UTMB Announcements for 9/30/2014

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Cruise on by for a Test Drive…
Infectious Diseases & Immunity Colloquium
Volunteers Needed for Wings Over Houston Air Show Medical Support
> > > VANPOOL FOR CLEAR LAKE - LEAGUE CITY < < <
New September Friday Focus Available Online!
The 20th Annual Salute to Nursing Golf Tournament
Galveston Aging Care Network- October 3
Galveston Bay Report Card
*REGISTER NOW* Regulations and Ethics in Translational Research
Neuroscience Grand Rounds

Repeat AnnouncementsFirst Published
EPIC EMR Maintenance9/29/2014
Research Building -6 Scheduled Network Maintenance9/26/2014
MIT MakerNURSE Research Study Phase 2 now-October 7...Are you an Innovator? Have you made something?9/29/2014
MIT MakerNURSE Research Study Phase 2 now - October 7...Are you an Innovator? Have you made something?9/29/2014
**CALL FOR NOMINATION: 2015 Excellence in Clinical Teaching Awards**9/29/2014
New September Friday Focus Available Online!9/29/2014
Wallace Professorship in Internal Medicine9/29/2014
Institutional Rebadge9/29/2014
Save money, support Breast Cancer initiatives at UTMB with $5 Tanger savings cards9/29/2014
CUSTOM LASIK BY UMTB OPHTHALMOLOGIST AT SPECIAL UTMB PRICE BEGINNING AT JUST $495 AN EYE9/29/2014
RESEARCH VOLUNTEERS NEEDED FOR NONINVASIVE MEASUREMENT OF HEMOGLOBIN9/16/2014
2014 Annual D'Feet Fun Run/Walk9/22/2014
Department of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology9/26/2014

Cruise on by for a Test Drive…
First Published 9/30/2014

➠ Cruise on by for a Test Drive… ➠

Business Operations & Facilities (BOF) is offering UTMB staff the opportunity to evaluate task seating as part of our continued effort to bring the most comfortable and ergonomic desk chairs into our Standards Program.

We have an estimated of 15-20 {demo} task chairs located on our 2nd floor break room, in the Materials Management Bldg.{1302 Mechanic}room 2.210.

If you would like to participate in this evaluation process, please allow at least 30 minutes to complete the process.

Stop by our the reception desk located on the 3rd floor of Materials Mgt.  Leanna Green will provide you with the evaluation form, and take you to the room where the seating is located. This evaluation will continue weekdays from 8 a.m.to 1 p.m. daily until 10/15/14.

☼ Welcome All!!!☼

✔For questions, thoughts or concerns please Leanna at X-23500!

Contact:     Email: Melanie M. Zepeda     For: BOF~Design & Construction     Phone: 409-772-5319
 
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Infectious Diseases & Immunity Colloquium
First Published 9/30/2014

The Center for Biodefense and Emerging Infectious Diseases,
the Department of Microbiology & Immunology and the Center for Tropical Diseases
welcomes

 Joseph Vinetz, M.D., FACP, FIDSA, FASTMH
Professor of Medicine, Division of Infectious Diseases, Department of Medicine
Director, Center for Tropical Medicine and Emerging Infectious Diseases
University of California San Diego, School of Medicine
San Diego, California

 Presenting

 “Pathogenomics of Leptospirosis: From Baltimore to the Amazon to the
Identification of Leptospiral Virulence Factor”


as part of the
Infectious Diseases & Immunity Colloquium
Date:  Tuesday, September 30, 2014
Time: 12:00pm - 1:00pm
Place: Basic Science Auditorium, Room 2.212

 All interested persons are encouraged to attend!

Contact:     Email: Angela Culler     For: Center for Biodefense & Emerging Infectious Diseases     Phone: 72434     Fax: 70762
 
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Volunteers Needed for Wings Over Houston Air Show Medical Support
First Published 9/30/2014
WINGS OVER HOUSTON 2014


 

The department of Preventive Medicine at UTMB is once again asking for volunteers to provide medical support for the annual Wings Over Houston Airshow at Ellington field.  This years show will feature the US Navys Blue Angels.  Other highlighted performers include the MV-22 Osprey, the Jet Truck, and a Vietnam re-enactment.
 
