Panel: The Alumni Journey (In-person and Virtual options)


The Health Science Center is beyond privileged to have several of the various health sciences industries up-and-coming and seasoned leaders and innovators in our midst—all committed to holding an interactive dialogue to share their success secrets with our students through their own personal career journeys! You will not want to miss this opportunity to get “up close and personal” with our best and brightest, including several recent HSC alumni. Come prepared to engage and network!

Alumni names and Bios coming soon!

Live event will take place in EAD 506 Food served at 5:30, panel discussion will be from 6:00-7:00 p.m.

Virtual attendees, please RSVP through Engage to receive zoom link information.

*This is a starred event, if you attend 3 starred events you will be eligible for the prize drawing*

Please email for questions or more information.

Be Curious About Escape Rooms


The HSC Regional Simulation Center has been building Escape Rooms for various programs on Campus. See what we can do for you!

This Lunch and Learn is the 1st of two Innovation Simulation Meetings in May. We will use this time to showcase our created escape rooms and discuss how we can engage your learners.

What can we do for you?


2023 Spring Faculty Assembly – “Lift Every Voice”


The 2023 Spring Faculty Assembly will be held on Friday, April 28, 2023, in EAD108/Luibel Hall.

Lunch will be available for in-person attendees beginning at 11:30 am. The Assembly will start at noon and also be available via Zoom.

Celebrate your colleagues as Faculty Achievement Awards are announced, and receive a legislative update and an update on faculty concerns.

Bring a donation for the student food pantry and receive an additional entry for door prizes. There is a need for food and hygiene items.

LMSA x SAB CINCO DE MAYO CELEBRATION – FREE Food/Band/Dance Lesson – Friday 5/5/2023 – MET 109/111


SAB and LMSA have teamed up with the Division of Student and Academic Affairs to organize an exciting Cinco de Mayo celebration! Please join us to learn about the history and significance of Cinco de Mayo while enjoying delicious food and live music performances by Mariachi Rodriguez DFW! There will also be an opportunity to learn how to dance cumbia! Come dressed as your favorite Latin figure to enter our dress-up competition for a chance to win an amazing prize! We hope to see you there!

Friday, May 5th, 2023
MET 109/111

Free food while supplies last!

Davis Phinney Foundation Request for Applications


Letters of Intent due: June 16, 2023; 5:00pm MDT

The mission of the Davis Phinney Foundation is to help people with Parkinson’s live well today. We do this by funding clinical research that develops science-informed resources and programs. Our goal is to gain insights into, for example, the mechanics of ‘how exercise helps’ so we can inform both clinical guidance and patient education. Research that clarifies mechanisms, outcomes, and best practices to improve the lives of people affected by Parkinson’s is central to our mission. We issue this RFA to encourage scientific inquiry and innovation in areas linked to our mission that have the potential to uncover solutions that will have a direct impact on Parkinson’s motor and non-motor manifestations or disease progression.

Proposals eligible for this 2023 funding program will address the following priority area:

Cognition and exercise

We are primarily interested in reviewing projects that seek to use clinical (human PD) methodologies to:

Generate pilot data for studies examining the mechanisms and/or long-term effects of physical exercise on cognition.

Understand or explore the cognitive impairment factors (across domains and severity) that create barriers to, or compromise, physical exercise intervention.

For more information, please visit 2023 Davis Phinney Foundation RFA

Jaanuu Scrubs Discount and Fundraiser


Participate in our fundraiser to support a UNTHSC student-run free clinic in Fort Worth and get yourself some snazzy new Jaanuu scrubs for 20% off all core styles and colors using the link below and code “UNTHSC”! Code is valid between now and May 13th. Any questions or problems please contact

AIM-Ahead Call for Proposals



NIH’s Artificial Intelligence/Machine Learning Consortium to Advance Health Equity and Researcher Diversity (AIM-AHEAD) program is committed to establishing mutually beneficial and coordinated partnerships to increase the participation and representation of researchers and communities currently underrepresented in the development of artificial intelligence/machine learning (AI/ML) models, and enhance the capabilities of emerging technology, use of electronic health records (EHR), and other data to address health disparities and inequities.


AIM-AHEAD Notice of Intent to Publish Solicitations:

      • Consortium Development Projects to Advance Health Equity
      • Data and Infrastructure Capacity Building
      • Program for Artificial Intelligence Readiness (PAIR)
      • Hub-Specific Pilot Projects
      • Research Fellows Program
      • Leadership Fellowship Program


For more information, please visit the AIM-AHEAD website.

Roland Max Petty – PhD Research Proposal Seminar and Defense


In partial fulfillment of the requirements for the Doctor of Philosophy degree in the School of Biomedical Sciences, Roland Max Petty will present a seminar entitled, “The development of reconstituted high-density lipoprotein nanoparticles for ocular applications” on May 1, 2023, at 11:00 a.m. CST in EAD 406. The campus community is invited to attend. A private defense with the advisory committee will immediately follow the seminar.

Roland Max Petty is a doctoral candidate in Visual Sciences, under the supervision of Dorota Stankowska and Raghu Krishnamoorthy, Ph.D., Professors.

Sexual Assault Awareness Month – On-Demand Video with Women’s Center of Tarrant County


The Office of Care and Civility would like to share the following presentation with the HSC Community: Sexual Assault Awareness Month with the Women’s Center of Tarrant County.

Take a look at this informative video available via the following link:

April is Sexual Assault Awareness Month and we encourage you to take a look at the variety of resources and events going on throughout the month!