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AccessUH

https://accessuh.uh.edu/login.php

COVID-19 Cyber Scams. The Department of Homeland Security has issued an advisory warning of scams involving COVID-19, and the UH System Information Security Office is already seeing phishing messages being received by faculty, staff and students.If you receive a suspicious phishing email to your UH email account, notify [email protected] Phishing

MyUH Services | All Campuses

https://myuh.hawaii.edu/

Find University of Hawaii (UH) business tasks, forms, apps, news and more with one-click access to services for students, faculty and staff.

University of Houston System

https://saprd.my.uh.edu/psp/saprd/?cmd=login

The University of Houston System Select your institution: University of Houston University of Houston - Downtown University of Houston - Clear Lake University of Houston - Victoria University of Houston System

My Personal Health Record | MyUHCare | University ...

https://www.uhhospitals.org/myuhcare

Your UH Personal Health Record. Accessible from any computer, tablet or smart phone, the University Hospitals Personal Health Record (PHR) allows you to receive results, email a doctor, refill a prescription, request or change appointments and so much more - all from the comfort of home or on-the-go, available 24/7. Login ...

UH Login - University of Hawaiʻi

https://myuh.hawaii.edu/launch-task/all/viewmystudentaccount

University of Hawai'i System Login. Forgot Password? UH Username:

Laulima : Gateway : Welcome

https://laulima.hawaii.edu/portal/

UH username and password - These are the same items you would use to register for courses at MyUH. Sign up for one or verify yours here . Plugins - These are software components that enable you to view certain content through your browser (Note: content varies between courses, so some courses may need additional plugins; check with your ...

University of Houston

http://www.uh.edu/

University of Houston biomolecular engineer, Mehmet Orman, has received an NSF CAREER Award to explore cells that defy all efforts to kill them. Known as “persister” cells, they are thought to be responsible for recurring chronic infections such as those of the urinary tract and for creating drug-resistant mutants.

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