Media Relations

External News Coverage

Senior skin issues

Fifty +, 03/29/2015

Adelaide Hebert, M.D., addressed senior skin issues on a KPRC Radio program called Fifty +.

 

Excesos y peligros del 'Spring Break'

Primer Impacto, 03/26/2015

Gabriel Aisenberg, M.D., spoke with Univision's national news program called Primer Impacto about the prevention of sexually transmitted diseases for a story on Spring Break excesses.

 

Common misconceptions with autism in the workplace

Houston Business Journal, 03/26/2015

Katherine Loveland, Ph.D., spoke with a Houston Business Journal reporter about workplace challenges for people on the autism spectrum.

 

New study reveals who's most guilty of texting while driving

Yahoo! Health, 03/26/2015

Yahoo! Health featured a story on School of Public Health research regarding distracted driving rates in Texas.

 

The total trial: Richard Smalling, M.D., Ph.D.

MedPage Today, 03/25/2015

Richard Smalling, M.D., Ph.D., talked to MedPage Today about the removal of blood clots in heart attack patients.

 

The Spring 2015 parties to pencil into your calendar

Houston Chronicle, 03/24/2015

This Houston Chronicle story featuring the best upcoming parties of the season includes the Texas Taste Teaser and PARTNERS luncheon events.

 

Act early, Texas, when it comes to identifying, diagnosing autism

Houston Community Newspapers, 03/24/2015

In an op-ed published by Houston Community Newspapers, Pauline A. Filipek, M.D., discussed the importance of early screening and diagnosis of autism.

 

Houston Fire Department using doctor video chats for minor 911 calls

Houston Public Media's KUHF Radio, 03/23/2015

Richard Bradley, M.D., was quoted in this Houston Public Media KUHF Radio online story about a new telemedicine system the City of Houston is using to avoid unnecessary trips to emergency centers.

 

Preventing, diagnosing and treating sports-related concussions

KPRC-TV Channel 2, 03/21/2015

In this interview with KPRC-TV Channel 2, Summer Ott, Psy.D., discussed the warning signs of sports-related concussions.

 

A perfect match: Sealed envelopes hold the future for Houston medical students - here are some of their stories

CultureMap, 03/21/2015

CultureMap shared the stories of UTHealth medical students who found out where they were doing their residences during a ceremony called Match Day.

 


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