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December 2016 Edition (PDF Version)

Specialized pediatric facility changes the game for area families

Children’s Miracle Network, a long-standing partner for TTUHSC at Amarillo, is contributing $6 million toward a stand-alone pediatric specialty facility that will be constructed on the grounds of the Amarillo campus. MORE»

Children's Miracle Network Amarillo


Internal Medicine students compete and present at meeting

The Department of Internal Medicine’s Medical Jeopardy Team competed in the Doctors Dilemma competition Nov. 4-6 at the American College of Physicians’ Texas chapter meeting in Houston. MORE»


Pharmacy students help install ramps

A group of first-year pharmacy students recently spent part of their Saturday afternoon with the Texas Ramp Project helping improve wheelchair access for several members of the Amarillo community. MORE»

Texas Ramp Project


TTUHSC Program Helping Local Area Meet National ‘80% by 2018’ Goals

Dr. Misra hosted a group of state and local leaders who pledged their support for the National Colorectal Cancer Roundtable’s “80% by 2018” initiative that seeks to regularly screen 80 percent of adults aged 50 and older for colorectal cancer by 2018. MORE»

80% by 2018


ELF Committee begins holiday effort with luncheon, salsa contest

To brighten the upcoming holiday season for a group of TTUHSC families who need assistance, the Employee Love Fund (ELF) committee hosted its Holiday Kick-Off Luncheon Nov. 17. MORE»

TTUHSC Employee Love Fund


TTUHSC teams make WISE presentations

Four teams comprised of students and alumni shared their passion for science and medicine with local middle school and high school girls Nov. 14 at the 2016 Women in Science Endeavors (WISE) Symposium at Amarillo College. MORE»

Women in Science Endeavors (WISE)


Your Life, Our Purpose campaign comes to Amarillo campus

President Tedd L. Mitchell, M.D., was on the Amarillo campus Nov. 18 to announce the kickoff of TTUHSC’s Your Life, Our Purpose campaign, which seeks to raise $150 million to advance initiatives in education and patient care. MORE»

TTUHSC Your Life, Our Purpose


Lunch & Learn raises money for shelter

The Laura W. Bush Institute for Women’s Health hosted Part 3 of its Lunch & Learn series Nov. 8 benefiting the Downtown Women's Center. MORE»

Laura W. Bush Institute for Women's Health


Amarillo campus salutes its veterans

To commemorate Veteran’s Day on Nov. 11, some of the TTUHSC veterans on the Amarillo campus were recognized for their service to our country. MORE»

TTUHSC Amarillo Veteran's Day


Grad student awarded travel scholarship

A. G. M. Mostofa, a Ph.D. candidate working as a research assistant in the School of Pharmacy in Amarillo, received a Graduate Student Travel Award from the American Association of Bangladeshi Pharmaceutical Scientists. MORE»


National Memory Screening Day a success

TTUHSC hosted National Memory Screening Day Nov. 15 in the first-floor lobby of the School of Medicine building. Amarillo Mayor Paul Harpole attended the event and presented the Alzheimer’s Proclamation. MORE»

TTUHSC National Memory Screening Day

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