The show dates are Oct 31-Nov 2 and we are looking for volunteers of all medical backgrounds that are Basic Life Support certified.  If you are interested please click on the following link and fill out the sign up form.
 
 
Important Volunteer information to consider:
-Friday, Oct 31st, is a half-day show for our special needs audience.  Volunteer hours will be 0730 to 1300.
-Volunteer hours on Saturday, Nov 1st and Sunday, Nov 2nd will be 0630 to 1800.
-Please plan on volunteering for the entire day.
-There will be breaks factored into the schedule but you will be on your feet for the majority of the day.  Please indicate any physical limitations you may have in the comments section so we can plan accordingly.
-All volunteers receive a free pass to the show for the day they volunteer, and free lunch if volunteering on a weekend day.
 
Please feel free to e-mail me with further questions and forward this invite to anyone else interested.  We look forward to having another successful air show.
 
Thank You
 
Benjamin Johansen, D.O.
UTMB Aerospace Medicine Residency, PGY-4
2014 Wings Over Houston Resident Medical Coordinator
Contact:     Email: Benjamin Johansen     For: Preventive Medicine     Phone: 801-358-8295
 
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> > > VANPOOL FOR CLEAR LAKE - LEAGUE CITY < < <
First Published 9/30/2014

 

Our van has an immediate opening for Clear Lake and League City riders. Ideal for the Monday to Friday, 8am - 5pm, work shift.  Pick up riders at Bay Area Park & Ride and Sportsplex parking lot in League City.  Stops at the circle at 9th St. and Market St.

For more information, please contact Luz Cheng at (409) 682-1766 or email lcheng@utmb.edu.

Thanks!

Contact:     Email: Luz Cheng     For: EHS - Radiation Safety Program     Phone: 21781
 
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New September Friday Focus Available Online!
First Published 9/30/2014

In this issue:

At the Forefront of Neurocritical Care: UTMB’s Neurosciences Critical Care Unit

Patient Care at the Texas Department of Criminal Justice Carole S. Young Medical Facility

Resolutions for a New (Fiscal) Year

New Patient Lifts Help Keep Patients and Staff Safe

Spotlight On: UTMB Echocardiography Lab

Joint Commission Readiness

UTMB Opens New Pediatric and Adult Primary Care Clinic in Alvin

UTMB Receives Recognition as Level 3 Epilepsy Center

UTMB Shines at the Good Samaritan Foundation’s Excellence in Nursing Awards

Special Grand Rounds Presentation with Roy Rosin, Chief Innovation Officer, Penn Medicine on October 10 in Levin Hall Main Auditorium

Clinical Value Analysis Contest

Shout Outs!

 

Would you like to submit an article, photo or make a suggestion?

Contact us at friday.focus@utmb.edu

Miss an issue? Visit www.utmb.edu/fridayfocus

 

Health System Friday Focus Newsletter is produced once per month for our employees. Department directors and managers are encouraged to print and share this newsletter with employees who have limited access to email.

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Contact:     Email: Erin Lesly Swearingen     For: UTMB Health System     Phone: 73825
 
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The 20th Annual Salute to Nursing Golf Tournament
First Published 9/30/2014

 Benefitting the UTMB School of Nursing Doctoral Scholarship Fund

 

 

Friday, October 10, 2014

Galveston Country Club

14228 Stewart Road, Galveston, Texas

 

10:00 a.m. – Registration
11:30 a.m. – Shotgun Start
Awards Ceremony Immediately Following Tournament

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Contact:     Email: Diane Sierra     For: School of Nursing     Phone: 409-772-4855
 
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Galveston Aging Care Network- October 3
First Published 9/30/2014

A gathering of Aging Care Professionals Working to Improve the Quality of Life for Aging Individuals through Awareness and Networking

Friday, October 3, 2014
8:00—9:00 am
UTMB Primary Care Pavilion, 400 Harborside Drive, Galveston Entrance A—Room 2.118

Breakfast, networking and program

“Strategies to Enhance Medication Compliance”
Presented by Erin L. Hommel, MD
Asst. Professor, UTMB Geriatrics

Healthy Breakfast Sponsor: The Alzheimer’s Association

GACN meets on the 1st Friday of each month

For questions or more information, contact kristen@rahgalveston.com

Thank you to our founding organizations: Sealy Center on Aging’s Center for Spirituality of Aging, Concord Assisted Living, Libbie’s Place Senior Day Program, OLLI at UTMB and Right at Home.

