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UNT Health Science Center - a perspective from our students
UNT Health Science Center - a perspective from our students
Published: 2015/01/21
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Match Day 2016 - UNT Health Science Center
Match Day 2016 - UNT Health Science Center
Published: 2016/03/21
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UNTHSC and TCU announce new medical school
UNTHSC and TCU announce new medical school
Published: 2015/07/20
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University of North Texas Health Science Center – Fort Worth Texas
University of North Texas Health Science Center – Fort Worth Texas
Published: 2011/10/28
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UNTHSC is HAPPY (Pharrell Williams - Happy)
UNTHSC is HAPPY (Pharrell Williams - Happy)
Published: 2014/08/20
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"Starships" - UNTHSC Physical Therapy Remix
"Starships" - UNTHSC Physical Therapy Remix
Published: 2012/07/19
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The Student Veterans Association at UNT Health Science Center
The Student Veterans Association at UNT Health Science Center
Published: 2013/11/11
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UNTHSC PA Studies Admissions Information Session
UNTHSC PA Studies Admissions Information Session
Published: 2016/06/21
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University of North Texas Health Science Center Top # 12 Facts
University of North Texas Health Science Center Top # 12 Facts
Published: 2015/11/01
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Video Tour -- Steve Mifflin
Video Tour -- Steve Mifflin's lab at UNTHSC
Published: 2010/09/20
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UNT Health Science Center Commencement 2013
UNT Health Science Center Commencement 2013
Published: 2013/06/20
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TCOM 2020 Welcome Video
TCOM 2020 Welcome Video
Published: 2016/08/25
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Primary Care Pathway Program
Primary Care Pathway Program
Published: 2016/09/14
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UNT Health Science Center Powder Puff
UNT Health Science Center Powder Puff
Published: 2012/03/31
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Valubility of the Month recipients - July 2015
Valubility of the Month recipients - July 2015
Published: 2015/08/10
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UNT System College of Pharmacy
UNT System College of Pharmacy
Published: 2012/11/11
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TCC Health Science Club visits the UNT Health Science Center November 15, 2013
TCC Health Science Club visits the UNT Health Science Center November 15, 2013
Published: 2013/11/16
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UNTHSC People Fest 2016
UNTHSC People Fest 2016
Published: 2016/04/19
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UNT Health Science Center
UNT Health Science Center
Published: 2015/02/11
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UNTHSC Physician Assistant Class of 2016 Graduation
UNTHSC Physician Assistant Class of 2016 Graduation
Published: 2016/06/02
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Tyler Kloven: Continuing the tradition of excellence at TCOM
Tyler Kloven: Continuing the tradition of excellence at TCOM
Published: 2013/01/29
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UNTHSC Flash Mob at Student Orientation
UNTHSC Flash Mob at Student Orientation
Published: 2011/07/28
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Dr. Stephen P. Regina UNT Medical School Graduation
Dr. Stephen P. Regina UNT Medical School Graduation
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Celebrating 40 Years - UNT Health Science Center
Celebrating 40 Years - UNT Health Science Center
Published: 2010/10/25
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UNT Health Science Center Aerial Footage - May 2012
UNT Health Science Center Aerial Footage - May 2012
Published: 2012/06/08
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Swatting Mosquitos Scientifically at UNT Health Science Center
Swatting Mosquitos Scientifically at UNT Health Science Center
Published: 2014/06/18
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UNT Health Science Center - Aerial Video
UNT Health Science Center - Aerial Video
Published: 2010/08/21
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We ♥ Our Workplace - UNT Health Science Center at Fort Worth
We ♥ Our Workplace - UNT Health Science Center at Fort Worth
Published: 2016/02/17
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UNT Health Science Center ad on WFAA and www.fortworth.com
Published: 2010/10/01
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TCU UNT MD School
Published: 2015/07/06
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University of North Texas Medical Terminology
University of North Texas Medical Terminology
Published: 2013/03/25
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UNT Health Science Center—Cowtown by the Numbers
UNT Health Science Center—Cowtown by the Numbers
Published: 2014/03/21
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Families with missing loved ones find support, hope at UNT Health Science Center
Families with missing loved ones find support, hope at UNT Health Science Center
Published: 2017/06/05
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Patient Safety Summit at UNT Health Science Center
Patient Safety Summit at UNT Health Science Center
Published: 2015/12/16
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UNTHSC School of Public Health - Epidemiology
UNTHSC School of Public Health - Epidemiology
Published: 2012/08/17
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To Your Health: The Future is Now - UNTHSC School of Public Health
To Your Health: The Future is Now - UNTHSC School of Public Health
Published: 2009/10/14
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Rising Star Check Presentation - UNT Health Science Center
Rising Star Check Presentation - UNT Health Science Center
Published: 2013/04/04
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UNT Health Science Center - SAGE Program
UNT Health Science Center - SAGE Program
Published: 2013/09/23
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UNT System College of Pharmacy
UNT System College of Pharmacy
Published: 2013/02/27
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UNT Health Science Center Community Garden
UNT Health Science Center Community Garden
Published: 2014/11/13
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UNT Health Science Center - Giving Back to the Community
UNT Health Science Center - Giving Back to the Community
Published: 2013/09/23
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UNTHSC sponsors Fort Worth
UNTHSC sponsors Fort Worth's Day in the Distirict
Published: 2009/08/28
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Supporting eye research at UNT Health Science Center
Supporting eye research at UNT Health Science Center
Published: 2016/11/18
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UNT Health Science Center - Robert
UNT Health Science Center - Robert's Rules of Order Training Video
Published: 2011/02/21
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Pharmacy Virtual Tour
Pharmacy Virtual Tour
Published: 2014/11/18
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UNTHSC on WFAA
UNTHSC on WFAA's "Good Morning Texas"
Published: 2009/09/15
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UNTHSC School of Public Health - Community Health
UNTHSC School of Public Health - Community Health
Published: 2012/10/08
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University of North Texas
Health Science Center
UNT Health Science Center Logo.jpg
Type Public
Established 1970
Endowment $143.4 million (Feb 2015) [1]
President Michael Williams, D.O., M.B.A.
Academic staff
445 faculty, 66 adjunct [2]
Students 2,243[3]
Location Fort Worth, Texas, USA
32°44′55″N 97°22′10″W / 32.7486°N 97.3694°W / 32.7486; -97.3694Coordinates: 32°44′55″N 97°22′10″W / 32.7486°N 97.3694°W / 32.7486; -97.3694
Campus Urban, 33 acres
Website www.unthsc.edu

