July 16, 2014 A day in the life of a UTMB police officer“Safety first. Buckle your seat belt,” said Officer Curtis Dorsey as I climb into his police car. Dorsey just celebrated 10 years... more » Government program changes lives of mentally ill and challengedHidden behind serene trees on a busy street in Angleton, Texas, lies a safe house for the mentally ill in crisis. The Gulf Coast Center’s... more » Countering the deadly Nipah virusAn interdisciplinary research team from UTMB, the Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences and three groups within the National Institutes... more » Watch the video on deadly Nipah virusA must see video! more » Contact Impact Impact is UTMB’s 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 Stars Jeremy Brynes has accepted the position of Associate Vice President, Health System Business Development, effective July 14. Jeremy was the... more » Road blocks make way for hurricane readinessAs hurricane season is upon us, we can’t help but remember Hurricane Ike and hope for a quiet season. But while we are hoping, UTMB is at... more » UTMB nurses recognized for excellence with gold and silver medalsThe Good Samaritan Foundation each year honors Excellence in Nursing in six categories, awarding gold and silver medals to the profession’s... more » New web page offers information on ADMC/UTMB formal relationshipA new web resource — www.utmb.edu/admc — is now available for members of the Angleton Danbury Medical Center (ADMC) and University of... more » Mindful gratitude is healthy practice to participate inThe mind can only hold one thought or emotion at a time. With the noisy daily news of right vs. left, black versus white, Muslim versus Muslim,... more » Senior patients at UTMB participate in study on reducing rehospitalizationMarie Butera sits down in a straight chair in the middle of her living room and holds a long red strip of elastic material stretched between her... more » UTMB study shows testosterone therapy does not increase heart attack riskTestosterone prescriptions for older men in the United States have increased more than three-fold over the past decade. Recent studies linking... more » Contact Impact Impact is UTMB’s 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!