UTMB, chamber of commerce partner on small business health symposium

July 28, 2015

People get yearly checkups so why not your small business? Just like going in for a physical at a doctor’s office, it can be a good idea to review the policies and insurance coverage of a small business. The University of Texas... more »

UTMB study uncovers mechanism responsible for pollen-induced allergies

UTMB study uncovers mechanism responsible for pollen-induced allergies

July 22, 2015

A new study from The University of Texas Medical Branch at Galveston has uncovered a mechanism that is central to becoming allergic to ragweed pollen and developing allergic asthma or seasonal nasal allergies. The... more »

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Inside UTMB – UT system chancellor visits UTMB

Galveston County Daily NewsJuly 9, 2015

UT System chancellor since January, William H. McRaven visited UTMB last week. McRaven has been visiting all of the UT System institutions – Harshini Neelakantan, a postdoctoral... more »

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UTMB programs influence future doctors, scientists at young age

July 14, 2015

UTMB is influencing a new generation of doctors and scientists through various programs that bring middle school, high school, and undergraduates into the laboratory and clinical settings. more »

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UTMB aims to improve local adolescent HPV vaccine rates

February 20, 2015

Gynecologist awarded $1.4 million to implement project that will increase the number of adolescents receiving the HPV vaccine more »

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Bottle of Red? Bottle of White?

Galveston County Daily NewsJuly 28, 2015

By Dr. Victor S. Sierpina The old Billy Joel song posed the dynamic of choosing the right color of wine. This has long been debated with oenophiles, those that study and love wines, each with strong opinions, including how to pair wines with foods. The classic alignment is white wines with... more »

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