The National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences is supporting one-year pilot projects through the Sealy Center for Environmental Health and... read article »
UTMB’s Employee Advisory Council (EAC) members visited Correctional Managed Care employees at the Walls and Estelle prison units in Huntsville... read article »
Dr. David Herndon, the Jesse H. Jones Distinguished Chair in Burn Surgery at UTMB and chief of staff and director of research at Shriners... read article »
Dr. Sara Nowakowski, an assistant professor in the Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology at UTMB, received a $19,250 grant from the... read article »
Here we are on the heels of several mass shootings. What used to be shocking has become commonplace. In fact, the United States is... read article »
For the first time, UTMB researchers were able to predict further adaptations of the chikungunya virus that recently spread from... read article »
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A reminder that annual evaluations for eligible employees must be completed — including all necessary signatures — by July 31, 2014.... read article »
In accordance with updates to UT System guidelines and IHOP 3.2.6 Criminal History Background Checks for Employment and Promotion, and in an effort to... read article »
Each year, 1 out of 3 adults 65 and older will fall, sustaining injuries that can lead to a precipitous decline in health, loss of independence,... read article »
Two months ago, my plans for the summer were to lounge around in my pajamas every day and binge watch all six seasons.
If luck indeed occurs in threes, Dr. John Alexander had his share of good fortune while he was a medical student at UTMB.
He received a draft... read article »