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Mathew Stephen Web
  • Education
| June 2, 2014

Interactive map: TCOM Class of 2014 residency matches

With graduation over, members of the Texas College of Osteopathic Medicine Class of 2014 are scattering nationwide to start their careers in residency and internship programs in a variety of specialties. Once again, the largest percentage of our medical school...

Health Disparities keynote
  • Education
| May 30, 2014

Genome expert says futuristic cancer treatments are a reality now

Several years ago, when a Washington University scientist was facing certain death from leukemia, his colleagues set out to find the gene that was driving his cancer. By sequencing the genes of his cancer and those of healthy cells, they...

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  • Education
| May 28, 2014

School of Public Health takes global view: India is A€AhAthot

UNT Health Science Center is reaching out worldwide in its student recruiting efforts.  Matt Nolan Adrignola, EdD, MBA, Associate Dean of the School of Public Health, recently travelled to India to encourage students to consider a move to Fort Worth...

Gerald Korty
  • Education
| May 27, 2014

TCOM students serve Texas on statewide boards

Gerald "Jerry" Korty, MS Christopher D. Vera Gov. Rick Perry has appointed two students in the Texas College of Osteopathic Medicine to the governing boards of statewide institutions. Gerald "Jerry" Korty, MS, a TCOM second-year student, will serve as the...

Class of 2013 Spreads
  • Education
| May 25, 2014

TCOM Class of 2014 Residencies

  • Education
| May 23, 2014

Public health professor awarded Fulbright Scholarship to Saudi Arabia

Susie Ramisetty-Mikler, PhD, MPH, has been awarded a Fulbright Teaching-Research Scholarship (2014-15) to spend 10 months at Alfaisal University in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. Dr. Ramisetty-Mikler, Assistant Professor of Epidemiology at UNTHSC's School of Public Health, will teach a graduate health...

  • Education
| May 22, 2014

Renowned scientist to address Health Disparities Conference

Elaine Mardis, PhD, the renowned scientist who helped create methods for decoding the human genome, will be the keynote speaker for the Ninth Annual Texas Conference on Health Disparities May 29 and 30 at UNT Health Science Center. Dr. Mardis,...

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  • Education
| May 20, 2014

World famous biochemist says genetic blueprint will be part of regular medical care

The day is not far off when healthy individuals can get their genetic blueprint analyzed as part of a check-up, world-renowned biochemist J. Craig Venter, PhD, told the audience at the Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences commencement ceremony. "You and...

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  • Education
| May 16, 2014

First-year TCOM student wins inaugural ethics essay award

Linh Vo, a first-year TCOM student, won the first annual Nicholas and Anna Ricco Ethics Essay Award at the UNT Health Science Center. Vo received the $1,000 award for her essay that examined physicians' duty to give patients full and...

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  • Education
| May 15, 2014

World-famous biochemist-geneticist to speak at GSBS commencement

J. Craig VenterPhoto courtesy Public Library of ScienceBiochemist-geneticist J. Craig Venter, PhD, best known for mapping and sequencing human DNA, will deliver on Friday the commencement address for UNT Health Science Center's Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences graduation ceremony. The...