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UTMB News 21h
Snoring may seem harmless but at times it could be the sign of a life-threatening condition such as sleep apnea. “People whose snoring is caused by sleep apnea have a 40 percent chance of premature death," says 's Dr. Nowakowski
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Galveston ISD Aug 15
Ball High hosted the Stop the Bleed training for teachers and staff to learn about how to stop bleeding in trauma situations. Thanks to for training our teachers!
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UTMB Provost's Office Aug 14
Friday is the deadline to submit an abstract for the Hector P. Garcia Cultural Competency Poster Contest. Abstracts for posters that have been submitted to other events may be considered. A winner will be chosen by faculty and awarded $500. Register:
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Peter WT Pisters, MD Aug 14
I enjoyed my visit yesterday with president Dr. David Callender and his team. Great tour and time spent learning from and sharing with colleagues from another health institution. Thank you!
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UTMB News Aug 13
See the segment with our own Dr. Cortiella speaking about bioengineering lungs: Investigadores de Texas adelantan con éxito los experimentos con pulmones artificiales
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UTMB News Aug 13
Graduates at this week's graduation at Moody Gardens on Friday will get some inspirational advice from a 1992 alumnus, Marco Rodriguez. Learn more
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SealyCenter on Aging Aug 9
SCI Cafe: 8/14 at 5:30pm - Scientific Research from a National Institutes of Health NIH Perspective in at The Beach Hut, 713 Seawall Blvd. with David Wilde, PhD, MD, Program Officer, National Center for Advancing Transnational Sciences
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UTMB Provost's Office Aug 10
Today: See what these talented young researchers have achieved over the past several weeks at UTMB. Awards will be presented at 4 p.m.
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UT System Aug 10
And now UT’s health institution presidents are discussing “The System’s Role in Curing and Reducing Chronic Disease in Texas.”
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CW Cline Elementary Aug 10
Great “Stop the bleeding” training for our staff. Very valuable information for the workplace, when traveling and at home.
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UT System Aug 9
And now Presidents Calhoun, Callender and Colasurdo from , and , respectively, will discuss “Clinical Strategic Directions.”
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UTMB News Aug 9
Our archivist is fantastic! Come to UTMB's library to ask him what it's like to or to see one of the 20,000+ titles in our Rare Book Collection dating back to the 1300's.
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UT System Aug 4
The Board of Regents unanimously voted to select national higher ed leader James B. Milliken as sole finalist for chancellor:
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UTMB Provost's Office Aug 7
.'s August Faculty Researcher is Dr. Chris Fry, Asst. Professor, . His lab studies the cellular and molecular changes that occur within skeletal muscle following an orthopedic injury. Learn about his research:
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Craig Porter Aug 6
Cool to see work on bioengineered lungs from ⁦⁩ researchers reported by the ⁦⁩ this morning ⁦
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IACLEA Members Jul 30
Congrats 2 the new chief institution U of Texas Medical Branch Kenith Adcox. “I feel as if all my prior experience and training were in preparation for this job. I look forward to working with the professional men & women of the UTMB PD.” Good luck, chief!
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BBC Science News Aug 3
Engineered pig lung transplant 'a success'
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UTMB Provost's Office Aug 2
Our Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences is celebrating its 50th anniversary next year! Its alumni are leading a fundraising initiative to help establish a program-specific endowment for every graduate training program in the GSBS. Learn more.
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Texas A&M University Government Relations Aug 2
! Federally-funded research and leads to a discovery to help patients & potentially save lives!
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America's Essential Hospitals Aug 1
On July 24 the declared the most recent outbreak over. Thanks to a vaccine developed in part by a researcher at this outbreak was contained after just 3 months.
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