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This is “A Week of Making” at UTMB, with Texas’s first hospital Maker Faire 6/26, followed by a MakerHealth Space Series at the Osher Lifelong Learning Institute 6/27 and a Pop-Up MakerHealth Space at St. Vincent’s Clinic 6/28. Learn more:
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Adam L. Booth, MD Jun 20
Honored to be named the College of American Pathologists 2018 Resident of the Year by the Board of Governors Thank you , , , mentors, and colleagues for your constant support and encouragement.
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America's Essential Hospitals Jun 22
Experts from explain how they transformed organizational quality in Critical Conversation. Their Best Care initiative looks at patient experience as the sum of all patient interactions. Everyone contributes to patient experience.
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Texas Health Journal Jun 22
Dr. Alex Vo's top 5 tips for successful system-level change? Engagement, transparency, empowerment, patience, and ... click to read more in this month's "The Insider!"
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Peter Daszak Jun 22
Scott Weaver of talking about the global emergence of Yellow Fever, Dengue, and Chikungunya. I love it when people enjoy their work “These are two beautiful mosquitoes”!!
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UTMB News Jun 21
UTMB's Shannon Guillot-Wright called mental health issues & trauma resulting from family detention “the number one issue” associated with migration in this story:
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America's Essential Hospitals Jun 21
Our Board Chair Donna Sollenberger of passes the gavel to Joe Scott of . Looking back on an eventful but amazing year and looking forward to great things to come!
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UT System Jun 15
Did you know? A professor is currently on the International Space Station.
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UTMB Provost's Office Jun 11
Congrats and thanks, Dr. Booth, for representing UTMB so well!
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CDC Jun 11
Live healthier and longer with 30 minutes of physical activity each day. Get active and shift the balance.
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UTMB News Jun 8
astronaut is one of three that docked with the this morning. Learn how her time at UTMB helped prepare her for this mission.
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NASA Jun 8
With the arrival of three new crew members, now has six people living aboard. The hatch opened at 11:17am ET to welcome , and Sergey Prokopyev. WATCH:
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UTMB Provost's Office Jun 7
What a great story from ! When Dr. Spencer Reynolds was a child he wrote that he wanted to grow up and be a doctor like his dad. His lifelong goal was achieved last Saturday as he earned his medical degree from UTMB. Congrats, Dr. Reynolds!
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UTMB Provost's Office Jun 5
Our Alzheimer's Education Series begins this Thursday, 6/7, at noon in Jennie Sealy Hospital. "The Basics of Alzheimer's Disease" will cover detection, causes, risk factors, stages of the disease, treatment options and more. Register:
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UTMB News Jun 6
alumni is on her way to the to International Space Station! Read more about her mission here: and here:
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UTMB News Jun 5
"Imagine the day when humans can regrow limbs! Maybe we will using what we learn from the genes of these creepy crawlies," write Drs. and Norbert Herzog in their new Medical Discovery News episode on cockroaches!
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UTMB Provost's Office Jun 4
Our School of Medicine Commencement was a big occasion not only for graduates, but also for a few alumni. Congrats to the winners of our Ashbel Smith Distinguished Alumni Award, which recognizes outstanding service to the medical profession and humankind.
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UTMB Provost's Office Jun 2
Commencement speaker Dr. Rick Goodgame tells School of Medicine graduates that they will have a significant impact on patients’ lives - perhaps not on every patient, and not in every encounter - but throughout their careers, their impact can be profound.
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UTMB Provost's Office Jun 2
Class speaker Zachary Ashmore tells his fellow graduates what he admires about them - their care and compassion for humanity. “You love each other, and you love your patients.”
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UTMB Provost's Office Jun 2
“You leave UTMB with a marvelous medical education that is second to none. You will be able to provide the best possible care to patients and be the lifelong learners that it takes to be successful in our profession.” - UTMB President David L. Callender’s words to SOM graduates.
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