Biomedical Sciences Association in collaboration with the Office of Student Engagement and the Center for Civic Engagement are organizing the Light It Up Blue: Blue Splash. This event aims to raise Autism Awareness and help fundraise money for the Moody Clinic here at Brownsville.
Dr. Rodriguez and Dr. Chew will be participating as the targets for the Blue Splash.
Students will have a chance to throw paint balloons at the professors while helping the community. It will be a really fun event so please spread the word and join us!
We will have free popcorn!
Light It Up Blue - Thursday, April 2 (11 a.m. – 1 p.m.) at the Student Union Lawn.
The Biomedical Sciences Association in collaboration with the Office of Student Engagement and the Center for Civic Engagement are organizing the Light It Up Blue. This event aims to raise Autism Awareness and help fundraise money for the Moody Clinic here at Brownsville.
Wear blue to support the cause and enjoy the different games and activities that will take place. We will have different activities for the students to participate on and we will be selling snacks, baked goods and much more to help fundraise money for moody clinic. Debbie Sears, director from the Moody Clinic will be our guest speaker. We will have free popcorn!
The University of St. Augustine for Health Sciences from Austin,TX - Guest Speaker Dr. Samuel Wheeler
Dr. Samuel Wheeler is the University Representative for the University of St. Augustine for Health Sciences (USA) in Austin, Texas. The University of St. Augustine for Health Sciences is a private, independent, post-secondary University. Dr. Wheeler will come to UTB to provide some information about their health sciences fields of physical therapy, occupational therapy, orthopaedic assistant, and health sciences education.
When: Thursday April 2, 2015 from 12:15 to 1:30.
Where: Sabal Hall 1.108
The Department of Biomedicine at UT Brownsville and the School of Public
Health -Translational Research Seminar Series Fall 2015
RAHC Building N 1.130
April 3, 2015 11:00am - 12:00pm
Medical Garden with Dr. Schwarzbach - April 27 & 28, 2015
Friday, April 27, 2015 (9am - 12pm) (1pm - 4pm)
Saturday, April 28, 2015 (9am - 12pm) (1pm - 4pm)
In this event we will be working with the Alternative Medicine class to create a medicinal/herbal garden on campus. It will be located right next to bmed, so we really want students to take ownership of the garden. We will be constructing and planting on Friday and Saturday and here is where we need most of the help to make this project possible. We have morning and afternoon shifts, but they can go whenever they are available. We will provide food for the volunteers. https://utbgarden.eventbrite.com
Funding Opportunity - Merck Investigator Studies Program (MISP) : Diabetes - Grant
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The University of Texas Rio Grande Valley - Family honors doctor’s legacy with scholarship -
BROWNSVILLE, TEXAS – JANUARY 9, 2015 – Brownsville native David Castillo, a 20-year-old biomedical studies student at The University of Texas at Brownsville, has the same aspirations of becoming a medical doctor as did a young Rafael Marcos De La Cruz, who was born in Cabezas, Cuba, in 1923. Read more...