This kudos roundup includes UNTHSC faculty, students and alumni honored by the American College of Osteopathic Surgeons, and staff members and alumni appointed to positions with state, national and international organizations.
Listen to WRR Classical 101.1 FM for a new ad saluting the UNT Health Science Center’s Center for Human Identification. The ad also promotes the CSI: The Experience interactive exhibit at the Fort Worth Museum of Science and History that explores the science of crime scene investigations.
The UNT Health Science Center will be closed Thursday, Dec. 24, through Friday, Jan. 1, 2009, for the winter holiday. All classes and administrative offices will be closed during this time. Normal operations will resume on Monday, Jan. 4, 2010, at 8 am.
The University of North Texas System Board of Regents today voted to move forward in its intent to offer an MD degree at the UNT Health Science Center. This second medical degree would be separate from and in addition to the DO degree which currently is conferred through the Texas College of Osteopathic Medicine (TCOM) [...]
Learn about TCOM’s student-led effort to provide health screenings at Fort Worth Homeless shelters and other TCOM programs that contribute to the school’s success in graduating top-notch osteopathic physicians.
Christian Dean, TCOM Class of 2012, was interviewed live on WFAA’s “Good Morning Texas” news program yesterday. In the interview, Dean discussed Texas College of Osteopathic Medicine students’ commitment to helping Tarrant County’s homeless. Each month TCOM students perform health screenings and osteopathic manipulative medicine at Fort Worth’s Day Resource Center and Presbyterian Night Shelter.
The UNT Health Science Center and UNT Health joined TCU to raise breast cancer awareness and support women’s health at TCU’s 2009 Frogs for the Cure game on Saturday. UNTHSC’s famous pink breast cancer awareness weepuls were a hit in Frog Alley and were a common site in the stands during the game.
Alzheimer’s disease affects more than 5.2 million Americans. With the aging of the U.S. population, that number is expected to triple by 2050. On Nov. 14, the UNTHSC’s Reynolds Geriatric Education and Training in Texas program will host “Alzheimer’s Disease: Implications for an Aging Society,” to discuss new approaches to diagnose and treat the disease.