January 4, 2005

Victoria Rudick, PhD, retired from the University of North Texas Health Science Center at Fort Worth after serving as associate dean of the Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences since 2000. Dr. Rudick was also an associate professor of cell biology and genetics.

Dr. Rudick joined the health science center in 1973 in the department of anatomy and cell biology. Over the years, she had served in a variety of capacities at the health science center including vice chairwoman of the department of cell biology and genetics and graduate advisor in the Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences.

Dr. Rudick earned a PhD in cell and molecular biology from the Ohio State University, a master of science degree in zoology from the Ohio State University and a bachelor of arts degree in biology from the College of Wooster. She received the Edward E. Elko Award for Distinguished Service to the Graduate School Association for 1999-2000.


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