Aerospace Seminar Series

Aerospace Medicine is a unique and exciting field. It deals with concepts and physiology that are largely foreign to the non-Aerospace Medicine-trained physician.  The Aerospace Seminar Series is designed to be a free, publicly-accessible, introductory level familiarization to topics in Aerospace Medicine, training, and career opportunities for anyone interested in learning more about aviation and space medicine.

 What the Aerospace Seminar Series is NOT:

-A course for academic or elective credit

-Qualification for being officially trained in Aerospace Medicine, or representation as such (this includes verbal and written documentation claiming to have been trained in Aerospace Medicine, trained at UTMB, or trained as a NASA physician or Flight Surgeon)

-A substitute for formal, ACGME-accredited Aerospace Medicine training or Aerospace Medicine work experience to be used in medical practice or decision-making

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1.  "Aerospace Medicine: Sounds Cool, but What is it?"
April 22, 2024
Aerospace Medicine: Sounds Cool, but What is it?

2.  "Introduction to Space Radiation"
July 27, 2021
Introduction to Space Radiation

3.  "Aerospace Medicine Environments"

October 15, 2019
Aerospace Medicine Environments

4.  "Decompression Illness"
November 18, 2019
Decompression Illness

5. "Spatial Disorientation and Acceleration"
December 11, 2019
Spatial Disorientation and Acceleration

6.  "Space Physiology"
May 6, 2020
Space Physiology


Aerospace Medicine Residency Program
University of Texas Medical Branch
301 University Boulevard
Galveston, Texas 77555-1150

Phone: (409) 747-6131