Extreme Medicine Program

GSBS' newly developed Extreme Medicine Certificate has hit the news!
See the story in the Galveston Daily News

The Certificate in Extreme Medicine is an introduction into the world of medical care for individuals involved in sports, occupations, and circumstances in extreme environments. Housed in the Department of Preventive Medicine and Community Health, the program is directed by Drs. Cherl Lowry and Brian Pinkston."


UTMB GSBS joins other schools in adopting the BioMedCAS system for processing applications to graduate school. See Liaison International's press release here:

Candidacy Milestone

Congratulations to Margaret Bosenbark for reaching candidacy for the Nursing PhD! Margaret is working with Dr. Terese Verklan.

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GSBS 50-for-50 InitiativeThe GSBS "50 For 50" Initiative!

The "GSBS 50 for 50" is an alumni-led initiative to raise $500,000 in graduate program specific support to celebrate the 50th Anniversary of the GSBS in 2019. Ideally, the initiative will result in the establishment of a graduate program specific endowment for every graduate training program in the GSBS.

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Alumni Highlight

For the month of September, we are highlighting Dr. Richard De La Garza, II as an outstanding 1996 graduate of the Neuroscience Graduate Program in the GSBS - please see below. 

We hope that you will be able to join us for the GSBS 50th Anniversary Celebration and Alumni Symposium on October 18-19, 2019. We are pleased to feature more than 30 alumni representatives spanning the various training programs and decades of the GSBS.

Please visit the following website for more information and to register by October 1st: