• Groups of faculty, staff and students posing with Dr. Reiser and members of the President's Cabinet

    UTMB President’s Cabinet announces 2023 award recipients

    Ten projects that address pressing health needs received a University of Texas Medical Branch President’s Cabinet award. The awards totaled more than $220,000 and will go to 26 UTMB faculty, staff and students working on the winning projects.

  • Brain Health Institute announces pilot program winners

    UTMB Brain Health Institute announces Pilot Grant Program winners

    The University of Texas Medical Branch Brain Health Institute, a world-renowned neuroscience hub focused on rapidly transitioning groundbreaking discoveries in biomedical neuroscience to clinical applications, recently announced the winners of its Pilot Grant Program.

  • A picture of four men in suits holding UTMB's CALEA accreditation

    UTMB Police Department receives CALEA reaccreditation

    For the fourth time, the University of Texas Medical Branch Police Department has been awarded national law enforcement accreditation by the Commission on Accreditation for Law Enforcement Agencies.

  • Dr. Karen Szauter Assistant Dean in the Office of Educational Affairs

    Szauter named distinguished teacher by AAMC

    Dr. Karen Szauter, assistant dean in the Office of Educational Affairs at the University of Texas Medical Branch, was named a recipient of the 2023 Association of American Medical Colleges Alpha Omega Alpha Robert J. Glaser Distinguished Teacher Award.

  • Dr. Tiziana Corsello-Gorgun assitant professor in the Department of Pediatrics

    Dr. Tiziana Corsello-Gorgun awarded funding for research on extracellular vesicles

    Dr. Tiziana Corsello, researcher and assistant professor at the University of Texas Medical Branch, was awarded the Catalyst Award from the American Lung Association Research Institute to study extracellular vesicles and how they carry viral infections. The award comes with $50,000 for up to two years.

  • a person in a white coat and gloves holding a stethoscope with a bunch of health care related symbols around it

    UTMB Health Receives CHIME Digital Health ‘Most Wired’ Award

    The University of Texas Medical Branch received a “Most Wired Award” for 2023 in acute care and ambulatory surveys conducted by the College of Healthcare Information Management Executives (CHIME), a professional organization focused on health care information technology, for UTMB’s use of technology to improve patient care.