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A place to relieve stress: Library debuts a Reflection Room for students, staff and facultyBy Oreoluwa Obayan The Reflection Room, a space where students, faculty and staff can relax and de-stress, opens Feb. 24 on the third floor of the Lewis Library. The idea for the Reflection Room was developed and pursued by students who sought to create an area to help HSC team members deal with a stressful Read More »

Feb 21, 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

New Logo Hsc Install On February 16th On Ead Building.
UNT Health Science Center reveals new brand identityBy Alex Branch UNT Health Science Center is celebrating its 50th anniversary with a new brand identity and logo that emphasizes its commitment to Fort Worth and innovative spirit for the next 50 years. The new look debuted Wednesday at an event that drew community and health leaders to campus to celebrate with students, faculty Read More »

Feb 19, 2020

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Virtual medicine: UNT Health Science Center opens clinic at UNT DallasBy Diane Smith A physician assistant and doctor in Fort Worth are treating student patients in Dallas through a new virtual medicine program at UNT Health Science Center. As part of the program, sick students at UNT Dallas can schedule appointments and be examined by a physician assistant or a doctor in Fort Worth. Physician Read More »

Feb 18, 2020

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50 Heroes: Dr. Roy MartinDr. Roy Martin once described being human this way: “Being human is a journey we take, hopefully together,” he said. “A journey with people we don’t find it easy to work with but from whom we continue to learn more. I learn more from people I disagree with than from those I agree with.” Perhaps Read More »

Feb 17, 2020

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Campus love storiesBy Jan Jarvis Movies have been made, books written and TV shows created about office romances that go wrong and sometimes very right. At UNT Health Science Center, there are plenty of romances that have gone right. Whether they find love at work or come to UNTHSC with their partner, love stories can be found Read More »

Feb 14, 2020

Mind Podcast Fc
Student starts new self-help podcastBy Diane Smith Being at the top of the class was the norm for Kalan Barnes. But when she started medical school at UNT Health Science Center last fall, she was filled with self-doubt. “When you get into medical school, you can’t help but compare yourself to the highly intelligent individuals you are surrounded by, Read More »

Feb 13, 2020

Coronavirus Fc
Should I be concerned about coronavirus? Hear from our experts.What is a Coronavirus? Named after the crown-like projections on their surfaces, coronaviruses are a large family of viruses that are common among different animal species such as bats, cattle, camels, and cats. While it’s rare that animal coronaviruses infect people and spread, the first human coronavirus (HCoV) was first identified in the 1960s. Most Read More »

Feb 12, 2020

Heads Up Day 9.16.19
UNTHSC official earns national award for HIV prevention leadershipBy Alex Branch David Mansdoerfer, Special Assistant to UNT Health Science Center President Dr. Michael R. Williams, has received a national honor for his leadership on the Presidential Advisory Council on HIV/AIDS. Prior to joining UNTHSC in September, Mansdoerfer served as Deputy Assistant Secretary for Health for the US Department of Health and Human Services Read More »

Feb 11, 2020

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Students learn to use animals to improve patient outcomesBy Diane Smith Cokeita’s wavy hair spilled on the ground at the feet of several physical therapy students – she had no idea her tresses were a source of inspiration. The students pondered a class assignment: How could they incorporate a relaxed Old English Sheepdog into physical exercises aimed at helping an injured construction worker Read More »

Feb 11, 2020