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Care Closet expands to all UTMB campuses

The Care Closet, which provides clothing, toiletries and other basic needs to patients and their families, is now available at the University of Texas Medical Branch League City, Clear Lake and Angleton Danbury campuses, in addition to the original program on the Galveston Campus.

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GSBS and SPPH celebrated joint commencement ceremony May 17

The Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences (GSBS) and School of Public and Population Health (SPPH) hosted a joint commencement ceremony on Friday, May 17, 2024, at 2 p.m., in the Levin Hall Main Auditorium on the Galveston Campus.

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UTMB To Welcome Back Preemie Patients at Annual NICU Reunion

The Neonatal Intensive Care Unit will host the NICU Family Reunion on Saturday April 27. The event will feature games, music, crafts and provide an opportunity for the children and their families to be reunited with the UTMB staff members who provided care while they were hospitalized during the early months of life.

Research grant awards target innovations in trauma care

Five University of Texas Medical Branch primary investigators received competitive grant awards totaling $1,722,433 from the Trauma Research and Combat Casualty Care Collaborative for six research projects.

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UTMB Neurologist receives Joe Niekro Foundation Patient’s Choice Award

Dr. Hashem Shaltoni, a neurologist and professor with the University of Texas Medical Branch Department of Neurology, was one of three local clinicians honored with a Patient’s Choice Award during the 2024 Joe Niekro Foundation’s 2024 Knuckle Ball Gala.

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Pediatric kidney care drives Katy family to Clear Lake

March is national kidney month and UTMB has a team of expertly trained clinicians ready to help keep these vital organs healthy and strong in patients just like five-year-old Olin Lewis.

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UTMB President’s Cabinet announces 2023 award recipients

Ten projects that address pressing health needs received a University of Texas Medical Branch President’s Cabinet award. The awards totaled more than $220,000 and will go to 26 UTMB faculty, staff and students working on the winning projects.

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Dr. Jerry A. Mansfield hired as chief nursing executive

Dr. Gulshan Sharma, senior vice president and chief medical & clinical innovation officer at the University of Texas Medical Branch, announced today that Dr. Jerry A. Mansfield has accepted the position of vice president and system chief nursing executive at UTMB effective Feb. 1, 2024.

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New research sheds light on the potential cause of diabetic kidney disease

For years, researchers have worked to understand why some people with diabetes get kidney disease while others do not. A paper published in today’s edition of Science Translational Medicine may have uncovered the reason: the existence of a new type of diabetes.

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