January 13, 2015 As many as two-fifths of never-smoking teens are exposed to secondhand smoke worldwideMany teens who have never smoked are being exposed to the health dangers of tobacco. A new study by the University of Texas Medical Branch at... more » UTMB President Spends Time with Parking ControllersDr. David L. Callender spent a morning alongside several employees who keep UTMB's many parking garages clean for the thousands of people who park on... more » Animal-Assisted Therapy at UTMBUTMB training instructor with the Laboratory Biosafety Training Program in the Galveston National Laboratory and her four-legged friend more » UTMB's Joan Nichols TEDx Vienna PresentationWatch Joan Nichols' presentation, “Bioengineering the Lung: High-Risk Research with Breathtaking Results," at the annual TEDxVienna... more » Contact Impact Impact is UTMB’s bi-weekly newsletter focused on celebrating the accomplishments of UTMB’s faculty, staff and students. Please send all inquiries to email@example.com. We hope you enjoy reading Impact and look forward to hearing from you! Shining StarsANCC Panelist Alison Glendenning-Napoli has been selected to serve on a case management standard-setting panel for the American Nurses Credentialing... more » Nominate Now! 2015 Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Community Service Award“Life’s most persistent and urgent question is: What are you doing for others?” – Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Please consider... more » A Look BackTo highlight Impact’s 38 years of publication, a new segment called “A Look Back” will now be included in each issue. “A Look... more » Reflecting on 2014 AccomplishmentsAs the new year begins, we take a look back at just a few of the many successes at UTMB during 2014. From being designated as one of 35 U.S. Ebola... more » UTMB’s Sealy Center on Aging Re-designated World Health/Pan American Health Organization Collaborating CenterThe world experts on aging reasearch at the University of Texas Medical Branch at Galveston have again received an international designation... more » Concern Sent to EAC Spurs Important Safety UpdateMany UTMB employees now have a safer time crossing the street, thanks to a message sent to the UTMB Employee Advisory Council (EAC). Dr. Irene... more » UTMB’s Angleton Danbury Campus: Advancing our academic missionCommunity partnerships among health care providers are important in a reformed health care environment for a number of reasons. Some of the most... more » Contact Impact Impact is UTMB’s bi-weekly newsletter focused on celebrating the accomplishments of UTMB’s faculty, staff and students. Please send all inquiries to firstname.lastname@example.org. We hope you enjoy reading Impact and look forward to hearing from you!