September 21, 2010

Shining Stars

Dr. Ruben Berrocal, the Panamanian Minister of Science and the National Secretary of Science Technology and Innovation,... read article »

Butterfly Project helps hearts soar

The Butterfly Project is an interdisciplinary, student-run organization whose mission is to improve the care of women, infant, children, and the... read article »

Around campus

On Labor Day, Monday, Sept. 5, schools, business areas, administrative offices, and most of UTMB’s clinics will close for the day. John Sealy... read article »

 September 2, 2011

UTMB set to move forward on new hospital

UTMB Health is proceeding with plans to build a new hospital after the UT System Board of Regents gave its approval and the... read article »

School of Medicine welcomes class of 2015

More than 200 members of the incoming class of medical students at UTMB received their white coats in a ceremony that welcomed them... read article »

School of Health Professions holds graduation

The UTMB School of Health Professions celebrated its commencement with a total of 130 students graduating, including 34 with Bachelor... read article »





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New Jennie Sealy Hospital approved!

I am very pleased to share the good news that the University of Texas System Board of Regents today approved our plans to build the new Jennie Sealy... read article »

$1.7 million awarded for plague research

The National Institutes of Health has awarded UTMB professor Ashok Chopra $1.7 million over the next five years, renewing NIH support for his... read article »

Building a better UTMB

The first phase of demolition of the old Jennie Sealy and Shriner Burns Hospitals began with the construction of fencing around the work area.... read article »

New defense against hospital-acquired infection

Researchers have discovered a key mechanism used by intestinal cells to defend themselves against one of the world's most common hospital-acquired... read article »

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