As reported several months ago, the UNT System Board of Regents approved a new graphic identity for all system entities to create a unified look among the campuses. The UNT Health Science Center’s new website features the new graphics, which include a new logo and colors.
It began four decades ago on an empty hospital floor and then a renovated bowling alley. Today – thousands of graduates and patients later – the mission of teaching, discovery, caring and serving continues.
Mark DeHaven, PhD, Health Institutes of Texas professor and director of research for the Primary Care Research Institute, is conducting the first large-scale faith- and community-based participatory research trial in the country to determine whether or not people can reduce risk factors for cardiovascular disease and diabetes, even if genetically predisposed for these diseases, while [...]
The UNT Health Science Center’s FOR HER women’s health institute will host two educational seminars during October.
UNT Health Science Center School of Public Health professors Fernando Wilson, PhD, and Jim Stimpson, PhD, have recently released a report in the American Journal of Public Health showing that texting while driving resulted in an estimated 16,000 fatalities in the U.S. from 2001 to 2007.
Gil Scarnati, DO (’90), has earned the first Dean’s Award for Humanitarian Service presented by the Texas College of Osteopathic Medicine to recognize TCOM alumni who distinguish themselves through outstanding personal and professional achievements and humanitarian service.
The UNT Health Science Center will host its To Your Health gala Saturday, Oct. 23 at the Renaissance Worthington Hotel in Fort Worth. This year’s gala, “White Coat. Black Tie.,” celebrates 40 years of innovation and leadership in the health sciences.
Two highly visible and unique advertising opportunities are debuting this month, bringing exposure to the Health Science Center through broadcast, web and print.
UNT Health’s Physical Therapy (PT) clinical program began seeing patients this week in suite 165 of the Patient Care Center (PCC). The clinical services are in addition to the new Physical Therapy doctorate degree at the UNT Health Science Center.
Students in the UNT Health Science Center’s Physician Assistant (PA) Studies Program will recognize National PA Week, Oct. 6-12, with several events over the next couple of weeks.