September 21, 2010

Heart disease a big threat to women

By Dr. Ken Fujise and Dr. Naveed Adoni Life is full of paradoxes. One notable paradox is that women, once considered to be immune to cardiovascular... read article »

SecU-R-ITy - A thief in the night

I was driving to work a couple of weeks ago, and as usual, I was listening to talk radio. Right before a commercial break, the host of the talk show... read article »

Around campus

Street closure Post Office Street will be closed between Sixth and Eighth streets,through Monday, April 25, for the installation of utilities in... read article »

 February 14, 2011

Students win grant to improve community health

UTMB medical students recently won a grant from the Texas Medical Association Foundation (TMAF) to help bring... read article »

Medical student opens heart to isle students

Everyone knows that medical students are some of the busiest people in the world... read article »

Imaging center returns after Hurricane Ike

When UTMB scientists began planning to build the world’s first cryo-electron microscopy facility with the ability to safely... read article »





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Dr. Ben Raimer

Dr. Ben Raimer, UTMB senior vice president for Health Policy and Legislative Affairs, sat down with Impact to share his thoughts about the current Texas Legislative session, what he likes the most (and least) about his job, his favorite hobbies and what he holds dear to his heart. Take some... more »

You Count!

UTMB Health is dedicated to six strategic priorities – people, growth, education, quality and service, and community – all... read article »

For more information on You Count!, contact Martha Livanec, Senior Workforce Development Consultant.

Shining Stars

Read about this month's winner of the Excellence in Professionalism award; the Nephrology nurses conference and employees who are teaching an Advanced Burn Life Support course in Mexico.

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