The University of North Texas Health Science Center (UNTHSC) is a graduate-level institution of the University of North Texas System, located on a 33-acre campus in the Cultural District of Fort Worth, Texas.[4] Established in 1970, UNT Health Science Center consists of five colleges with a total enrollment of 2,243 graduate students (2014–15). The institution offers degrees in osteopathic medicine, public health, pharmacy, physical therapy, physician assistant studies and biomedical sciences.

UNT Health Science Center serves as home to several NIH-funded research programs and currently leads all Texas medical and health science centers in research growth.[4] The Health Science Center also houses laboratories for TECH Fort Worth, a non-profit biochemistry incubator.[5]

Community and school outreach programs include Fort Worth’s annual Hispanic Wellness Fair and the annual Cowtown Marathon. The UNTHSC Pediatric Mobile Clinic provides healthcare to children in underserved areas of Fort Worth at no cost.[6] The institution also participates in several state and federally funded programs that bring students and teachers onto campus each summer.[4]

History[edit]

The University of North Texas Health Science Center was initially founded in 1970 as the Texas College of Osteopathic Medicine (TCOM). The college opened as a private, non-profit school for osteopathic medicine, located on the campus of the Fort Worth Osteopathic Hospital. It was the first osteopathic medical school in Texas, and remained the only one in the state until 2015, when the University of the Incarnate Word School of Osteopathic Medicine was established. The inaugural class of 18 students graduated in 1974, earning the Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine degree. In 1975, the college became a part of North Texas State University, after the Texas Legislature overwhelmingly passed Senate Bill 216, making TCOM a state medical school.[7][8] TCOM was the second public university-affiliated osteopathic medical school to be established.[7]

In 1990, TCOM opened the DNA Identity Laboratory, with the responsibility of assisting the state of Texas in evaluating paternity cases.

