Skip Navigation and Go To Content
News from The University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston

Stories from The University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston (UTHealth)

Navigation and Search

News Archive

Bringing harmony to chaos: UTHealth trauma surgeon repairs lives

Photo of Dr. Laura Moore, a trauma surgeon at UTHealth. Photo by Maricruz Kwon

December 2, 2020

By the time first responders rushed the patient to Red Duke Trauma Institute at Memorial Hermann-Texas Medical Center, life was already slipping away through a stab wound in the neck. The steady drum of the patient’s heart faded as the trauma team roared into action. Their goal: resuscitate and transfer the patient to the operating room, where Laura J. Moore, MD, with The University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston (UTHealth), would reconstruct his severed blood vessels.

Arduino marks 30 years of helping people with HIV on World AIDS Day

Image of Roberto Arduino, MD, imposed over a grey background.

December 1, 2020

Dec. 1 is World AIDS Day, a day to unite in the fight to end the HIV epidemic, support people living with HIV, and honor those who have lost their lives. Fittingly, it’s also Arduino’s 30th anniversary at UTHealth, where he serves as professor of infectious diseases at McGovern Medical School at UTHealth. He is also the site leader for the National Institutes of Health-funded Houston AIDS Research Team, which participates in two HIV/AIDS clinical trials networks at Thomas Street Health Center. The team conducts clinical trials to assess the efficacy of new drugs for people with HIV, as well as test methods to prevent HIV transmission and community spread. The Houston AIDS Research Team has been continuously funded by the NIH for 20 years, bringing in more than $29 million in grants to serve the community.

Safety tips for cold weather

Photo of woman with socks and warm drink trying to warm up. (Photo credit: Getty Images)

November 30, 2020

With freezing temperatures expected across our region tonight, an expert at The University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston (UTHealth) has advice regarding the dangers that may be present with many heating their homes for the first time this season.


“This is how we can help” – Couple shares their story as COVID-19 clinical trial participants

The couple, who enrolled in separate COVID-19 antibody clinical trials at UTHealth, at their day 29 appointments with Netanya S. Utay, MD. (Photo by: UTHealth)

November 24, 2020

“I don’t feel so great,” my husband, Brandon, said to me one Saturday afternoon – the last thing I wanted to hear after spending the last seven months tuned into COVID-19 media coverage. Knowing a few of his co-workers had recently tested positive for the virus, we didn’t wait to secure an appointment for a rapid test. When he called me an hour later to tell me he has tested positive, my heart sank.

Thanksgiving food safety tips

Father and children preparing a turkey (Photo by Getty Images)

November 24, 2020

To keep you safe while preparing your Thanksgiving feast, consider the following tips to avoid food poisoning and possible COVID-19 exposure.

Page 1 of 62

Search UTHealth News

Use the form below to perform a new search.