A rendering of the new Jennie Sealy Hospital scheduled to open in 2016.  To learn more visit workingwonders.utmb.edu.


Members of the School of Medicine Class of 1965 recently celebrated their 50th class reunion at Homecoming. See more pictures in the News & Media photo gallery.


Kirby Ruth Van Winkle, right, was named the 2015 recipient of the Euphemia Jane Ritchie RN Excellence in Nursing Award during the SON commencement. SON Dean Pam Watson is pictured with Van Winkle.


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Newly inducted SOM Alumni Association President, Dr. James Winn (SOM '67), presents outgoing President Dr. Deborah Fuller (SOM '84) with a special plaque thanking her for her service.

Congratulations to these Doctor of Nursing graduates who were conferred at the School of Nursing 125th commencement ceremony on April 24.

Steve R. Shelton (SHP '75) Receives National Rural Health Association's Highest Honor


UTMB assistant vice president for community outreach and executive director of Texas Area Health Education Center East was awarded the 2015 Louis Gorin Award for Outstanding Achievement in Rural Health Care.

This award is presented annually by the National Rural Health Association to an outstanding individual who has dedicated time and talent to improving the health and well-being of rural Americans.

Learn more about Shelton and this award here.

Dr. Christopher Lewis (SOM '03) to Speak at School of Medicine Commencement


Dr. Christopher Lewis (SOM '03) will serve as the keynote speaker for the 125th School of Medicine commencement ceremony on Saturday, May 30.

Currently a Chief Educator with Doctors in Training, an online education company, Dr. Lewis has worked on Step 1, Step 2 and Step 3 board review courses. He is also an associate professor with Texas A&M Health Science Center where he teaches MS3 students during their family medicine clerkship.

Dr. Lewis is known for his engaging and humorous teaching style.

Read more here.


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