Martin Promoted in Department of Education at Health Science Center
Roy Martin, PhD, assistant professor of clinical ethics at UNT Health Science Center, was recently promoted to a full time position in the Department of Education.
Dr. Martinâ??s research interests include Âmedical ethics, the social and emotional aspects of illness and death and dying.
A native of Memphis, Tenn., Dr. Martin earned a bachelor of science degree in history and English from the University of Memphis, a master of divinity degree and doctor of ministry degree in ethics and counseling from Texas Christian Universityâ??s Brite Divinity School.
Dr. Martin currently resides in Fort Worth.
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