September 21, 2010

Shining Stars

Click play to view the slideshow photos   In the wake of Hurricane Isaac the Louisiana Environmental Action Network, in... read article »

Students promote Ovarian Cancer awareness

To commemorate Ovarian Cancer Awareness Month and promote women's health the UTMB Mother & Family Course (N4531) students recently wore teal... read article »

New Compensation System offers Total Rewards

UTMB Health has restructured its compensation system to align with the institution’s business strategy and the objectives outlined in The Road... read article »

Around campus

Do you have unused or expired medications? Dispose of them safely on Saturday, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., at the UTMB Specialty Care Center at Victory Lakes,... read article »

 September 27, 2012

UTMB awarded $750,000 to study teen behavior

UTMB has received a three-year, nearly $750,000 grant from the United States Office of Justice Programs National Institute of Justice... read article »

Construction cranes take their place on the UTMB skyline

A grove of 250-foot tower cranes, tallest of all construction cranes, soon will fill a gap in Galveston’s skyline reserved for... read article »



Soldier delivers to UTMB's youngest patients

U.S. Army Specialist and Galveston native, Johnathan Hrachovina, made a special delivery of sharks, teddy bears, lizards and other stuffed animals to... read article »



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It has been a little over a year since our last readership survey and we would like to hear from you. Please take a few minutes to take our... read article »

Hector P. Garcia - A commitment to excellence

UTMB's Office of the President and the Office of Diversity and Inclusion held the Hector P. Garcia awards ceremony and luncheon featuring keynote... read article »

Ball High Bench Science students meet their UTMB mentors

Twelve students from Ball High School and Ball Preparatory Academy who were selected for this year’s UTMB Scientific Research & Design:... read article »

What's new on Main Street?

The eastern end of the "Main Street" corridor in John Sealy Hospital has closed. The Main Street coffee shop is now temporarily located in... read article »

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