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Official Twitter account for the University of Texas Medical Branch, the oldest academic health center in Texas
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UTMB Health 13h
UTMB alumna Serena Aunon-Chancellor among astronauts preparing for a June launch to the . The 2006 graduate will become just the second person (and first woman) of Cuban ancestry to travel to space. Read more →
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UTMB Health 17h
Has flu season reached its peak? While it’s still at epidemic levels, the severity of the outbreak may be easing.
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UTMB Health Feb 18
Awesome photo! Hope you enjoyed campus and our balmy winter weather.
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Texas Health Journal Feb 16
The goal, says Dr. Alex Vo, is that eventually we won't even talk about "telemedicine" anymore. It will just be part of medicine. Read more at
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UTMB Health Feb 16
The has, for the first time, approved a blood test to help detect in adults. via
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UTMB News Feb 15
“I think it’s okay, if you’re a kid, to go to a teacher and say, ‘Hey, I’m worried about John.'” expert tells for their story on how to help kids spot and report signs of violence before tragedy strikes
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UTMB Health Feb 15
It’s a new year, with new goals. Why not take your nursing career to the next level? Earn your Bachelor’s degree online! The UTMB School of Nursing offers licensed nursing professionals a two-semester program. Apply now now through 3/15. More at .
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UTMB Health Feb 14
Thank you to everyone who attended the UTMB Women’s Leadership Network event and panel discussion!
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Cortney Feb 14
Imposter syndrome creeps in. We tend to ask, “Am I supposed to be here?” Push past that and be confident in what you are capable of. - Dr. Saavedra
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Melodi Moore Feb 14
Best Advice- Aspire to what you want to be without relationship to title or salary.
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UTMB Health Feb 14
Roses are red, violets are blue, now keep your Valentine from getting the . Happy !
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Majka Woods Feb 14
The overall context and environment drive leadership direction, and understanding the ‘pulse’ of the room might be more important than the male/female dynamic?
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Cortney Feb 14
Women at UTMB asked about working in predominantly male environment. Dr. Laura Rudkin says others have shared different strategies; she responds based on context and what she sees as needed to be successful.
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Majka Woods Feb 14
‘People skills’ and relationships are critical to success in leadership (and probably life)!
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Cortney Feb 14
CEO Donna Sollenberger emails a personal blog post every Friday - essential to help others feel connected to her and the institution, since employees are located all over Texas.
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Cortney Feb 14
Relationships with people who share and understand your work create a safe space for professionals. Cultivate relationships at work and lean on that network outside of work.
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Cortney Feb 14
A great leader does not have to have expertise in all areas, but needs to be able to lead a team comprised of those who do.
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Majka Woods Feb 14
The A-ha moment that leadership is about what you do and how you treat people in good times and through struggles and connections to people are critical.
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Majka Woods Feb 14
In a leadership role the challenge of the overwhelming sense of responsibility requires outlets to reset and that is ok!
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Melodi Moore Feb 14
So excited about this panel and cannot wait to hear them.
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