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We are committed to an institutional culture that fosters the recruitment, nurturing and retention of a diverse student body, trainees, staff and faculty that is reflective of the community we serve.


Giuseppe N. Colasurdo, MD
Dean, UTHealth Medical School

The University of Texas Medical School at Houston is committed to diversity and inclusion of each member of the Medical School family – be they students, faculty, staff, residents, fellows, patients, alumni, parents, donors, or friends.

The fourth-largest city in the United States, Houston is home to an amazing mix of cultures, beliefs, and nationalities. Our goal is to serve this populace through medical education, patient care, and research that is inclusive and to reflect this population in our workforce and student body.

The Medical School Office of Diversity and Inclusion exists to provide structure and support to this commitment, offering resources and specific programs that enhance our mission, such as mentoring for students and faculty. This medical school has a longstanding tradition of friendliness among students, and it is my expectation that this esprit de corps is embraced by all members of our Medical School community as we learn to serve others.

Just as we celebrate the diverse nature of the six schools within UTHealth, we must continue to recognize our differences as individuals, as it will help us provide a richer environment for our students and better care for our patients.