UTMB study shows that augmenting a gas naturally in our bodies fights RSV infection

April 27, 2015

For a high resolution image of Dr. Casola, please click here. A new study from the University of Texas Medical Branch at Galveston is the first to show that hydrogen sulfide, a gas produced naturally within our bodies, reduces the... more »

UTMB School of Nursing celebrates graduation of 125th anniversary class

UTMB School of Nursing celebrates graduation of 125th anniversary class

April 23, 2015

Click here for a high resolution photograph of UTMB nursing student Ann-Marie Servos For University of Texas Medical Branch at Galveston School of Nursing student Ann-Marie Servos, this year’s commencement... more »

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UTMB to attend Medical World Americas conference next week

Galveston County Daily NewsApril 23, 2015

Inside UTMB: Health care professionals will meet to discuss clinical and research breakthroughs that are revolutionizing medicine at the upcoming second annual Medical World Americas Co... more »


Son donates kidney to save father’s life, strengthens bond

Galveston County Daily NewsApril 23, 2015

Rick and Dayne Boutwell have a close relationship. And it’s not just because they are father and son and spend a lot of time together fishing and sailing off the Gulf Coast. On March 10, Dayne donated one of his kidneys to his father, ultimately saving his life. “It was a no-brainer... 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 »


Keeping Kids Healthy-How to make summer outdoor meals safe for your family

Galveston County Daily NewsApril 22, 2015

By Sally Robinson Spring has arrived and after an extra cold winter, everybody is ready to get outside for some picnics, backyard barbecues, dips and cold, dressed salads. In other words, it is the season of rapidly spoiling food and food-borne illnesses. Overall, the incidence of food-borne... more »

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