September 21, 2010

Shining Stars

The Otitis Media Research Team led by Tasnee Chonmaitree, M.D., was well-represented at the International meeting on Recent Advances in Otitis Media... read article »

Bauknight Family Professorship honors legacy at UTMB

Dr. Bruce Bauknight and his wife Vicki Bauknight of Victoria shared the intensity of medical and nursing schools as newlyweds... read article »

Around campus

A new study on using technology to increase physical activity and decrease sedentary behavior is looking for volunteers age 55 to 79. Participants... read article »

 July 25, 2013

UT Regents names six UTMB ‘Outstanding Teachers’

The University of Texas System Board of Regents has awarded six faculty members at UTMB with the board's highest honor in... read article »

Environmental Services steps into the future with robots

UTMB’s Environmental Services Department, contracted through Sodexo, is taking a leap into the future with the acquisition of two Xenex germ-zapping robots... read article »

Our Bodies, Our Lives - Pregnancy brain: Is it fact or fiction?

I know I opened my calendar to add something to it … but what was it?... read article »

Executive leadership enter the Challenge Tank

Come out to Levin Hall at noon on July 31 and watch as the Innovation Challenge 2013 teams face UTMB's executive leadership in the Challenge Tank... read article »

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Spotlight on Research

Last year, researchers at UTMB published more than 3,000 papers in peer-reviewed scientific journals. UTMB’s Department of Media Relations... read article »

Pediatrics hosts annual school supply drive

The UTMB Department of Pediatrics is having its annual "Back to School" School Supplies Drive for disadvantaged GISD students and... read article »

Family Medicine launches childhood wellness program

UTMB family medicine residents recently finished their first semester teaching a new childhood wellness program. Their students, fifth graders at... read article »