UTMB appoints new vice president and chief medical officer

August 29, 2014

Dr. Selwyn O. Rogers, a surgeon and public health expert with credentials from Harvard, Vanderbilt and Temple schools of medicine, is the new vice president and chief medical officer for the Health System at the University of Texas Medical... more »

Leading Ebola researcher at UTMB says  there’s an effective treatment for Ebola

Leading Ebola researcher at UTMB says there’s an effective treatment for Ebola

NatureAugust 29, 2014

A leading U.S. Ebola researcher from the University of Texas Medical Branch at Galveston has gone on record stating that a blend of three monoclonal antibodies can completely protect monkeys against a lethal dose of... more »

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Keeping Kids Healthy: Practice safety tips to avoid unintentional injuries

Galveston County Daily NewsAugust 27, 2014

Unintentional injuries are the leading cause of death in children. more »

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The day I discovered Ebola-Reston

Houston ChronicleAugust 19, 2014

Tom Geisbert, a professor of microbiology and immunology at the University of Texas Medical Branch at Galveston, studies viruses, such as Ebola, that require Biosafety Level 4 containment. His first encounter with Ebola came in 1989, when tissue samples from monkeys thought to have been infected... more »

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UTMB named a World Health Organization Collaborating Center for Vaccine Research

August 15, 2014

The world experts on vaccine development at the University of Texas Medical Branch at Galveston have received an international designation acknowledging their unique niche in a sphere where research, government... more »

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Keeping Kids Healthy: Practice safety tips to avoid unintentional injuries

Galveston County Daily NewsAugust 27, 2014

Unintentional injuries are the leading cause of death in children. more »

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