,000 to the University of Texas Medical Branch at Galveston to support ongoing educational and patient care programs at the... more »

Wednesday, December 20, 3:10pm 2006

FOR RELEASE: Dec. 20, 2006 GALVESTON, Texas ? When Houston surgeon Charles H. McCollum was in residency, his training involved long hours in the operating room observing procedures and learning by doing under the guidance of his professors. Today, surgical residents continue to train in the... more »

Wednesday, December 20, 12:13pm 2006Grants/ResearchPhilanthropy

Student-run organization offers primary health care to underserved patients in Texas' Rio Grande Valley FOR RELEASE: Dec. 20, 2006 GALVESTON, Texas — Since 1998, University of Texas Medical Branch at Galveston students have been traveling to South Texas to offer health care to some of the... more »

Monday, December 18, 4:59pm 2006

FOR RELEASE: Dec. 18, 2006 GALVESTON, Texas ? Christmas trees are more than just a symbol of celebration during the holidays. Turned into mulch, they can provide year-round benefits. Each year, more than 32 million Christmas trees are sold in the United States. In a national survey, 93 percent of... more »

Friday, December 15, 4:34pm 2006

Educating more breast imaging specialists will increase chances of early detection of deadly disease FOR RELEASE: Dec. 15, 2006 GALVESTON, Texas ? As the second leading cause of cancer death among women, breast cancer is a concern for every woman. The American Cancer Society estimates that more... more »

Thursday, December 14, 10:26am 2006Grants/ResearchPhilanthropy

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Dec. 14, 2006 GALVESTON, Texas — The 15 men and women who died in last year’s explosion at the BP Texas City Refinery will be remembered today when their relatives and loved ones, along with the most seriously injured survivors and their family members, visit the... more »

Friday, December 8, 4:04pm 2006Grants/Research

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Dec. 8, 2006 GALVESTON, Texas— 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. About 19 percent of children are... more »

Thursday, December 7, 2:26pm 2006

FOR RELEASE: Dec. 7, 2006 GALVESTON, Texas – A group of students from the University of Texas Medical Branch at Galveston School of Allied Health Sciences has raised more than $2,500 for charity through their participation in the Chevron Houston Marathon on Jan. 14. Seven UTMB students from... more »

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