DEMARCUS AND SADÉ KELLY, with their children Ariana, Jacob and Hosiah, were among the families who attended a “Made in Texas” themed neonatal intensive care unit (NICU) reunion on Aug. 4, where they were reunited with TEXAS CHILDREN’S HOSPITAL doctors, nurses and other staff who cared for them. The reunion celebrated former patients who graduated from the Newborn Center in 2017 (Credit: CJ Martin).
DEMARCUS AND SADÉ KELLY, with their children Ariana, Jacob and Hosiah, were among the families who attended a “Made in Texas” themed neonatal intensive care unit (NICU) reunion on Aug. 4, where they were reunited with TEXAS CHILDREN’S HOSPITAL doctors, nurses and other staff who cared for them. The reunion celebrated former patients who graduated from the Newborn Center in 2017 (Credit: CJ Martin).
ALAN D. BARRETT, PH.D., director of the Sealy Center for Vaccine Development at UTMB, was awarded an honorary Doctor of Science degree by his alma mater, the University of Warwick in England.
ALAN D. BARRETT, PH.D., director of the Sealy Center for Vaccine Development at UTMB, was awarded an honorary Doctor of Science degree by his alma mater, the University of Warwick in England.
Houston BCycle stations were recently installed at the Texas Medical Center (TMC) Transit Center (6910 Fannin St.); TMC Garage 2 (1150 Bates Ave.); TMC Commons (6550 Bertner Ave., shown right); and 6411 Fannin St.
Houston BCycle stations were recently installed at the Texas Medical Center (TMC) Transit Center (6910 Fannin St.); TMC Garage 2 (1150 Bates Ave.); TMC Commons (6550 Bertner Ave., shown right); and 6411 Fannin St.
On July 29, more than 180 campers headed to CAMP PERIWINKLE for a week of activities including horseback riding, archery, and arts and crafts. The week-long camp for children with cancer and their siblings from TEXAS CHILDREN’S CANCER AND HEMATOLOGY CENTERS aims to provide safe, emotionally healing adventures to increase independence and self-esteem (Credit: Dave Einsel).
On July 29, more than 180 campers headed to CAMP PERIWINKLE for a week of activities including horseback riding, archery, and arts and crafts. The week-long camp for children with cancer and their siblings from TEXAS CHILDREN’S CANCER AND HEMATOLOGY CENTERS aims to provide safe, emotionally healing adventures to increase independence and self-esteem (Credit: Dave Einsel).
ALI DODGE-KHATAMI, M.D., PH.D., an internationally recognized leader in pediatric and congenital heart surgery, has joined The University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston (UTHealth) department of pediatric surgery as professor and director of Pediatric Heart Surgery. He also is an attending pediatric cardiovascular surgeon at the Children’s Heart Center at Children’s Memorial Hermann Hospital.
ALI DODGE-KHATAMI, M.D., PH.D., an internationally recognized leader in pediatric and congenital heart surgery, has joined The University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston (UTHealth) department of pediatric surgery as professor and director of Pediatric Heart Surgery. He also is an attending pediatric cardiovascular surgeon at the Children’s Heart Center at Children’s Memorial Hermann Hospital.
WILLIAM GIBBONS, M.D., medical director of the Family Fertility Center and chief of reproductive medicine at Texas Children’s Pavilion for Women, was selected as a “World Class Reviewer” by the medical journal, Fertility and Sterility.
WILLIAM GIBBONS, M.D., medical director of the Family Fertility Center and chief of reproductive medicine at Texas Children’s Pavilion for Women, was selected as a “World Class Reviewer” by the medical journal, Fertility and Sterility.
PRINCESS HAIFA BINT FAISAL BIN ABDULAZIZ AL SAUD of Saudi Arabia listens as JENNY CHANG, M.D., director of the Houston Methodist Cancer Center, explains the latest findings and clinical trials regarding Triple Negative Breast Cancer at Houston Methodist Hospital. The princess and her delegation arrived in mid-July for a visit organized by Houston Methodist Global Health.
