New Institute for Patient Safety focused on making health care safer in Texas
The Institute will focus on patient safety problems and preventable medical errors, crises that contribute to 251,000 deaths annually in the United States.
Commencement honors new health professionals
On May 21 some 600 students will receive diplomas, but numbers tell only part of the story. Meet some of our graduates.
Pharmacy professor helps make policies safeguarding health
Annesha White, PhD, is passionate about improving health care and reducing its cost.
Improving access to trustworthy health information
Under a new grant, the Gibson D. Lewis Library joins the National Network of Libraries of Medicine.
Photos: Research Appreciation Day 2016
Former surgeon general urges students to serve through public health research.
Lessons to keep kids safe
Pharmacy students teach Fort Worth schoolchildren about medication safety.
Medicine in the wild
Students offer tips on surviving heat stroke and mountain lions.
Student’s inspiration leads to WHO internship
Public Health student Courtney Searles spent six weeks at the World Health Organization headquarters in Geneva, Switzerland.
TCOM students enrich medical education – and earn a national award
Our medical students co-founded a study group for sharing knowledge among students and experienced local doctors.
Texas College of Osteopathic Medicine
Our rural med students reach every corner of Texas to learn to care for those who otherwise would go without.
A discovery that could protect the eye and the brain
Eye researchers focus on chemical that could prevent vision loss.