UTMB study uncovers mechanism responsible for pollen-induced allergies

July 22, 2015

A new study from The University of Texas Medical Branch at Galveston has uncovered a mechanism that is central to becoming allergic to ragweed pollen and developing allergic asthma or seasonal nasal allergies. The findings are currently... more »

UTMB study finds that testosterone therapy is not linked with blood clot disorders in veins

UTMB study finds that testosterone therapy is not linked with blood clot disorders in veins

July 20, 2015

A new study from The University of Texas Medical Branch at Galveston of more than 30,000 commercially insured men is the first large comparative analysis to show that there is no link between testosterone therapy and... more »

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Inside UTMB – UT system chancellor visits UTMB

Galveston County Daily NewsJuly 9, 2015

UT System chancellor since January, William H. McRaven visited UTMB last week. McRaven has been visiting all of the UT System institutions – Harshini Neelakantan, a postdoctoral... more »

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UTMB programs influence future doctors, scientists at young age

July 14, 2015

UTMB is influencing a new generation of doctors and scientists through various programs that bring middle school, high school, and undergraduates into the laboratory and clinical settings. more »

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UTMB aims to improve local adolescent HPV vaccine rates

February 20, 2015

Gynecologist awarded $1.4 million to implement project that will increase the number of adolescents receiving the HPV vaccine more »

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MEDICAL DISCOVERY NEWS-A way out of our continuing antibiotic crisis

Galveston County Daily NewsJuly 21, 2015

By Norbert Herzog and David Niesel Antibiotic resistance occurs when strains of bacteria that infect people — such as staph, tuberculosis, and gonorrhea — do not respond to antibiotic treatments. In America, 2 million people become infected with resistant bacteria every year and at... more »

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