Students studying a wide range of health care disciplines at TTUHSC, Amarillo College and West Texas A&M University recently provided free health screenings at a National Black HIV/AIDS Awareness Day health fair in Amarillo.
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The Texas Academy of Physician Assistants recently named D. Shane Harper, a clinical physician assistant with Texas Tech Physicians of Amarillo, its Outstanding Physician Assistant of the Year!
The Society of Toxicology (SOT) recently selected Sharavan Ramachandran, a Ph.D. candidate in the Graduate Program in Pharmaceutical Sciences in Amarillo, to receive the Syngenta Fellowship Grant in Human Health Applications of New Technologies.
Throwback Thursday: Last month, we opened a new student center on the Amarillo campus! It’s located in the basement of the School of Medicine-School of Health Professions building.
The spring collection cycle of Medication Cleanout will begin March 24 on the Amarillo campus! The appropriate disposal of unused medications helps reduce accidental poisonings, medication misuse and drug abuse.
Physicians on the Amarillo campus are using tele-medicine to detect skin cancer from a distance without making patients from rural areas travel. Skin cancer rates are high in the Texas Panhandle, especially among farmers and ranchers who spend extended amounts of time in sunlight.
In Case You Missed It: Eric MacLaughlin, Pharm.D., a pharmacy professor in Amarillo, was among four TTUHSC faculty members to receive a Chancellor’s Council Distinguished Faculty Award!
Beginning Summer 2018, the Masters of Public Health program will be offered fully online. Students can earn their master’s degree or certificate in a flexible learning environment that works around personal or professional commitments.
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Alan Keister, M.D., a clinical associate professor for TTUHSC’s Department of Internal Medicine, was recognized recently for his efforts in establishing and managing the Heal the City Free Clinic in Amarillo.
This Saturday, TTUHSC, Amarillo College and West Texas A&M University students studying a wide range of health care disciplines, will host free health screenings at the Alive and Aware Health Explosion Resource & Health Fair.
The Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center School of Pharmacy recently conducted mock interviews for fourth-year pharmacy students planning to apply for residency positions. The interviews were staged on all four School of Pharmacy campuses, including Amarillo.
We’re on Instagram now too! Follow @TTUHSCamarillo to see our latest photos. https://www.instagram.com/ttuhscamarillo/
There’s still time to register for the Laura W. Bush Institute for Women's Health’s annual Day of the Woman dinner on Feb. 8. Lawyer and former Amarillo resident Terry Bentley Hill, along with Laura Street will provide an update on mental health options in Amarillo. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for registration.
In Case You Missed It: Our new student center opened this week! The facility is a first-of-its-kind space on the Amarillo campus. It includes internet access, a pool table, televisions and more for students to enjoy during their downtime between classes.