Todd Leach has been promoted to vice president and chief information officer at UTMB, responsible for the overall strategic direction of UTMB’s... read article »
The setting sun, an ivy-covered brick building and three acres of lush grapevines at the Haak Vineyards & Winery in Santa Fe, Texas served as the backdrop for a recent gathering of the UTMB Parents Council.
UTMB celebrated Halloween with pumpkin carving contests, colorful costumes and the fifth annual UTMB Halloween Carnival for neighborhood... read article »
UTMB’s Physical and Occupational Therapy Clinic in Texas City has moved. Effective Nov. 4, the clinic has been relocated to the Community Family... read article »
First-year School of Health Professions student, Ariel M. Morrow was the recipient of the Hector P. Garcia M.D. 2013... read article »
Mary and J.C. Wall make a one-hour drive from Angleton to Galveston every three months for a standing appointment with Dr. Megan Berman... read article »
Initiation and completion rates for the human papillomavirus vaccine series are significantly lower in the South than any other... read article »
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Thanks and gratitude, good fortune. These words came to mind when I was given the opportunity to chair the 2013 State Employee Charitable... read article »
UTMB Health has developed a new online training system to streamline its processes for delivering and maintaining required compliance-related... read article »
UTMB students, faculty and alumni manned the first aid tents at this year’s Wings Over Houston event at Ellington Airport. ... read article »
The UTMB School of Health Professions celebrated its Student Scholarship Luncheon on Oct. 29. SHP Dean Elizabeth Protas congratulated the student... read article »
Beginning this week there will be impacts to pedestrian and vehicular traffic in the areas of Texas Avenue and Fourth Street (Holiday Drive) due to... read article »