October 6, 2014 A day in the life of a midwifeWhen my manager first suggested I write an “A day in the life of” story about a midwife, I thought “OK.” Then I thought, wait... more » Spotlight on breast cancer: SurvivorshipAmericans are most likely to survive after a cancer diagnosis today compared to any other time in history. About 14.5 million Americans are alive... more » Hector P. Garcia Contest winning essay Read the winning essay from the Hector P. Garcia Cultural Competence Award. more » Teen Hormones and Cell Phones: UTMB's Dr. Jeff Temple on Adolescents and Sexting New research suggests that in teenagers, sexting isn’t necessarily an indicator of risky sexual behavior, like having multiple partners, using... more » Contact Impact Impact is UTMB’s newsletter focused on celebrating the accomplishments of UTMB’s faculty, staff and students. Please send all inquiries to email@example.com. We hope you enjoy reading Impact and look forward to hearing from you! Shining StarsShining a light on UTMB's most valuable resource more » Around CampusEvents, activities, clinical trials and more more » Former Blocker Burn patient gives backWhen Sandy Montelongo emceed the “Stop, Drop & Roll” race to benefit the patients and families of University of Texas Medical Branch,... more » From the front lines of the Ebola outbreak Just back from Sierra Leone, Thomas Ksiazek, Director of Biocontainment at UTMB's Galveston National Laboratory, spoke to a crowded room about his... more » President's Cabinet AwardsEleven University of Texas Medical Branch at Galveston faculty and staff and five medical students earned President’s Cabinet awards, worth... more » Tutor-a-Tor Make a difference in someone's life. Volunteer to tutor an "at-risk" Ball High School student today. more » Postdocs are the engines that drive biomedical researchThanks to television shows like “Grey’s Anatomy” and “ER,” most people know that newly minted M.D.s typically begin their careers with more training... more » Contact Impact Impact is UTMB’s newsletter focused on celebrating the accomplishments of UTMB’s faculty, staff and students. Please send all inquiries to firstname.lastname@example.org. We hope you enjoy reading Impact and look forward to hearing from you!