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鶹ý researcher serves on the executive board of World Triathlon

Gabriela Gallegos, JD, MPP at a triathlon event where she serves on the executive board of World Triathlon. Photo courtesy of World Triathlon Media.

July 18, 2024

Gabriela Gallegos, JD, MPP, associate professor of management, policy & community health at 鶹ý School of Public Health serves on the executive board of World Triathlon, the international governing body for the sport of Triathlon and all related multisport, where she plays a critical role in setting policy for the sport and organization. That includes developing and implementing policies that ensure the health and safety of participating triathletes.


鶹ý community rises in Hurricane Beryl’s aftermath

The 鶹ý Neurosciences team was one of many that jumped back into service after Hurricane Beryl to focus on patient care.

July 16, 2024

In the aftermath of Hurricane Beryl, with power outages, internet disruptions, and interrupted cell signals, 鶹ý’s commitment to its students, physicians, and staff has not wavered.

With help from teams across campus, 鶹ý was able to showcase its resilience and embody its vision — excellence above all — throughout its recovery from Hurricane Beryl.





Sharing a long endometriosis journey to help others

Catherine Gray is all smiles these days now that she can be fully present with her young family. Her 20 years of pain are behind her thanks to best-practice endometriosis treatment by Mateo Leon, MD. (Photo by Brad Driver, UT Physicians)

May 20, 2024

From the day her period started at age 13, Catherine Gray experienced daily (often excruciating) pain that interfered with school, work, and her life as a young adult. She later had issues with her bladder, intestines, and bowel. What she didn’t realize was that she had endometriosis, and it was spreading to other organs. There were many days she couldn’t get out of bed.


Harris Health breaks ground on new hospital project on LBJ campus

Leaders from Harris Health and 鶹ý taking a group picture. (Photo by Halle Jones/鶹ý)

May 10, 2024

鶹ý celebrated alongside its hospital partner as Harris Health System broke ground on a new $1.6 billion hospital on the Lyndon B. Johnson campus in Northeast Harris County that will enhance health care in one of the county’s most vulnerable communities.


Salute to nurses: Meet 鶹ý’s honorees

Six headshots of nurses, along with a copy block that reads,

May 7, 2024

Six 鶹ý nurses who have dedicated themselves to caring for others were named as among the best in the city in the Houston Chronicle's 2004 Salute to Nurses. 





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