In 1993, the Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences, and TCOM was renamed the University of North Texas Health Science Center.

In 1997, the UNT School of Health Professions opened a physician assistant program.

In 1999, the School of Public Health opened. In 2008, UNTHSC opened as the TECH Fort Worth Acceleration Lab.[5]

In 2011, the Texas Legislature authorized the establishment of a college of pharmacy at UNTHSC.[9] As the first pharmacy school in North Texas,[4] the college matriculated its inaugural class of Doctor of Pharmacy (PharmD) students in 2013.[10][11]

In 2013, UNTHSC began developing an interprofessional education (IPE) program, in participation with Texas Christian University. In 2014, Texas Woman's University joined the IPE partnership.

In 2015, UNTHSC and Texas Christian University, also in Fort Worth, announced the creation of a joint MD school, which will accept its first class of students in 2018.[12][13]

The physician assistant program is ranked as the number 33 graduate-level physician assistant program by U.S. News and World Report.[14]

Academics and accreditation[edit]

College Founded Accreditation
UNTHSC 1970 Commission on Colleges of the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools[2]
Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences 1993 Commission on Colleges of the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools[2]
Texas College of Osteopathic Medicine 1970 American Osteopathic Association's COCA[15]
School of Public Health 1999 Council on Education for Public Health[2]
School of Health Professions 1997 American Physical Therapy Association[16]
Accreditation Review Commission on Education for the Physician Assistant[17]
College of Pharmacy 2011 Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education

Through its five schools and colleges, UNTHSC offers several academic programs. Each program is graduate, and focuses on health professions and biomedical sciences. Several Doctor degrees, Masters degrees, and online programs are offered. An interprofessional education (IPE) integrates each of the colleges and schools, with the goal of promoting teamwork and improved communication. UNTHS is regionally accredited by the Commission on Colleges of the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools.

Doctoral degrees include: the Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine, Doctor of Philosophy (PhD), Doctor of Public Health (DrPH), Doctor of Physical Therapy (DPT), and Doctor of Pharmacy (PharmD). Several masters degrees are offered, including: Master of Science, Master of Health Administration, and Master of Physician Assistant Studies. Graduate certificate programs are offered in Geographic Information Systems (GIS).

The Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences offers M.S. and PhD programs in biochemistry and cancer biology, cell biology, immunology and microbiology, integrative physiology, molecular genetics, pharmaceutical sciences and pharmacotherapy, pharmacology and neuroscience, structural anatomy and rehabilitation sciences (PhD only), and visual sciences. Specialized Master’s Programs are offered in: biotechnology, clinical research management, forensic genetics, and medical sciences.[18]

The School of Public Health (SPH) offers degrees in Master of Health Administration (MHA), Master of Public Health (MPH), Doctor of Public Health (DrPH), and Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.). Several areas of concentration are offered, including: biostatistics, community health, environmental & occupational health sciences, epidemiology, health management and policy, and maternal and child health. The SPH offers dual degree programs with TCOM, the UNT Anthropology Department and the UNT Geography Department.[19] Graduate certificate programs are available in Public Health and Geographic Information Systems (GIS).[20]

The School of Health Professions offers the Doctor of Physical Therapy (DPT), the Master of Physician Assistant Studies, and the Graduate Certificate in Lifestyle Health. The UNT System College of Pharmacy confers the Doctor of Pharmacy degree (PharmD). The Office of Professional And Continuing Education (PACE) provides continuing education services for physicians, pharmacists, nurses, social workers and public health professionals. PACE holds accreditation from the Accreditation Council on Continuing Medical Education (ACCME), the American Osteopathic Association (AOA), and the Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education (ACPE).