Contact:     Email: Julia Sherrod     For: OLLI at UTMB     Phone: 7635604
 
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Galveston Bay Report Card
First Published 9/30/2014

You are invited to a special FREE presentation:

How Healthy is Galveston Bay?
Anja Borski, from the Galveston Bay Foundation will lead a discussion about some of the issues affecting Galveston Bay, and how you can participate in the process of developing the Galveston Bay Report Card, scheduled to be released next year.

Wednesday, October 29, 2014 - 5:30pm
Osher Lifelong Learning Institute (OLLI) at UTMB Health
Galveston Island Community Center, 4700 Broadway, Suite B101

Ample free parking and accessibility. Enter the front door of the building and take the corridor on the left. Follow signs to the meeting location.

Please RSVP so we can anticipate seating needs: 409-763-5604

Presented by OLLI at UTMB Health and Galveston Island Nature Tourism Council

Contact:     Email: Julia Sherrod     For: OLLI at UTMB     Phone: 4097635604
 
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*REGISTER NOW* Regulations and Ethics in Translational Research
First Published 9/30/2014
This overview course, presented by the Institute for Translational Sciences, Education Office (ITS-EO), is designed for UTMB faculty, fellows, residents and others interested in translational or patient-oriented research.
 
DESCRIPTION “Regulations and Ethics in Translational Research” is a modular component of the course, Translational Research: Tools & Techniques. This module consists of 10 weekly presentations by faculty from the Institute for the Medical Humanities, ITS Clinical Research Center, Office of Sponsored Programs and other experts. One hour lecture/discussion sessions occur Monday evenings beginning at 5:15 pm, Research Building 6 (formerly Children’s Hospital), Room 2.312.
 
OBJECTIVES Upon completion of this course participants will be able to:
 
1. Describe regulatory and ethical issues important to clinical investigators and others involved in translational research.
2. Discuss important dimensions of research; such as, the history of federal regulations, federal oversight, and conflicts of interest.
 
*Risk Management Education credit is required for all UTMB faculty, fellows, and house staff under the Medical Liability requirements. Sessions are approved by UTMB Risk Management to meet the annual requirement of up to 5.0 hours of Risk Management Education.
 
THIS COURSE IS PART OF THE INSTITUTE FOR TRANSLATIONAL SCIENCES EDUCATIONAL PROGRAM, SUPPORTED IN PART BY A CLINICAL & TRANSLATIONAL SCIENCE AWARD FROM THE NATIONAL INSTITUTES OF HEALTH (UL1TR000071).
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Contact:     Email: Donna J Adams     For: Institute for Translational Science, Education Office     Phone: 409-789-3099
 
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Neuroscience Grand Rounds
First Published 9/30/2014

 

Neuroscience Grand Rounds

Department of Neurology and Division of Neurosurgery

 

Presents

Todd A. Swanson, M.D., Ph.D.

Assistant Professor

Department of Radiation Oncology

UTMB

 

"The Use of Radiation Therapy in Tumors of the Central Nervous System"

 

Wednesday, October 1, 2014

9:00 a.m.

Research Building 6, Room 2.312

 

Objectives:

1.  Discuss the basic principles of the use of radiation in the treatment of tumors, particularly those in the central nervous system.

2.  Distinguish between the various delivery systems for radiation therapy in the central nervous system.

3.  Integrate evidence based approaches in the use of radiation therapy in select central nervous tumors.

Disclosure Statement (Speaker):  Dr. Swanson has no relevant financial relationships with commercial interests to disclose.

Disclosure Statement (Planning Committee Members):  Dr. Anish Bhardwaj, Dr. Joel Patterson, Michele Sefcik, and Brenda Johnson have no relevant financial relationships with commercial interests to disclose.

Accreditation Statement:  The University of Texas Medical Branch at Galveston is accredited by the Accreditation Council of Continuing Medical Education to provide continuing medical education for physicians.

Designation Statement:  The University of Texas Medical Branch at Galveston designates this live activity for a maximum of 24 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™.  Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.

