September 21, 2010

Shining Stars

The UTMB Dermatology Interest Group (DIG) hosted the AIM for a Cure Melanoma Walk at the UTMB alumni track. The AIM mission is to increase... read article »

Around campus

The UTMB School of Nursing received approval for a Doctor of Nursing Practice degree in November 2011, and the first class of students entered the... read article »

 June 24, 2013

TEDMEDLive 2013: a spirit of collaboration and innovation in health and medicine

Preserving human dignity, how music inspires medicine and a novel approach to cancer were some of the topics that took center stage in... read article »

Ronald McDonald CHEER! Room opens in Conroe clinic

The UTMB Regional Maternal and Child Health Program hosted a grand opening celebration of the Ronald McDonald CHEER! Room... read article »

A trauma center in a backpack

For the U.S. Navy, providing trauma care for Marines and sailors deployed in remote locations poses a daunting challenge. When a person... read article »





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UTMB Family celebrates with Beam Signing event

The Family Campaign Celebration and Beam Signing event was a big success.  All donors who attended the celebration had an opportunity... read article »

UTMB receives $400,000 for Komen Complete Care Project

The Houston Affiliate of Susan G. Komen for the Cure recently presented UTMB with a community grant of $400,000 for the funding of the UTMB Komen... read article »

What’s the buzz on this year’s West Nile season?

Last summer’s West Nile fever season came as a rude awakening for most Americans — and in particular, for residents of Dallas and Fort... read article »

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