Willed Body Program

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Your donation to the Willed Body Program at the Health Science Center at Fort Worth will help educate future physicians, scientists and other health care providers and improve the quality of health for your family and future generations. This unique gift helps students discover the intricate beauty of the human body and become better health care providers. Our educational studies are made with every effort to show dignity, grace and respect.

Legacy of Life

Serenity Program

Serenity Program for hospice patients and the terminally ill

The Serenity Program allows patients, families and health care providers to know with certainty if a donor meets current research criteria before or at the time of passing.


Memorial Contributions

Often families find comfort in honoring life

Through these memorial contributions, family, friends and acquaintances can express their condolences by contributing to our UNTHSC Foundation/Anatomy Development Fund. These contributions will be used to improve our educational facilities and teaching resources thus having a direct impact on our student, researcher and physician educational experiences.

Legacy of Life Ceremony

Making the ultimate gift to medicine

Legacy of Life

Each year, hundreds of students from the Texas College of Osteopathic Medicine, College of Health Professions, and Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences at the UNT Health Science Center, along with the Nurse Anesthetists program at TCU, benefit from those who donate their bodies to medical education.

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Outreach Programs

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Graduate Studies

Structural Anatomy and Rehabilitation Sciences Rachel Menegaz, PhD, Graduate Advisor Research and Education Building RES-230 | Phone: 817-735-0126 | E-mail:...
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Donor Process

Benefits of donating your body to science Your donation to the Willed Body Program of the Health Science Center will...