September 21, 2010

Shining Stars

Dignitaries and civic leaders join the ceremonial dedication Wednesday of the new park-and-ride commute service between Victory Lakes and... read article »

Volunteers offer selfless acts of kindness

Donna Sollenberger, executive vice president and CEO, UTMB Health System, honored UTMB volunteers for their selfless acts of kindness at a reception... read article »

Around campus

Healthy adults 18 to 45 years old are needed for the study of a dengue vaccine. The study will require 13 visits for about four months and... read article »

 June 6, 2012

UTMB helps Puerto Rican students realize dreams

Imagine you have just started your final year of medical school and you get some really bad news: your school has lost its accreditation... read article »

Ashbel Smith Distinguished Alumnus named

Five eminent physicians recently were honored and received the UTMB Ashbel Smith Distinguished Alumnus Award. The honorees are Drs.... read article »

Hurricane Ike class graduates

It was September 2008 and Michael Leasure had just started medical school at UTMB.  And then Hurricane Ike brought his education... read article »



Commencement Speaker Jennifer Arnold, MD

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Medicine requires humility, compassion
At the 2012 UTMB School of Medicine graduation, guest speaker Dr. Jennifer Arnold, medical director of the Pediatric Simulation Center at Texas Children’s Hospital and star of “The Little Couple” on TLC, inspired us all to live with humility and compassion... read article »
New concourse will blend aesthetics with storm precautions

Construction will begin next month on a project to renovate and reconfigure 65,000 square feet of first-floor corridor space that will connect John... read article »

Police sport new duds

UTMB police officers are wearing new uniforms as police departments at the University of Texas System’s 15 campuses adopt new standardized... read article »

Kismet or Karma?

Was it kismet? Karma? Or just a longing for a cup of coffee? It was Aug. 31, 2009 and Amis Carlisle had just arrived in Galveston, looking for a... read article »

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