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    From the President

    July 15, 2018, 22:00 PM by Dr. David L. Callender

    Welcome to the latest issue of Impact. This has been a busy summer so far, with great progress being made on the Health Education Center on the Galveston Campus, the opening of the parking garage on the League City Campus and preparations for the opening of the MD Anderson Cancer Center outpatient facility in a few weeks.

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    A day in the life of a surgical resident at the Angleton Danbury Campus

    July 14, 2018, 21:30 PM by Shannon Porter

    Dr. Laticia Stewart’s day begins hours before she ever steps inside the doors of UTMB’s Angleton Danbury Hospital. Mondays are usually a clinic day at the Angleton Danbury Campus for Stewart. But this particular Monday starts before sunrise in Galveston, after she responds to an early-morning call for residents to cover procedures at Hospital Galveston, the Texas Department of Criminal Justice facility on UTMB’s island campus.

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    On the cutting edge

    July 12, 2018, 20:15 PM by Stephen Hadley

    While continuous improvement through lifelong learning has been a key part of UTMB’s culture for years, this tenet comes to life at the Sealy and Smith Laboratory for Surgical Training, Assessment and Research (LSTAR).

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    Time-honored Tradition

    July 5, 2018, 19:34 PM by Kurt Koopmann

    When the 2018 School of Medicine graduates walked in to receive their degrees this year, they followed in the footsteps of generations past being led by the university’s ceremonial mace, a symbol of academia dating back to medieval times.

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    Hidden Talent: Leslye Mlcak

    July 4, 2018, 19:26 PM by Stephen Hadley

    Leslye Mlcak found her hidden talent four years ago: She’s a phenom with fondant and a cake baker extraordinaire.

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    UTMB Trivia -July

    July 3, 2018, 19:23 PM by Stephen Hadley

    A crowd gathers outside and on the balconies of the old John Sealy Hospital (you can see Old Red to the left of the covered walkway) to welcome a passing motorcade on the UTMB campus in May 1937.

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    Five common myths about sun exposure

    July 1, 2018, 19:25 PM by Stephen Hadley

    With the dog days of summer now upon us, it’s likely that many will spend days frolicking in the pool or heading to the beach to keep cool and beat the heat. If you and your family are heading for the out-of-doors this summer, here are a few myths (followed by the facts) about exposure to ultraviolet (UV) light that you should keep in mind.

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    From the President

    June 8, 2018, 22:00 PM by Stephen Hadley

    Welcome to the newest issue of Impact! This issue highlights the important contributions of our faculty and staff and your ongoing commitment to improving health for the people of Texas and around the world.

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    A day in the life of a UTMB Police detective

    June 7, 2018, 21:30 PM by KirstiAnn Clifford

    Sleep doesn't always come easy for UTMB Detective Greg Gaona. He often wakes up in the middle of the night with an “aha” moment that may crack a case or lead to an arrest. “I can’t tell you how many times I’ve had an idea come to mind at 3 a.m. and I have to go write it down,” he says. “Putting puzzles together and solving cases, especially complex cases—I can’t tell you how rewarding that is. You have to be persistent, nosy and think outside the box.”

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    Always focused on providing Best Care

    June 7, 2018, 20:15 PM by Mary Feldhusen

    The focus on providing Best Care extends well beyond the unit or clinic setting, as every employee contributes—directly or indirectly—to providing top-notch care to patients across our institution.

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    An Ebola Breakthrough

    June 6, 2018, 20:15 PM by Donna Ramirez

    A new collaborative study has identified Ebola antibodies that could be used to design universal therapeutics that are effective against many different Ebola species. The findings were recently published in Nature Microbiology.

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    Celebrating Employees

    June 5, 2018, 20:15 PM by Shannon Porter

    It’s no secret UTMB is comprised of some of the most outstanding employees, but on May 16, more than 1,700 were celebrated for reaching important milestones in their careers during the annual Employee Service Day ceremony in Levin Hall.

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    Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences awards 39 degrees

    June 4, 2018, 19:34 PM by Kurt Koopmann

    UTMB’s Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences awarded 39 degrees during its commencement ceremony May 18 in Levin Hall. Each year, a highlight of the school’s commencement is the presentation of four prestigious awards.

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    UTMB Trivia -June

    June 2, 2018, 19:23 PM by Stephen Hadley

    Located on UTMB’s Galveston Campus, the Ashbel Smith Building—also known as Old Red—was the first building completed on the campus and it was used to support the state’s first medical school.

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    Emergency prep tips

    June 1, 2018, 19:25 PM by Stephen Hadley

    The June 1 start of hurricane season makes emergency preparedness a hotEmergency Man topic for those of us on the Gulf Coast. But as we all know, emergencies that disrupt our ability to fulfill our mission—and which affect our families and homes—can happen at any time and at any of our locations throughout the state.

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    From the President

    May 28, 2018, 22:00 PM by Stephen Hadley

    We recently shared the exciting news that UTMB earned an “A” grade for the second consecutive reporting period from the Leapfrog Group for our accomplishments in reducing errors, infections and accidents that can harm patients.