TMC Infectious Disease Preparedness
All 21 hospitals on the Texas Medical Center campus are closely monitoring Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) communications and are collectively and individually prepared to follow CDC protocol, should an Ebola patient turn up in one of our hospitals. At this time, there are no patients within the…
Houston Methodist and Univ. of St. Thomas join to offer master's degree in biomedical entrepreneurship
Oct 15, 2014
Texas A&M dedicates national pandemic influenza vaccine manufacturing facility
Oct 9, 2014
Celebrating Improvement at MD Anderson Program and Poster Reception
Dr. Paul Miles. vice president of American Board of Pediatrics is the keynote speaker for Celebrating Improvement at MD Anderson on Oct. 21. Miles will speak on “Involving Physicians in Organizational Quality Improvement.” The event showcases quality efforts throughout The University […]
Engineering and Information Technology: Teaching the elephants to dance
HTMA-Texas (Healthcare Technology Management Association of Texas) presenting a talk on the importance of engineering and information technology to working as a team with respect to health care management.
TRANSITIONING INTO YOUNG ADULTHOOD, HIGH SCHOOL PLANNING, VOCATIONAL PLANNING.
Presented by: Michele Bauman Joseph, M.Ed, from Gateway Academy, for UTHealth CLASS Clinic. Michele Bauman Joseph serves as Head of School and a founder of Gateway Academy. She graduated with a Bachelor of Science degree in Speech Language Pathology in […]
Oct 23, 2014
SOMAscan-enabled Dissection of Tumor Biology
Speaker: Larry Gold, Ph.D. Chairman and Founder of SomaLogic, Boulder, Colorado Member of the National Academy of Sciences Abstract: SOMAmers can be thought of as nucleic-acid based monoclonal antibodies with wonderful biochemical qualities that are improved over antibodies. We have […]