A discovery that could protect the eye and the brain
Eye researchers focus on chemical that could prevent vision loss.
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.
Student’s inspiration leads to WHO internship
Public Health student Courtney Searles spent six weeks at the World Health Organization headquarters in Geneva, Switzerland.
Teaming up for women’s health with the Laura W. Bush Institute
Former first lady’s health symposium features UNTHSC research.
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.
A partner on the physician career path
Mentoring program motivates high school students to become doctors.
Research projects help medical students become better physicians
Texas College of Osteopathic Medicine students discover that working on research projects has many rewards.
TCU and UNT Health Science Center select dean for new M.D. school
Stuart D. Flynn, M.D., says new school will impact health care in Texas for generations.
Grateful for every step
Surgeon helps Mansfield man get back on his feet.