PRINCESS HAIFA BINT FAISAL BIN ABDULAZIZ AL SAUD of Saudi Arabia listens as JENNY CHANG, M.D., director of the Houston Methodist Cancer Center, explains the latest findings and clinical trials regarding Triple Negative Breast Cancer at Houston Methodist Hospital. The princess and her delegation arrived in mid-July for a visit organized by Houston Methodist Global Health.
JACK B. MOORE, a retired Houston executive, began a two-year term as Chairman of the American Heart Association Houston Board of Directors on July 1.
JACK B. MOORE, a retired Houston executive, began a two-year term as Chairman of the American Heart Association Houston Board of Directors on July 1.
MICHAEL R. KAUTH, PH.D., investiga- tor at the Center for Innovations in Quality Effectiveness and Safety (IQuESt) at the Michael E. DeBakey VA Medical Center; and professor in the Menninger Department of Psychiatry & Behavioral Sciences at Baylor College of Medicine, received The James Besyner Award for Lifetime Achievement in public service from the American Psychological Association.
MICHAEL R. KAUTH, PH.D., investiga- tor at the Center for Innovations in Quality Effectiveness and Safety (IQuESt) at the Michael E. DeBakey VA Medical Center; and professor in the Menninger Department of Psychiatry & Behavioral Sciences at Baylor College of Medicine, received The James Besyner Award for Lifetime Achievement in public service from the American Psychological Association.
LAUREN QUINN was promoted to vice president of external relations for LifeGift, the federally-designated organ and tissue recovery agency serving 109 Texas counties in Southeast, North and West Texas.
LAUREN QUINN was promoted to vice president of external relations for LifeGift, the federally-designated organ and tissue recovery agency serving 109 Texas counties in Southeast, North and West Texas.
DAVID MARSHALL, J.D., D.N.P., RN, chief nursing and patient care services executive at The University of Texas Medical Branch at Galveston (UTMB), was named a 2018 American Academy of Nursing fellow.
DAVID MARSHALL, J.D., D.N.P., RN, chief nursing and patient care services executive at The University of Texas Medical Branch at Galveston (UTMB), was named a 2018 American Academy of Nursing fellow.
EARL SHIPP, former vice president of operations, U.S. Gulf Coast, The Dow Chemical Company, was elected chair of the CHI St. Luke’s Health System Board of Directors (Credit: Emily Jaschke).
EARL SHIPP, former vice president of operations, U.S. Gulf Coast, The Dow Chemical Company, was elected chair of the CHI St. Luke’s Health System Board of Directors (Credit: Emily Jaschke).
THE UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS MD ANDERSON CANCER CENTER hosted its annual “MD Anderson Day” at THE JOHN P. McGOVERN MUSEUM OF HEALTH MEDICAL SCIENCE. Staff and physicians from MD Anderson provided attendees with healthy living and wellness resources.
THE UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS MD ANDERSON CANCER CENTER hosted its annual “MD Anderson Day” at THE JOHN P. McGOVERN MUSEUM OF HEALTH MEDICAL SCIENCE. Staff and physicians from MD Anderson provided attendees with healthy living and wellness resources.
GUADALUPE QUINTANILLA, ED.D, speaks to Baylor College of Medicine physician assistant (PA) students and their community partners during a fiesta luncheon celebrating the end of a two-week language immersion program. The program pairs a PA student with a Spanish-speaking senior citizen in the community and encourages hands-on practice and learning (Credit: Bethany Strother, Baylor College of Medicine).
GUADALUPE QUINTANILLA, ED.D, speaks to Baylor College of Medicine physician assistant (PA) students and their community partners during a fiesta luncheon celebrating the end of a two-week language immersion program. The program pairs a PA student with a Spanish-speaking senior citizen in the community and encourages hands-on practice and learning (Credit: Bethany Strother, Baylor College of Medicine).
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Field Notes: September 2018

DEMARCUS AND SADÉ KELLY, with their children Ariana, Jacob and Hosiah, were among the families who attended a “Made in Texas” themed neonatal intensive care unit (NICU) reunion on Aug. 4, where they were reunited with TEXAS CHILDREN’S HOSPITAL doctors, nurses and other staff who cared for them. The reunion celebrated former patients who graduated from the Newborn Center in 2017 (Credit: CJ Martin).

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