Contact:     Email: Michele Sefcik     For: Neurology     Phone: 772-8053
 
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EPIC EMR Maintenance
First Published 9/29/2014

On Tuesday, September 30, 2014 from 9:00 p.m. to 12:00 a.m. (2100-2359), Epic EMR will be unavailable due to software maintenance. Please call the Help Desk at 25200 with any questions.

Contact:     Email: Natasha Thomas     For: Is-Clinrev-int     Phone: (409) 266-1300
 
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Research Building -6 Scheduled Network Maintenance
First Published 9/26/2014

 On Tuesday night, September 30, 2014, from 10pm until midnight (2 hours) the computer network will be intermittently unavailable due to network maintenance. This will impact all computer and network-connected devices in this building.

Contact:     Email: Tabitha Ehrhart     For: Is-Ops-network     Phone: (409) 747-3216
 
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MIT MakerNURSE Research Study Phase 2 now-October 7...Are you an Innovator? Have you made something?
First Published 9/29/2014

Dear Nurses,

From now through October 7, we are going to be painting a picture of what nurse innovation at UTMB means.  Your stories, big and small, will contribute to this and represent UTMB as a leader in nurse innovation.  Help us uncover innovators, creators and MakerNURSES in UTMB staff.  Stories could include things you've made for your patients, things you have on a napkin, and things you could hold in your hand for patient care.

If you have a story and would like to speak to one of the research team members, contact myself (see below) or Pat Davis by email pd3davis@utmb.edu or set up a time to talk.  You will see fellow nurse champions throughout the hospital talking about the study as well, showing off the MakerNURSE technology cart and encouraging participation.

You may also visit the UTMB site below and fill out a form online.

http://makernurse.community/utmb/ 

 

Thanks,

Tammy Cupit

Contact:     Email: Tammy Cupit, PhD., RN-BC     For: Nursing Research     Phone: 409-747-8772
 
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MIT MakerNURSE Research Study Phase 2 now - October 7...Are you an Innovator? Have you made something?
First Published 9/29/2014

Dear Nurses,

From now through October 7, we are going to be painting a picture of what nurse innovation at UTMB means.  Your stories, big and small, will contribute to this and represent UTMB as a leader in nurse innovation.

Help us uncover innovators, creators and MakerNURSES in UTMB staff.  Stories could include things you've made for your patients, things you have on a napkin, and things you could hold in your hand for patient care.

If you have a story and would like to speak to one of the research team members, contact myself (info below) or Pat Davis by email pd3davis@utmb.edu to set up a time to talk.  You will see fellow nurse champions (Colleen Blomstedt, Deatra Josiah, Lana Knorr, Denise Prince, Sheila Saunders, Janice Parson, Robin Bierman, Marian Davenport, Paula Strangeland) throughout the hospital talking about the study as well, showing off the MakerNURSE technology cart and encouraging participation.

You may also visit the UTMB site below and fill out a form online:

http://makernurse.community/utmb/

Thanks, 

Tammy Cupit, PhD, RN-BC

Contact:     Email: Tammy Cupit, PhD., RN-BC     For: Nursing Research     Phone: 409-747-8772
 
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**CALL FOR NOMINATION: 2015 Excellence in Clinical Teaching Awards**
First Published 9/29/2014

JohnP. McGovern Academyof Oslerian Medicine

Excellence in Clinical Teaching Awards

Each year, up to five faculty are selected for the Excellence in Clinical Teaching Award.  This award recognizes the fundamental concept, exemplified by Sir William Osler, that the development of outstanding physicians occurs primarily in clinical settings(ambulatory or in-patient).  Each recipient of the award will receive $5,000 for support of his or her professional development and/or teaching programs.

The following attributes are used to define excellence in clinical teaching:

  1. Demonstrates patient-centered focus of excellent teaching and care;
  2. Serves as a role model of care and compassion of learners and patients and exemplifies professional behavior; shows respect for the learner, patient, and other health care providers;
  3. Demonstrates enthusiasm and enjoyment;
  4. Demonstrates inquisitiveness and values inquiry;
  5. Creates an enjoyable, challenging, and “safe” learning environment;
  6. Sets high, but obtainable, standards;
  7. Assists in the development of clinical skills, including patient history, physical exam, procedures, and clinical reasoning;
  8. Integrates basic science with clinical care;
  9. Demonstrates patience;
  10. Demonstrates flexibility and adaptability; is open-minded;
  11. Provides useful and relevant feedback;
  12. Demonstrates teamwork and multi-disciplinary care;
  13. Is genuine.

