September 21, 2010

Shining Stars

Congratulations to Dr. Emily Tong for successfully completing her one-year Pharmacy Practice Residency with the UTMB CMC Department of... read article »

Texas Monthly names UTMB ‘Rising Stars’

Thirteen UTMB physicians were selected by their peers as outstanding practicing doctors in Texas. After an extensive nomination and research... read article »

Keeping Kids Healthy - Dealing with insect stings and bites

Summer is here and with it comes warm weather, more daylight and bugs.

Around campus

Do you have a student who needs a pre-participation physical for summer practice for band, dance, sports or other activities? UTMB is offering... read article »

 July 10, 2013

Bringing neurosurgical training into the 21st century

Imagine you have a brain tumor and your doctor says surgery is the only way to save your life. Now also imagine that the doctor has a... read article »

UTMB receives Center of Excellence designation in Gynecology

UTMB is one of only four hospitals in Texas to receive the Center of Excellence in Minimally Invasive Gynecology designation,... read article »

Working out with the walking dead

Having trouble getting motivated to exercise? Well, a UTMB behavioral-science researcher has come up with something that should get you... read article »

Executive leadership enter the Challenge Tank

Come out to Levin Hall at noon on July 31 and watch as the Innovation Challenge 2013 teams face UTMB's executive leadership in the Challenge Tank... read article »

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National Occupational Therapy Honor Society Inducts New Members

The Nu Chapter of Pi Theta Epsilon, the national occupational therapy honor society, recently inducted new members from the UTMB Class of... read article »

Researchers identify ‘master coordinator’ for aortic rupture

Every year, more than 16,000 Americans die as a result of what’s known as an “aortic dissection” — a catastrophic rupture of... read article »

UTMB's Annual Health and Benefits Fair

Learn more about your benefits at UTMB's Annual Health and Welfare Benefit Fairs. 

Blogging with the EAC

Check out the new redesigned Employee Advisory Council Blog - new features include Engage & Chat and Q & A's.