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UT Health physician receives career achievement award

: Dr. Blair Grubb posed for a photo with his daughter, Helen, after receiving the UT College of Medicine and Life Sciences’ Career Achievement Award in January.

Dr. Blair Grubb, Distinguished University Professor of Medicine and Pediatrics, has received the College of Medicine and Life Sciences’ Career Achievement Award.

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Natural Sciences and Mathematics

Astronomy students conduct research with Discovery Channel Telescope

UT students Jessica Moore, left, Anthony Howarth, center, and Megan Banks posed for a photo last fall with Lowell Observatory’s Discovery Channel Telescope in Arizona.

Undergraduate students in the Observational Astronomy class fall semester had a chance to use the Lowell Observatory’s Discovery Channel Telescope in Arizona.

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Events

Lecture to address how nutrition affects cardiovascular disease

Esselstyn

Dr. Caldwell Esselstyn Jr., author of “Prevent and Reverse Heart Disease,” will discuss how nutrition affects cardiovascular disease Tuesday, Feb. 9, at the University.

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Athletics

Women’s golf team to sport red in February to help fight heart disease

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The women’s golf team will help educate opponents and fans about heart disease this month by wearing a red shirt at tournaments.

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Events

UT to host community electronics recycling drive Feb. 6

Electronic Recycling Drive

Old electronics stacked up in the basement or gathering dust in the garage? Bring them to UT’s fourth annual electronics recycling drive Saturday, Feb. 6.

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Events

UT pharmacy students to host Cleveland conference in March

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The UT chapter of the Student National Pharmaceutical Association will host the 2016 regional conference in Cleveland in March. Register early and save some money.

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Events

Pianist to play Mozart, Beethoven at Feb. 7 recital

López

Dr. José López of Florida International University will visit UT this weekend for a master class and recital in the Center for Performing Arts.

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Events

Master planning team shares analysis findings at forum

The UT campus planning team is sharing its initial findings. Two more open forums are scheduled for Wednesday and Thursday, Feb. 2 and 3.

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News

UT names finalists for provost

Four finalists have been selected and invited to campus to interview to be the next UT provost and executive vice president for academic affairs.

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Medicine and Life Sciences

UT Health doctors push for multiple arterial coronary bypass grafting as a life-saving treatment

Schwann

Dr. Thomas Schwann, UT professor of thoracic and cardiovascular surgery, led a study that found a new form of coronary artery bypass surgery, using multiple arteries, is the best treatment for patients with the most complex coronary artery disease.

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