The selection committee consists of an Osler Scholar (who will serve as Chair), Chair of the Academy of Master Teachers, a clerkship director, a program director and an Osler Student Scholar.

Nominations can come from students, house staff, faculty and staff and must include a statement no more than 200 words in length describing how the candidate exemplifies excellence in clinical teaching.  (Current Osler Scholars are not eligible.)  Letters of nomination should be addressed to the John P. McGovern Academy of Oslerian Medicine and sent to Ms. Rosemary Lindley, 8.208 Rebecca Sealy Hospital, Route 0162, or electronically as a Word document to rmlindle@utmb.eduThe deadline for nominations is 5:00 p.m., Friday, November 7, 2014. 

Individuals selected will be ineligible for two subsequent years after selection.

  • 2014 awardees: Drs. Loretta Grumbles, Hanan Hussein, Michael Malloy and Robert G. Smith
  • 2013 awardees: Drs. Carlos Clark, Sunil Jain, David McCormick and Harold Pine

The recipients will be presented in July 2015 during the 14th annual Osler Oration.  

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Contact:     Email: Rosemary Lindley     For: John P. McGovern Academy of Oslerian Medicine     Phone: x79680
 
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New September Friday Focus Available Online!
First Published 9/29/2014

In this issue:

At the Forefront of Neurocritical Care: UTMB’s Neurosciences Critical Care Unit

Patient Care at the Texas Department of Criminal Justice Carole S. Young Medical Facility

Resolutions for a New (Fiscal) Year

New Patient Lifts Help Keep Patients and Staff Safe

Spotlight On: UTMB Echocardiography Lab

Joint Commission Readiness

UTMB Opens New Pediatric and Adult Primary Care Clinic in Alvin

UTMB Receives Recognition as Level 3 Epilepsy Center

UTMB Shines at the Good Samaritan Foundation’s Excellence in Nursing Awards

Special Grand Rounds Presentation with Roy Rosin, Chief Innovation Officer, Penn Medicine on October 10 in Levin Hall Main Auditorium

Clinical Value Analysis Contest

Shout Outs!

 

Would you like to submit an article, photo or make a suggestion?

Contact us at friday.focus@utmb.edu

Miss an issue? Visit www.utmb.edu/fridayfocus

 

Health System Friday Focus Newsletter is produced once per month for our employees. Department directors and managers are encouraged to print and share this newsletter with employees who have limited access to email

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Contact:     Email: Erin Lesly Swearingen     For: UTMB Health System     Phone: 73825
 
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Wallace Professorship in Internal Medicine
First Published 9/29/2014

You are cordially invited to

a reception honoring the recipient of the

Wallace Professorship in Internal Medicine

Michael C. Boyars, MD

Professor, Department of Internal Medicine

Associate Director, Internal Medicine Residency Program

Wednesday, October 1, 2014

4-6 p.m.

Caduceus Room

6th floor, Administration Building

Business Attire

Parking available in the Administration Parking Garage

 

Contact:     Email: Kim Raschke     For: Internal Medicine     Phone: 772-1176
 
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Institutional Rebadge
First Published 9/29/2014

Institutional Rebadge has kicked off and is well underway.  The schedule has been updated with some additional makeup times.  Please refer to the schedule before coming to pick up your badge.  If you have any questions, please refer to the FAQ

Employees, students and employee/students who received a badge prior to October 21, 2013, and who are not included in the exceptions listed in the next paragraph, will need to return their current badge and pick up their new badge in person at their scheduled location. You must have your current badge with you in order to obtain the new one.

Exceptions to the badge exchange schedule include Correctional Managed Care employees and employees with dolphin badges, who will be contacted with special instructions for obtaining the new badge. Contractors, volunteers, visitors, and retirees will receive new badges during their standard annual renewal and are not included in the rebadge schedule. Any badges issued after October 21, 2013, are compatible with the new security technology and do not need to be replaced. 

Contact:     Email: Kim Vaughn     For: Police Department     Phone: 772-1503
 
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Save money, support Breast Cancer initiatives at UTMB with $5 Tanger savings cards
First Published 9/29/2014

Now through Oct. 25, during “PinkStyle time at Tanger Outlets!” you can shop, save and help find a cure. 

