Texas College of Osteopathic Medicine

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Dr. Ray Page named recipient of 2020 President’s Alumni Award for Distinguished ServiceBy Jan Jarvis As a medical oncologist, Dr. Ray Page has treated thousands of cancer patients in North Texas with care and compassion. As a researcher driven to develop new chemotherapy drugs, he has given hope to many others. As an educator, he has taught and mentored innumerable students and professionals at all levels of Read More »

May 22, 2020

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U.S. News ranks TCOM as top osteopathic school for primary careBy Steven Bartolotta U.S. News & World Report released its annual list of best medical schools for primary care, and HSC’s Texas College of Osteopathic Medicine was the highest ranked DO school in the nation. TCOM had the highest ranking of osteopathic schools and was ranked 72nd among all medical schools across the country. “We Read More »

May 18, 2020

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TCOM alum contracts COVID-19 while doing volunteer workBy Jan Jarvis Dr. Richard Loew was volunteering at a medical clinic in the Bahamas in late March when someone handed him a phone. “I pulled down my mask to answer it,”’ he said. “In that moment, I was exposed.” Five days later, the 1986 Texas College of Osteopathic Medicine alumnus tested positive for COVID-19.  He Read More »

Apr 30, 2020

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TCOM’s first class president still going strong after 46 yearsBy Steven Bartolotta He’s been practicing family medicine for 46 years, delivered over 1,000 babies and worked in his hometown for 44 years. He’s practically a member of the family to everyone in Bridgeport, Texas. Dr. David A. Ray, the class president of TCOM’s first graduating class in 1974, is an osteopathic physician for the Read More »

Apr 27, 2020

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Dual doctorate student defends dissertation virtuallyBy Steven Bartolotta The outbreak of COVID-19 has impacted the educational plans of millions, but Texas College of Osteopathic Medicine student Grace Pham wasn’t about to allow it to get in the way of hers. Pham, who is pursuing the dual-doctorate degree of DO/PhD, is in the final stages of the marathon race to earn Read More »

Apr 8, 2020

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The month medical education changed…possibly foreverBy Steven Bartolotta It was late February, and COVID-19 was spreading globally. But the concern about the wide-reaching impacts it could have on every segment of American society was minimal. It was around that time that Dr. Michael Oglesby of the Texas College of Osteopathic Medicine, a sage of over 40 years of teaching, started Read More »

Apr 3, 2020

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Less than six weeks till graduation, TCOM students ready to tackle COVID-19By Steven Bartolotta In just six-weeks, scores of students from the Texas College of Osteopathic Medicine will be joining the ranks of medical professionals. Little did they know just a month ago they would be joining the profession at a time of worldwide crisis because of the outbreak of COVID-19. The pandemic has put an Read More »

Mar 30, 2020

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A Virtual Match Day fills the void for TCOM studentsBy Steven Bartolotta The four-year odyssey through medical school for Texas College of Osteopathic students reaches a climax when inside a sealed envelope the specialty, location and launch of their career is revealed. It’s known as Match Day, a celebratory event that normally sees over 200 students come together with family, friends and faculty members. Read More »

Mar 24, 2020

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HSC students provide ‘invaluable’ support as tutors, mentors to TABS studentsBy Diane Smith Ivette Robledo stays after school to get extra help in science – a routine aimed at helping her ace freshman biology at the Texas Academy of Biomedical Sciences. The after-school instruction is the work of Tutors for the Texas Academy of Biomedical Sciences, a student organization at The University of North Texas Read More »

Feb 27, 2020

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Dr. Janice Knebl named UNT System Regents ProfessorBy Steven Bartolotta Janice Knebl, DO, MBA, has been named a Regents Professor by the UNT System Board of Regents in recognition of her tireless advocacy for seniors and older adults and her significant impact on the Texas College of Osteopathic Medicine. Dr. Knebl, Professor of Geriatrics and Director of the Center for Geriatrics, is Read More »

Feb 21, 2020