January 28, 2005

Armando Rosales, MD, was promoted from instructor to assistant professor in the cell biology and genetics department at the University of North Texas Health Science Center at Fort Worth.

After joining the health science center in 1994, Dr. Rosales served as the course director of the gross and developmental anatomy course. He later left the health science center to teach at two Caribbean medical schools. He rejoined the health science center in 2002. Dr. Rosales currently serves as the course director of the basic human science course for the Physician Assistant Studies program.

Dr. Rosales earned his bachelor of science and MD degrees from the University of Santo Tomas in the Philippines. He completed a five-year residency in general surgery at Capitol Medical Center in the Philippines. Dr. Rosales also earned a certificate in medical sciences from the University of Hong Kong as a fellow of the Nellie Kellog van Schaick Foundation. He completed postdoctoral research at the health science center.

Prior to joining the health science center, Dr. Rosales served as a faculty member at the Angeles University Foundation College of Medicine, and later served as chairman of the anatomy department for seven years.

Dr. Rosales is from Manila, Philippines. He currently resides in Fort Worth.


Contact: Kay Colley 817-735-2553, cell 817-980-5090, e-mail

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