Welcome to the University of Texas Medical Branch! I am honored to serve UTMB’s Academic Enterprise as Executive Vice President, Provost and Dean of the School of Medicine.
As the first academic medical center in Texas, our institution enjoys a proud history as we look toward a bright future. We have educated generations of health care professionals who have gone on to apply their training to improve countless lives. Looking ahead, I am proud that we continually innovate to stay at the cutting edge of education, research, and clinical care.
Each of UTMB’s four schools is characterized by first-class leadership, faculty, and academic programs. Our focus on interprofessional education prepares trainees from all academic areas to work collaboratively and deliver team-based, patient-centered care that is the standard today. No matter what program you enter, I have confidence you will gain the knowledge and tools you need to begin a fulfilling, impactful career.
It is my goal for UTMB to be the institution of choice for outstanding students, faculty, and staff who share our strong commitment to advancing health care. I am excited to share all that our institution has to offer. I believe your experience at UTMB will be a transformative one – not only for you, but for all those whose lives you will touch in your career. I am so glad you are here.
Charles Mouton, MD, MS, MBA
Executive Vice President and Provost
Dean, School of Medicine
The Provost oversees the entire
Academic Enterprise, serving as an advocate for the interests of all our
students, residents and members of our faculty and staff.
Provost’s Office works to ensure continued excellence in the areas of
education, research, and patient care. We are committed to recruiting
and to retaining outstanding and diverse faculty and staff members. We
are also dedicated to providing the best available resources to help our
Academic Enterprise flourish and fulfill our overall mission to improve
health for the people of Texas and around the world.
The Provost provides leadership and support to all four schools at the University of Texas Medical Branch: School of Health Professions, School of Medicine, School of Nursing, and Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences.