September 21, 2010

Shining Stars

The diabetes education program at the UTMB Stark Diabetes Center recently was awarded continued recognition from the American Diabetes Association... read article »

UTMB receives $1.2 M HPV grant to provide vaccine

UTMB's Dr. Abbey Berenson has been awarded a $1.2 million grant to start a program that will provide a vaccination against cervical cancer to many... read article »

Around campus

Labor Day closures Monday, schools, business areas, administrative offices and most of UTMB’s clinics will close for the day. John Sealy... read article »

 August 30, 2012

Pediatric surgeons join forces in first-of-its-kind surgery

Four-year-old Kaden Ochoa had a rough start in life. He was born with a birth defect to his portal vein, known as extraheptatic portal vein obstruction... read article »

Blocker Burn Unit holds rededication ceremony

It was 9:12 a.m. on April 16, 1947, and the surgical instruments rattled on a tray while Dr. Truman G. Blocker Jr. was performing... read article »

Study helps pancreatic cancer patients make hard choices

Every year, nearly 45,000 Americans are diagnosed with pancreatic cancer. The odds against those stricken by the disease are truly... read article »

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UTMB School of Health Professions holds commencement

The UTMB School of Health Professions held their commencement with a total of 276 students graduating.  Of the graduates 43... read article »

John Sealy Hospital concourse construction underway

Barricades and walkway detours started going up on Aug. 24 for construction of the $15.3 million concourse that will connect John Sealy Hospital... read article »

A community of scholars: GSBS welcomes new students

With insights from their fellow students into the realities of scientific study at UTMB, greetings from an alumnus, and sage advice from a faculty... read article »