THE 2016 HOUSTON HEART WALK drew nearly 28,000 people and several four-legged participants to the TMC campus to promote physical activity and healthy living. Proceeds in excess of $2 million went to the American Heart Association, which supports research, education and various programs to fight heart disease and stroke.
THE 2016 HOUSTON HEART WALK drew nearly 28,000 people to the TMC campus to promote physical activity and healthy living. Proceeds in excess of $2 million went to the American Heart Association, which supports research, education and various programs to fight heart disease and stroke.
THE 2016 HOUSTON HEART WALK drew nearly 28,000 people to the TMC campus to promote physical activity and healthy living. Proceeds in excess of $2 million went to the American Heart Association, which supports research, education and various programs to fight heart disease and stroke.
Guests at BOO BALL: The Lost Lagoon, benefitting Ronald McDonald house Houston. The gala drew 1,200 guests and raised nearly 1.3 million. (Credit: alexandersportraits.com)
A four-legged guest at BOO BALL: The Lost Lagoon, benefitting Ronald McDonald Houston Houston. The gala drew 1,200 guests and raised nearly $1.3 million. (Credit: alexandersportraits.com)
Participants in the "worst pants" competition at the 19th annual BAD PANTS OPEN. More than 360 golfers teed off at the event, which raised $375,000 for premature and critically ill babies at Texas Children's Newborn Center.
Participants in the "worst pants" competition at the 19th annual BAD PANTS OPEN. More than 360 golfers teed off at the event, which raised $375,000 for premature and critically ill babies at Texas Children's Newborn Center.
An international team from Lamborghini, led by CEO Stefano Domenicali, fourth from left, visited with Houston Methodist Research Institute leadership and researchers, led by MAURO FERRARI, PH.D., executive vice president of Houston Methodist and the president and CEO of Houston Methodist Research Institute, fifth from left.
Winners of the "worst pants" competition at the 19th annual BAD PANTS OPEN. More than 360 golfers teed off at the event, which raised $375,000 for premature and critically ill babies at Texas Children's Newborn Center.
First Lady of South Africa, Bongekile Ngema Zuma, presents ROBERT C. ROBBINS, M.D., president and CEO of the Texas Medical Center, with a Global Diabetes Foundation pin, in South Africa, as Houston Mayor SYLVESTER TURNER looks on.
UTHEALTH CONSTELLATION GALA chairs Phil Ferguson and Kathy O’Neil, honoree Kathrine G. McGovern, and UTHealth President Dr. Giuseppe N. Colasurdo. (Credit: Michelle Watson /CatchLight Group, LLC)
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