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

 

Young alumni gather in Austin on June 26 at La Condesa Restaurant to meet, greet, network and reconnect with UTMB.

 

More than 30 young alumni attended a networking event on June 19 in Houston. These receptions are underwritten by the Alumni Associations of the Schools of Medicine, Nursing and Health Professions.

 

School of Medicine student ambassadors lead a tour through the Old Red Amphitheater for the 2014 Proud Parents Beach Retreat.

 

Congratulations to the 2014 School of Medicine Ashbel Smith Distinguished Alumni. From left, Dr. Ronald Deskin ('69), Dr. Peter Rojas ('70), Dr. Tedd Mitchell ('87) and Dr. Michael Silva ('84).

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Connecting to the UTMB Alumni Relations website is simple and easy.  Click here now to register and get connected!

As an alumnus of the University of Texas Medical Branch, you are part of a growing community of more than 30,000 healthcare professionals that touch the lives of people in all corners of the world.

As a member of the UTMB Alumni Relations online community you will be able to:
1. Access the online directory to find former classmates and friends.
2. Find out about upcoming UTMB events on campus or near you.
3. List your accomplishments and professional news in class notes.
4. Keep your contact information current so others can locate you.
5. Take advantage of program discounts (Discount with ID).
6. View photos from various alumni-related events.
7. Pay your alumni association membership dues online.
8. Contribute to your school's greatest needs fund.
9. Follow UTMB on FaceBook and Twitter to get the latest and greatest news.
10. Learn about Working Wonders, the campaign for UTMB Health.

 

Alumni Say Thanks

 

UTMB has shaped the lives of three generations of Purgasons.

Today, as alumni, donors, parents, and leaders in the Fort Worth community, Dr. Tom Purgason (School of Medicine 1979) and his wife Michele Purgason (School of Nursing 1979) are proudly partnering with friends like you to ensure UTMB will impact lives for generations to come.

Listen to their special message above.

 

 

Ways to Stay Connected

  1. Support Your School’s Needs
  2. Update Your Information
  3. Join our mailing list 
  4. Join the President’s Cabinet
  5. Take advantage of Alumni Discounts
  6. Support the Working Wonders Campaign
  7. Join UTMB Alumni on Facebook

    


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