News in this week’s Inside UTMB: Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. casual luncheon and evening reception and awards ceremony; Dr. Scott Lea will present, “Influenza: Public health’s pet tiger”; Dr. David Callender addressed “Academic medicine and health reform: Opportunity and challenge”; UTMB Health Optical Center patients give high marks for customer satisfaction; Mario Roederer, of the National Institutes of Health Vaccine Research Center, spoke on “Identification of T memory stem cells: Implications for vaccines and therapy”; S. Michael Owens, of the College of Medicine at the University of Arkansas, spoke on “Monoclonal antibody vaccines for the treatment of drug abuse”; Dr. Elizabeth Brunt, of Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis, presented “Benign tumors of the liver: An update for pathologists”; Labros Sidossis presented “Why most people cannot achieve and maintain an ‘ideal’ weight: Implications for the elderly”; Patricia van den Berg spoke on “Body image, disordered eating, weight, and health behaviors”; Drs. Todd Swanson, Orkideh Behrouzan, Mark Clark, Jerome Crowder, Rebecca Hester and Suresh Bhavnani joined UTMB Health.