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    COVID-19 Vaccine Available for 5+

    UTMB locations that serve children are offering the COVID vaccine to those ages 5 to 11.

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    Celebrating 130 Years!

    Learn more about our celebration.

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    COVID-19

    Testing, vaccinations, treatment and information

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    Research

    Through innovation and discovery, we're carrying solutions to medical challenges from the research bench to the patient bedside. 

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    Education

    We've been educating and training the state and nation's  health care professionals for 130 years. 

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    Patient Care

    Expert care and excellent, caring providers stand ready to serve you, close to where you live and work.

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COVID-19 Boosters Were Supposed to Rollout– What Happened?

COVID-19 Boosters Were Supposed to Rollout– What Happened?

Town Square, Houston Public Media, September 20, 2021

Dr. Alan Barrett, director of the Sealy Institute for Vaccine Sciences at UTMB, was part of an expert panel on the radio program Town Square discussing the future of the COVID-19 booster shots.

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COVID-19 Boosters Were Supposed to Rollout– What Happened?

COVID-19 Boosters Were Supposed to Rollout– What Happened?

Town Square, Houston Public Media, September 20, 2021

Dr. Alan Barrett, director of the Sealy Institute for Vaccine Sciences at UTMB, was part of an expert panel on the radio program Town Square discussing the future of the COVID-19 booster shots.

 

About UTMB

The University of Texas Medical Branch established in 1891 as the University of Texas Medical Department, has grown from one building, 23 students and 13 faculty members to a modern health science center with more than 70 major buildings, more than 2,500 students and more than 1,000 faculty. Read more about UTMB»

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