September 21, 2010

Shining Stars

Community hero, teaching masters, six degrees winner, excellence in professionalism and more ...
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UTMB Health launches new mobile view

In May 2011, UTMB Health launched a mobile-optimized view of its patient-oriented web site, UTMBHealth.com. If you visit the UTMB patient site using... read article »

Around campus
The Osher Lifelong Learning Institute is expanding its summer school curriculum to include courses at the UTMB Specialty Care Center at Victory Lakes... read article »

 July 26, 2011

UTMB scientists work to determine seafood safety

In an effort to determine the vulnerability of affected Gulf Coast communities following last year’s BP oil spill, the National... read article »

Annual benefits enrollment

Annual Enrollment for benefits for the 2011-2012 plan year began on July 15 and lasts through July 31. During this time you can change... read article »

'Nu' members inducted into honor society

The Nu Chapter of Pi Theta Epsilon, the national occupational therapy honor society, inducted new members from the UTMB Class of 2012... read article »



San Luis Salute

Paul Schulz, Michelle Beckwith and Lauraleigh Gourley-Vogel of the San Luis Hotel present UTMB President Dr. David L. Callender a $100,000 check from the proceeds of this year’s San Luis Salute. The UTMB benefactor of this year’s event held in March during Mardi Gras was Dr. Donald Prough and the Department of Anesthesiology... read article »



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In your shoes with Transportation

UTMB President Dr. David  L. Callender hitched a ride with Larry Platt of Action Personnel as he transported patients and employees to and from... read article »

All on a Saturday night

Tian Luo and Abdul Wakeel are both research scientists in Jere McBride’s lab in the Department of Pathology. They’ve both been at UTMB for five years. Late last year, they both learned their wives were pregnant...

Back to school health tips

Although it may feel like the summer break just started, it won't be long before the yellow buses will be rolling again, and colorful lunch boxes... read article »

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