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Newsletter Archive March 2017
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UTRGV School of Medicine gains 56 new residents, three new residency programs
Students walking into Edinburg School of Medicine building
RIO GRANDE VALLEY, TEXAS—MARCH 17, 2017— The UTRGV School of Medicine this year on Match Day 2017 has gained 56 new medical residents, who will begin their post-graduate training here in six specialties throughout the Valley. Read the full release.
STDOI Director Williams-Blangero named H-E-B Distinguished Chair for Diabetes and Genomics
UTRGV has named Dr. Sarah Williams-Blangero (seated at center) the endowed chair of the H-E-B Distinguished Chair in Diabetes and Genomics for the South Texas Diabetes and Obesity Institute.
RIO GRANDE VALLEY, TEXAS – MARCH 9, 2017 – The University of Texas Rio Grande Valley has named Dr. Sarah Williams-Blangero as the endowed chair of the H-E-B Distinguished Chair in Diabetes and Genomics for the South Texas Diabetes and Obesity Institute. Read the full release.
Fine arts meet healing arts during FESTIBA Librarians & Educators panel
UTRGV hosted a panel discussion during FESTIBA Librarians & Educators Day, in which physicians and academics touted the benefits of using the arts to help train healthcare professionals.
EDINBURG, TEXAS – MARCH 6, 2017 – A panel of physicians, educators and artists shared their experiences and opinions on the connection between arts and sciences and the subsequent benefits, at a special panel during UTRGV’s Festival of International Books and Arts (FESTIBA). Read the full release.
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