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School of Health Professions welcomes three new staff members

The University of North Texas Health Science Center at Fort Worth’s School of Health Professions is excited to announce three new staff members in the dean’s office. Christa Lo, DHSc, MPAS, PA-C, joins SHP as associate dean. In her role, she will assist in overseeing the school’s academic programs, budget and finances, strategic planning, faculty development, clinical operations and…
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TCOM Alumnus Dr. Frederick White receives the Gold Medal Award for Distinguished Service from the AOCR

In recognition of his outstanding leadership, dedication and service, Frederick E. White, DO, FAOCR, a 1977 graduate from the Texas College of Osteopathic Medicine at The University of North Texas Health Science Center at Fort Worth, was selected as the recipient of the American Osteopathic College of Radiology Gold Medal for Distinguished Service. Dr. White…
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New TCOM Division of Performing Arts Medicine aims to grow and expand

Building on the success of the Texas Center for Performing Arts Health, the Texas College of Osteopathic Medicine at The University of North Texas Health Science Center at Fort Worth has created the Division of Performing Arts Medicine within the Department of Family and Osteopathic Manipulative Medicine. The TCAPH, which was formed in 1999 through…
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Dr. Eun-Young Mun named as UNT System Regents Professor

Dr. Eun-Young Mun of The University of North Texas Health Science Center at Fort Worth’s School of Public Health is nationally known for an extensive career in serving others through research, academics, scholarship, community service and contributions to the public good. In recognition of her work and its impact, the UNT System Board of Regents…
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Sandra Mann retires from PA Studies after 27 years

Since its inception, every student who has entered The University of North Texas Health Science Center at Fort Worth’s Physician Assistant Studies program has been greeted by Sandra Mann. Mann, one of the PA program’s first employees, officially retired, ending a 27-year throughline that connected the program’s past with its current students. Mann has enjoyed…
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Dr. Stacey Griner named finalist for 2024 Faculty Achievement Award

Each year at The University of North Texas Health Science Center at Fort Worth, the Faculty Achievement Award process unfolds across the university, allowing each school to nominate deserving candidates who demonstrate excellence in teaching, research, service, leadership and the overall values of the university. This year, Dr. Stacey Griner from the School of Public…
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A passion to help others guides SBS grad to PhD

More than a decade ago, Charles Amankwa was beginning a new career as a community pharmacist in Ghana, his home country, when he met a patient who would change the trajectory of his career. “She came to the pharmacy to fill prescriptions aimed at easing her glaucoma," Amankwa said. "Despite the cocktail of medications she…
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Board of Regents approves tenure of four distinguished faculty members

The University of North Texas System Board of Regents recently approved the tenure of four distinguished faculty members at the University of North Texas Health Science Center at Fort Worth. The approved faculty members are: Zhengyang Zhou, Assistant Professor, Department of Population & Community Health, HSC School of Public Health Nicole Phillips, PhD, Assistant Professor…
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HSC College of Nursing announces innovative awards to increase affordability for inaugural 2024 class

The University of North Texas Health Science Center at Fort Worth’s College of Nursing is offering nursing scholarships and awards that may cover up to 100% of out-of-pocket tuition costs for its first nursing students, continuing the UNT System’s commitment to affordable education. Applications for the inaugural classes of nursing students close July 1. “Research…
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Empathy-driven leadership: Rylee Miller embarks on her journey to transform rural health care

At the age of 25, Rylee Miller is not just a Master in Health Administration student. Miller embodies the essence of a natural-born leader, driven by empathy and a relentless commitment to making a difference. Standing on the brink of a new chapter in her life, Miller is excited to leave a mark on rural…