September 21, 2010

Organ plays on

William Farmer, a UTMB heart transplant recipient, donated an organ to UTMB Health’s chapel in memory of Scott Bickel, the organ donor whose... read article »

2011 RecycleMania tournament and art contest

Join UTMB and participate in the 2011 RecycleMania tournament. The tournament brings together over 600 colleges and... read article »

Around campus

The UTMB Health Multi-Share Plan, a cooperative program to help small business owners provide health benefits for their employees, has launched a... read article »

 March 1, 2011

Physician diversity: Good for America's health

As the population and diversity of our state and nation grow, the need for our physician workforce to expand and diversify is... read article »

Hispanics living longer,with more health problems

A new study by researchers at UTMB Health reveals that the prevalence of hypertension in older Mexican-Americans living in the... read article »

The Butterfly Project: Helping hearts soar

UTMB Health students are taking caring to new heights with the Butterfly Project – a student organization composed of... read article »



Celebrating Earth Day

Earth Day is a day designed to inspire awareness and appreciation for the environment. Help us share the beauty of nature by sending in your... read article »



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$1 million committed to Alzheimer's, Parkinson's research

The Cullen Trust for Health Care has committed $1 million to support researchers at UTMB Health who are in the initial stages of developing... read article »

Best Doctors in America

An extensive peer review has identified 80 doctors from UTMB Health as among the Best Doctors in America. The annual peer-to-peer survey identifies... read article »

UTMB Student Nurses Inaugural Nightingale Ball

The UTMB Student Nurses Association (SNA) made history by hosting the Inaugural Nightingale Ball last month. The SNA board wanted to leave a... read article »

Shining Stars

Texas Govenor Rick Perry has reappointed Dr. Ben Raimer to the state's Health Disparities Task Force for a term to expire on Feb. 1,... read article »

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