Tanger Pink Savings Cards are now on sale. Purchase 25% OFF Pink Cards in Savings Packs of five Pink Cards for $5, and save 25% on a single item at participating stores. Buy as many packs as you like and share them with your friends!  All local proceeds from card sales will benefit UTMB Health’s breast cancer patients and programs.

Pick up your Pink Cards and a list of participating stores at Tanger Shopper Services(at the mall), or at one of the following UTMB locations:

John Sealy Annex
Room 7.122
Shirley Hilton – ext. 62015

Specialty Care Center at Victory Lakes
2240 Gulf Freeway South
Breast Health & Cancer Center
Lauren Coffman (832) 505-1057

Multispecialty Center and Stark Diabetes Clinic
2660 Gulf Freeway South
Donna Papa (832) 505-2350

Or visit us in the cafeteria of John Sealy Hospital on the following dates from 11:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. 

Wednesday, Sept.24

Wednesday, Oct.1

Wednesday, Oct.8

Wednesday, Oct.15

Tanger Outlets is located at I-45 and Holland Road.

Visit Tanger at: http://www.tangeroutlet.com/houston/

Get more on October breast health activities at UTMB: http://www.utmbhealth.com/breasthealth

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Contact:     Email: Marjorie Kovacevich     For: Ambulatory Operations     Phone: 409-747-3507
 
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CUSTOM LASIK BY UMTB OPHTHALMOLOGIST AT SPECIAL UTMB PRICE BEGINNING AT JUST $495 AN EYE
First Published 9/29/2014

Now that experienced LASIK specialist Dr. Kevin Merkley has joined the UTMB Health Eye Center staff, UTMB offers state-of-the-art custom wavefront LASIK at special pricing ranging from $495 to $1,395 per eye for UTMB employees and family members covered by UTMB health insurance.

The services are available through an alliance between UTMB Health Eye Center and Joffe MediCenter in Bellaire.

Wondering if LASIK is right for you? Call 1-866-685-6995 to schedule your free LASIK evaluation Joffe MediCenter in Bellaire.Be sure to tell them you’re with UTMB! Click here to friend UTMB Health Eye Center on Facebook to learn more about eye health and Eye Center news.

Contact:     Email: Joffe Center     For: Ophthalmology     Phone: 1-866-685-6995
 
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RESEARCH VOLUNTEERS NEEDED FOR NONINVASIVE MEASUREMENT OF HEMOGLOBIN
First Published 9/16/2014

The Department of Anesthesiology is currently seeking healthy volunteers & outpatients,18 years and older with a history of anemia (low blood count) to take part in a pilot clinical study of Noninvasive Measurement of Total Hemoglobin Concentration with an Optoacoustic Technique.

Volunteer will be reimbursed for travel and time

The study will be conducted in the Outpatient Clinics of the University of Texas Medical Branch at Galveston

Contact:     Email: Roger Seeton, RN     For: Anesthesiology     Phone: 409-772-2039
 
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2014 Annual D'Feet Fun Run/Walk
First Published 9/22/2014

 

There’s Still Time to Register…

Team registration closes September 23rd

Individual registration closes October 6th  

 

Join Dr. Sandra “Sunny” Hatch and the

CANCER BUSTERS

for the 2014 D’Feet Fun Run/Walk 

Saturday, October 18, 2014

Moody Gardens 

  

  The 14th Annual D’Feet “Family Celebration of Life” Fun Run/Walk

Bring the kids for lots of family fun!

(sorry no animals allowed)

Register NOW!!

  

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Contact:     Email: Heidi Matthews     For: Radiation Oncology     Phone: (409) 772-4313
 
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Department of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology
First Published 9/26/2014

 

“Systems level regulation of intracellular transport, protein

localization and cytoskeletal dynamics.”

 

Presented by

 

Michael R. Diehl, Ph.D.

Associate Professor of Bioengineering

Rice University

Houston, Texas

 

2.212 Basic Science Auditorium

October 2, 2014

4:00 p.m.

 

ALL INTERESTED PERSONS WELCOME

HOSTED BY:  James C. Lee, Ph.D. 

Contact:     Email: Julie Quiroga     For: BMB     Phone: 22742
 
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