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  • Education
| March 21, 2019

Pharmacy students travel to Austin for lesson in advocacy

By Jan Jarvis    Nearly a quarter of UNT System College of Pharmacy students took a day off from their classes to get a lesson in advocacy.  The students joined nearly 600 pharmacy professionals from throughout the state for Pharmacist Day...

Art Fc
  • Community
| March 20, 2019

Young artists exhibit their work in Atrium Gallery this spring

By Rebecca Najera High school juniors and seniors have the chance to show off their artistic skills at the UNT Health Science Center when the annual High School Art Show opens in the Atrium Gallery April 5. Brock ISD art...

Team Fc
  • Community
| March 19, 2019

UNTHSC helps United Way of Tarrant County outline future direction

By Sally Crocker A team of UNTHSC researchers has recently completed a comprehensive community assessment for United Way of Tarrant County that will help set the organization’s strategic direction for years to come. Findings from this extensive study, which uncovered some...

Md Fc
  • Our People
| March 18, 2019

Match Day: A time of hoots, hollers and high fives

By Jan Jarvis   Under soft green lights, Isadora Cabral jumped into the arms of a classmate as soon as she opened her Match Day envelope. “It’s amazing, emotional, so great and exciting,” Cabral said. “I applied to way too...

Cell Fc
  • Research
| March 18, 2019

Twitter posts offer insight into young adult drinking

By Sally Crocker    Young adults’ social media chatter may reveal a lot about drinking behavior and intentions, say two UNTHSC public health researchers.   A new study published in Drug and Alcohol Dependence by Dr. Dana M. Litt, Dr. Melissa...

Match Fc
  • Our People
| March 13, 2019

On road to Match Day, couple faced med school and cancer together

By Jan Jarvis   Michael Gabbert was weeks away from starting medical school when he learned that a lump on his throat was malignant.  Diagnosed with papillary thyroid cancer, he underwent surgery at MD Anderson Cancer Center in Houston. Days...

Tcom Fc
  • Education
| March 12, 2019

TCOM again leads Texas in producing primary care doctors

By Alex Branch    The Texas College of Osteopathic Medicine is leading efforts to solve the state’s physician shortage by graduating the most primary care doctors of any medical school in Texas, according to new rankings released Tuesday by U.S....

Clinic Fc
  • Education
| March 12, 2019

PA program ranked No. 33 nationally by U.S. News and World Report

By Alex Branch    The UNT Health Science Center Physician Assistant Studies Program was rated 33rd in the country by the U.S. News and World Report 2020 edition of Best Graduate Schools.  The magazine ranked 169 schools, placing the UNTHSC...

Brit Fc
  • Research
| March 11, 2019

BRIT partnership creates opportunities for research

By Jan Jarvis They have been neighbors for nearly a decade. Now the Botanical Research...

Cancer Fc
  • Community
| March 7, 2019

Supporting young adults with cancer

By Alex Branch   Courtney Parker, a 32-year-old high school teacher, was breastfeeding her infant daughter when she felt a pea-sized lump. Her mind instantly lurched to cancer, but a visit to her doctor calmed her. Breast feeding often causes...