September 21, 2010

UTMB Health a sound investment for Texas

Recently, UTMB Health colleagues and I were asked a blunt but reasonable question: In view of the devastation wrought by Hurricane Ike, why should the... read article »

Sollenberger named to national governing council

UTMB Health Executive Vice President and Chief Executive Officer Donna K. Sollenberger has been elected to the 2011 governing council of the American... read article »

Around campus

Lefeber Winter Lecture Series The UTMB Sealy Center on Aging kicked off the 16th annual Lefeber Winter Series on Aging lectures with... read article »

 January 31, 2011

New glaucoma treatment can save vision

Glaucoma patients now have a new treatment option that could save their vision. UTMB Health Eye Center is one of the only centers in... read article »

Measles virus, a weapon against cancer?

When most people in the developed world think of measles, what comes to mind is only a dim memory of a vaccination at a... read article »

LEGO teams get inspired at UTMB

UTMB recently welcomed the Lego Blasters, the Peace Signs, the Lego Guys, the Lego Storms, and the Whale Warriors — five LEGO... read article »



In your shoes with Environmental Services

Everyone can relate to the chores of house cleaning and the satisfaction of a job well done. Now imagine if you were faced with cleaning a house... read article »



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