As an undergraduate, Jaclyn Bermudez made an important finding in a biology lab – she discovered she loved research. Her career trajectory has rocketed skyward ever since. And this year she became a board member of the world’s largest and most respected eye and vision research organization:
Megan Lewis, student in the Texas College of Osteopathic Medicine, was at a loss what to do when, in her former job as a medical scribe, she became aware that a doctor was acting in a manner potentially detrimental to patient safety. She discusses her ethical dilemma in an award-winning essay: In April she was [...]
Texan Yale Fu’s first year at Stanford Law School was a bit stressful. He moved to California, sought a summer job and devoted most of his days and nights to challenging classes and studying—and paid close attention to finances.
The School of Health Professions recently honored several students with annual awards.
The Texas College of Osteopathic Medicine last week honored 35 students with awards, including the Dean’s Awards for Scholarly Excellence, Excellence in Academics and Excellence in Research.
TCOM’s Student Osteopathic Surgical Association (SOSA) hosted the National SOSA Convention 2014 on campus earning rave reviews, while Martha Ayewah, (TCOM ’15) was elected national SOSA president.
More than 20 awards were handed out at the Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences (GSBS) Awards Banquet recently at Billy Bob’s Texas.
Which health care profession will help make sure the millions of patients newly insured under the Affordable Care Act are treated?
The first students in the UNT System College of Pharmacy will receive their white coats in a ceremony beginning at 10 a.m. Aug. 17 in the MET auditorium. The traditional white coat symbolizes responsibility and compassion. (Pictured are some of the first students in the UNT System College of Pharmacy.)
What if high-achieving college students could pursue their dream of becoming doctors, with a guaranteed seat in a Texas medical school, although they have little money? The Texas Joint Admission Medical Program makes that dream a reality.