September 21, 2010

Shining Stars

Congratulations to the UTMB Health Trauma Center for earning their verification as a Level I Trauma Center by the American College of... read article »

The relationship between sweat and sleep

If only getting to sleep were really as easy as counting sheep. More than half of Americans admit to struggling with insomnia a few nights a week. read article »

UTMB appoints respiratory virus research pioneer to Division of Infectious Diseases

UTMB has appointed Dr. Robert Couch, a nationally renowned, recently retired clinical virologist, as an adjunct professor in the UTMB... read article »

 February 5, 2014

UTMB opened first state-funded hospital for African-Americans in Texas

Mahatma Ghandi once said, “A small body of determined spirits fired by an unquenchable faith in read article »

Political protocol: A message from Dr. Ben Raimer

Another political season is upon us, with primaries taking place March 4 and a general election on Nov. 4. This year’s elections... read article »

UTMB School of Nursing recognized nationally

The School of Nursing online master’s degree program at UTMB has been recognized as a leader in graduate education, ranking sixth... read article »



Getting the good word out: An update on UTMB Health’s Awareness Campaign

Building on efforts that started in 2011, UTMB Health has launched the third phase of an advertising campaign to increase awareness about its excellent primary and specialty care services. Read more and see the stories here.



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Mission Possible: ICD-10 conversion

UTMB has launched a vital project related to the International Classification of Disease–Tenth Revision, or ICD-10—the system by which US... read article »

Town Hall of 2014: submit your questions

The first Town Hall of 2014 will be held at noon Friday, Feb. 14, in Levin Hall Auditorium. UTMB President Dr. David Callender will provide updates ... read article »

Improve eating habits, increase physical activity as a family

In the last two to three decades, the number of overweight children has doubled. Almost one child in five is considered overweight. read article »

Building a better UTMB

Market Street westbound is closed from Second Street (Ferry Road) to Sixth Street. Market Street is now a one-way street eastbound from 12th... read article »

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