September 21, 2010

Shining stars

Ottenbacher named to NIH Blue Ribbon Panel; SON holds Residency Week; UTMB Cancer Center receives donation and kudos for Health System team all in this weeks Shining Stars

Social Media: Protecting yourself

It’s been about 18 months since I wrote an article on social media. Since then, UTMB has approved and published an Institutional Handbook on... read article »

Around campus

September is Prostate Cancer Awareness month, and UTMB Health is hosting the Prostate Health Conference 2011 on Sept. 24 at the UTMB Specialty Care... read article »

 September 20, 2011

Back to school

Hundreds of UTMB students gathered together for the annual Plazapalooza event held on Old Red Plaza. The social event, hosted by the... read article »

UTMB research reveals teens suffer post-hurricane

Galveston teenagers who weathered Hurricane Ike without evacuating the island reported higher rates of substance abuse and physical and... read article »

Safety in biocontainment comes with experience

Think of what it takes to maintain a seven-story, 185,000-square-foot building — lights, power, air. Now imagine that nearly half... read article »





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UTMB Alerts: Emergency update

UTMB is making a transition in its emergency notification system, effective immediately. FirstCall is being replaced with UTMB Alerts. Supported by a... read article »

School of Nursing begins new year

UTMB President Dr. David Callender addressed incoming students at the School of Nursing Welcome Ceremony for 166 undergraduate and 112 master’s... read article »

Family celebrates third BOI baby

When she got pregnant with her first baby in 2008, Melonie Smith had a long talk with her husband Brad. Both native Galvestonians, the couple then... read article »

Exploring health care careers

This fall, as Galveston high school students begin choosing extracurricular activities, they’ll have a special option to explore a career in... read article »

Building a better UTMB

As part of the ongoing upgrade to facilities, a large construction crane is scheduled to lift heavy equipment to the roof of the John Sealy Hospital... read article »

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