• Pink bougainvillea flours on the UT System Laredo Campus

    UTMB announces new program at UT Center at Laredo

    The UT System and UTMB announced the expansion of UTMB’s Doctor of Occupational Therapy to be offered at the UT Education and Research Center at Laredo.

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  • A woman's leg with deep blue veins

    Statins May Reduce Clotting Risks

    New findings could help providers better evaluate the risks of venous thromboembolisms for post-menopausal women on estrogen therapy

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  • An image of data and bright lights

    $1M to Analyze Cancer Disparities

    Researchers will use Human-Centered AI to study the social and cultural barriers patients deal with to access timely and efficient cancer care

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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.

Picture of Dr. Jerry A Mansfield, vice president and system chief nursing executive

Dr. Jerry A. Mansfield hired as chief nursing executive

Dr. Gulshan Sharma, senior vice president and chief medical & clinical innovation officer at the University of Texas Medical Branch, announced today that Dr. Jerry A. Mansfield has accepted the position of vice president and system chief nursing executive at UTMB effective Feb. 1, 2024.

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.