September 21, 2010

Shining Stars

UTMB’s Correctional Managed Care, in partnership with Value Options NorthSTAR, provides health screening and coordination of care to county... read article »

Cancer survivors day

UTMB hosted its third annual Celebration of Life event for cancer survivors on June 5 at the UTMB Specialty Care Center at Victory Lakes and the... read article »

Around campus

Dietitian Rachel DeSonier will discuss nutrition during cancer treatment and ways to improve diet to decrease risk of cancer at the next meeting of... read article »

Building a better UTMB

As demolition work continues at the 1108 Strand Building (Bldg. 18), effective May 28, construction fencing was extended from the southwest corner of... read article »

 June 7, 2013

More than 200 new physicians graduate from UTMB School of Medicine

Jonathan Lugo made up his mind four years ago that he wanted to attend UTMB to get his medical degree. And then Hurricane Ike hit,... read article »

Becoming a UTMB doctor - a family tradition more than 100 years in the making

Lindsay Jinkins always knew she would grow up to be a doctor. And she knew that she would attend medical school at UTMB. After all,... read article »





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Finding inspiration in the fight
I admire my patients for their courage; they give me a completely different perspective on life and make me a better person.
Ben's Blog - The end is near . . . ?

Posted on May 30, 2013 by benraimer Midnight Monday, May 25, 2013, was supposed to herald the end of the 83rd Legislative Session. Some... read article »

Family Campaign celebration and beam signing

A Family Campaign Celebration and Beam Signing event to thank all those within the UTMB family who have responded so generously to the “Working... read article »

A visit with Dr. Xiaodong Cheng - exploring the causes of obesity

UTMB researcher Dr. Xiaodong Cheng is working to identify and block a protein that interferes with an appetite-suppressing hormone called leptin.

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