The Texas College of Osteopathic Medicine’s graduate medical education programs include two Dermatology Residencies (in Fort Worth and Houston), a Neuromusculoskeletal Medicine Residency, a Neuromusculoskeletal Medicine Plus One Residency, a Primary Care Sports Medicine Fellowship, and a Palliative Medicine Fellowship.
Texas OPTI is an educational consortium committed to assuring the advancement of osteopathic postdoctoral training. In fulfillment of that commitment we enhance osteopathic graduate medical education through quality program development and advocacy on behalf of our interns, residents, fellows, and member institutions.
The University of North Texas Health Science Center Faculty Development Center (UNTHSC FDC) is part of the Office of Educational Programs (OEP). The UNTHSC FDC works in collaboration with colleagues to plan and present a variety of programs including an annual academic medicine fellowship, leadership conferences, teaching workshops, resource development, organizational retreats and other services to individual faculty and academic medicine organizations.
The Advisory College Program is a mentoring network designed to promote greater interaction between faculty and students at TCOM. Each college serves as a learning community where faculty advisors facilitate curricular and co-curricular activities to develop skills which will aid medical students as future physicians.
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