UTMB "Shining Stars'' participate in 57th Presidential Inauguration, National Drug Facts Week, Ball High School mentor program and more... read article »
People who suffer from chronic pain that doesn’t respond to standard analgesic or opioid treatment may be closer to finding relief in the near... read article »
Lunch Bunch, Cancer Support Group, retiring and new faculty members and grant awards... read article »
Construction is scheduled to begin in February on a $90 million building expansion project at the Specialty Care Center at Victory... read article »
Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. once said, “Of all forms of inequality, injustice in health care is the most shocking and... read article »
For the seventh year, UTMB Health will participate in RecycleMania—a friendly, 8-week competition for college and university... read article »
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The university and Galveston communities are mourning the loss of UTMB alumnus and President Emeritus Dr. William C. Levin, who passed away Jan.... read article »
'Old Red' is the oldest medical school building west of the Mississippi River and the scene of at least one shooting, according to a new book by Heather Wooten... read article »
Kim Bachmeier was not yet a runner when she signed up to participate in the University of Texas Medical Branch inaugural Causeway Fund Run in 1996.... read article »
Entrance A at the Primary Care Pavilion is now open... read article »