September 21, 2010

Shining Stars

Dr. Jeffrey E. Temple, assistant professor, UTMB Obstetrics & Gynecology has been awarded the 2013 ECPN John B. Reid Early Career Award... read article »

UTMB introduces new advanced degree, certificate and internship programs in dietetics

UTMB was recently granted candidacy for accreditation for a dietetic internship from the Accreditation Council for Education in Nutrition and Dietetics... read article »

Around campus

UTMB schools, business areas, administrative offices and most clinics will close Monday, May 27, for Memorial Day. John Sealy Hospital and the Trauma... read article »

 May 23, 2013

Students unite to help others

When people unite to help others great things can happen – and that was true for two UTMB students who took volunteering to a new... read article »

Surgical waiting room to be named for Dr. Denton A. Cooley

Dr. Denton A. Cooley’s pioneering achievements as a heart surgeon are well known, but comparatively less is known of the Houston native’s philanthropy... read article »

More than one third of Texas women still receive unnecessary breast biopsy surgery

Many women in Texas who are found to have an abnormality on routine mammogram or discover a lump in one of their breasts end up having... read article »



UTMB celebrates Nurses Week

Congratulations to all UTMB Health Nurses for the work they do each and every day.  Nurses Week 2013 themed “I’m your nurse and proud of it”, was a success with such events as the Ambulatory DAISY Awards, Health Walk, Hospital Administration Breakfast, Awards Ceremony and more.



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Get involved in the UTMB Diversity Council

Diversity is a UTMB core value, underscoring our long-time understanding that the university community is more effective in fulfilling its vital... read article »

Breast cancer, genetics and decisions

Angelina Jolie’s recent announcement about her preventive double mastectomy has left a lot of women wondering. When did she first learn she carried the BRCA1 gene? ... read article »

Employee Service Day

UTMB celebrated Employee Service Day this month with 1,899 employees receiving their service pins. Collectively, these recipients... read article »

Building a better UTMB

 Six blocks of Market Street are closed to westbound traffic for installation of underground utilities at UTMB. The closure is expected to last... read article »

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