Category Archives: UNTHSC

TCOM Memory Lane

Commentary: University of North Texas Health Science Center (UNTHSC) now houses 5 different colleges; however, it is widely known as TCOM (Texas College of Osteopathic Medicine) by DO students as it is the founding college in 1970.  UNTHSC is the only … Continue reading

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Doctors, Medical Students, Citizens Celebrate National Osteopathic Week IN Fort Worth, Tarrant County

Fort Worth. TX – Emphasizing healthy lifestyles and wellness, osteopathic physicians (DOs), medical students, and members of the Fort Worth community are celebrating National Osteopathic Medicine Week (NOM Week) April 13 – 19, 2014.   There are more than 1,000 members … Continue reading

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UNTHSC Interim President, Dr. Williams, Has Impressed His Interlocutors

Commentary: The current interim president of UNTHSC, Dr. Michael Williams, seems to have impressed the local leaders and media of Fort Worth in less than 3 months in the job. After having defended the leadership of the former president of … Continue reading

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The Campaign for MD School in Fort Worth May Fail Again

Commentary: After 4 years of the official campaign to create another medical school (allopathic) by UNT administration and some local business and community, it seems that the proponents are resigning to the fate that the proposal of a second medical … Continue reading

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Saga Ransom versus Jackson Part IV: Chancellor’s Leadership Under Scrunity

Commentary: UNT Chancellor Jackson’s leadership has suddenly come under scrutiny by the local media as he has recently fired Dr. Scott Ransom from the presidency of UNTHSC, who has been enamored by the local media with his charisma and lofty promise of … Continue reading

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