August 18, 2015 A day in the life of a UTMB photographerCoffee, lots and lots of coffee. That’s pretty much the only constant in Mark Kinonen’s work day as a photographer at UTMB. more » Multispecialty Center employees share their surgical weight loss journeys, give hope to patientsFive years ago, Casey Radicioni reached a crossroads. At 28 years old and 240 pounds, she couldn’t climb a flight of stairs... more » Interprofessional summer teaching clinics offer free care, make big difference UTMB students stepped out of the classroom and into the clinic to get hands-on experience treating patients... more » Galveston Campus holds first Bike-to-Work Day, plans to make it a monthly eventMany employees ditched their cars and pushed their pedals to work during UTMB’s first Bike-to-Work day on July 3. 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! Working WondersThe Academy of Master Clinicians inducts its inaugural members, a CMC nurse uses a raft during recent flooding to help get to work, and much more! more » Research BriefsStudy finds some physicians using unnecessary, potentially harmful imaging for acute lower back pain, and much more.... more » New center paves way for safe and effective medications during pregnancy“We are truly doing things that have never been done before in obstetric-fetal medicine...We’re defining the medicine of tomorrow." - Dr. Gary Hankins more » IS team adding layer of security for remote access to UTMB networkHow real are threats to our financial and personal information? According to UTMB’s Information Security Director, they are very real. more » School of Medicine reaccredited; "Worthy of Emulation"UTMB’s medical education program receives full accreditation for the maximum allowable eight-year term.... more » Spotlight on James LeDuc, Ph.D., director of the Galveston National Laboratory With more than four decades of experience working in the fields of biodefense and public health, LeDuc’s work has taken him around the world... more » Sharing is Caring: Pediatric/PICU staff provide food for patient families in needTaking care of UTMB’s youngest patients is always the No. 1 priority for nurses in the Pedi/PICU Units. But the nursing staff also pays close... more » EAC visits CMC employees at Gatesville prison units EAC members got a hands-on view of the challenges faced by dedicated CMC employees providing health care to offenders... more » Back to school tips for parents Stay upbeat. Point out the positive aspects of starting school, such as seeing old friends and meeting new ones. Get into the school... more » Printable PDFDownload PDF 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!