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


More than 200 entering students in the School of Medicine class of 2018 recite the Declaration of Commitment at the White Coat Ceremony last month.


UTMB honors and celebrates the life of Dr. Alvin LeBlanc, longtime faculty and administrator and member of the School of Medicine Class of 1955. 


The Salute to Nursing Golf Tournament raises much-need scholarship funds for the DNP and PhD programs. To participate in this 20th anniversary event or to learn more call 409-772-1456.


School of Medicine Alumni Association Board of Trustee members Dr. Deborah Fuller ('84) and Dr. Jane Stafford ('78) check out antique microscopes during a recent tour of the Moody Medical Library.

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Alumni Receive 2014 President's Cabinet Awards


Four alumni from the University of Texas Medical Branch earned President’s Cabinet awards for projects that will have a positive impact on the university and the surrounding community.

The following alumni who are also current faculty/staff members at UTMB were recognized at an awards dinner in September for their winning projects:  Odette Comeau (SON '87), Jamie Heffernan (SON '04), Amy Barrera-Kovach (SHP '94) and Tammy Cupit (GSBS  '13).

Recipients were presented certificates by Rex Ross, President’s Cabinet Chairman, Vicki Freeman, President’s Cabinet Awards Chair and UTMB President, Dr. David L. Callender.


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A Thank You from UTMB Faculty: Dr. Jack Alperin and Dr. Joan Richardson


Dr. Jack Alperin has been a member of the UTMB faculty since 1963; Dr. Joan Richardson ('70) has been on the UTMB faculty since 1974.

Their long careers have given them a unique perspective on the changing face of health care, and they have made a commitment that will support education at UTMB for decades to come. 

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