The Delta Chapter of McGovern Medical School’s Alpha Omega Alpha (AOA) Society, the nation’s only honor medical society, honored newly elected medical students and other members March 8 at the group’s Annual Banquet and Awards ceremony.
Junior faculty members seeking to refine their skills in developing research proposals should turn their attention to the New Investigator Development Program (NIDP) and the upcoming Grants 101 and 102 workshops.
A group of McGovern Medical School students have been having spiritual experiences of a medical kind, learning about how various religious communities across Houston approach the intersection of faith and healthcare as part of an ongoing elective course sponsored by the John P. McGovern Center for Humanities and Ethics.
Two fourth-year students at McGovern Medical School celebrated a big win at the 2017 Texas Pediatric Society Annual Meeting after winning first place in the event’s E-poster contest.
Applications are now open for the Albert Schweitzer Fellowship Houston-Galveston (ASFHG), which offers graduate students the opportunity to design and implement a health-related, 200-hour, yearlong community project that provides direct service to an underserved population.
As the first student officially enrolled in the EP Heart Cardiovascular Electrophysiology Program at McGovern Medical School, Seattle-native Sam Hryciuk may also be its greatest advocate.
Jennifer Swails, M.D., assistant professor of internal medicine, will be the commencement speaker of the McGovern Medical School’s graduating class of 2017.
The 2016 Research Forum for medical students who participated in McGovern Medical School’s Summer Research Program was held on Monday, Oct. 24.
The UTHealth Center for Interprofessional Collaboration (CIPC) is pleased to announce the Fall 2016 Interprofessional Team Training Workshop, which will take place at the University of Texas School of Dentistry, from Oct. 6-27.