Texas College of Osteopathic Medicine[edit]

Texas College of Osteopathic Medicine (TCOM) is a state-supported osteopathic medical school that serves as the cornerstone of the UNT Health Science Center. TCOM has 920 D.O. students, more than 300 full-time faculty, and over 400 part-time faculty members.[21] TCOM is ranked 50th in the nation for primary care by U.S. News and World Report,[14] and graduates the eighth largest number of physicians in the United States that go on to practice primary care.[22] Roughly 55 percent of TCOM graduates go into either family practice, internal medicine, pediatrics, or obstetrics and gynecology, while the remainder specialize in fields ranging from orthopedic surgery to radiation oncology.[23]

The first two years of medical school at TCOM focus on the basic sciences, with a systems-based approach to basic clinical sciences. The third and fourth years of training consist of clinical experiences, where students rotate through various specialties of medicine. Clinical rotation sites include John Peter Smith (JPS) Hospital in Fort Worth, Harris Methodist Hospital in Fort Worth, Plaza Medical Center in Fort Worth, Cook Children's Hospital in Fort Worth, Methodist Dallas Medical Center in Dallas, Driscoll Children's Hospital in Corpus Christi, San Jacinto Methodist Hospital in Baytown, Conroe Regional Medical Center in Conroe, Bay Area Medical Center in Corpus Christi, and Good Shepherd Medical Center in Longview.[24]. There are residency programs in dermatology, neuromuscular medicine integrated with family medicine, and orthopedic surgery,[25], and a fellowship program in palliative medicine.

TCOM also offers the following dual degree programs, D.O./M.P.H., D.O./M.S., and D.O./Ph.D.,.[26][27] Through the Primary Care Pathways Program, motivated students may also complete a 3-year, undergraduate degree at Midland College and University of North Texas before completing their undergraduate medical training at the medical school.[28]

Because of state law regarding enrollment of Texas residents in public medical schools, each entering class is composed of at least 90% state residents. Many out-of-state residents receive competitive scholarships that make up the difference. Applications for admission are processed through the Texas Medical & Dental Schools Application Service (TMDSAS).[29]

UNT Health[edit]

UNT Health is a division of the university where faculty members provide health care services. UNT Health consists of 230 physicians, who practice in 40 medical and surgical specialties and subspecialties, including allergy/immunology, family practice, cardiology, neurology, obstetrics & gynecology, oncology, orthopedics, psychiatry, sports medicine and neurosurgery. In all UNT Health serves 560,000 patient visits annually.[3]

In June 2014, the UNT System Board of Regents and the Tarrant County Hospital District approved creation of a partnership where physicians from UNT Health and the JPS Health Network will be combined under a newly formed medical group.[30]

Campus[edit]

UNTHS is located on a 33-acre campus in the Cultural District of Fort Worth, Texas.[4]

The Gibson D. Lewis Health Science Library's collections, including more than 20,000 journal titles and 67,000 books, provide UNTHSC students and faculty with access to the latest basic science and clinical research. The Lewis Library provides access to virtually 100 percent of the world's current medical information, including a wide variety of research databases.[31]

UNTHSC houses the Atrium Gallery, a non-profit public art exhibition space, which holds 8 to 10 arts shows each year.[32] The Atrium Gallery is a member of the Fort Worth Art Dealers Association.[32]

Research[edit]

The university houses laboratory space for TECH Fort Worth.[5]

Students[edit]

A total of 2,243 students were in attendance at UNTHSC for the 2014–15 academic year.[2][3] 57% of students are female; 43 percent are male.[2] About 46% of students are White, 21% Asian, 12% Hispanic, 8% black or African American, 1% American Indian, 2% identify as two or more ethnicities, and the remaining students were non-resident aliens (8%).

Research[edit]

UNTHSC Demographics
Students[2]
American Indian or Alaskan Native 1%
Asian 21%
Black or African American 8%
Hispanic/Latino 12%
Two or more 2%
White 46%
Unknown 1%
Non-resident alien 8%

Research centers and institutes at UNTSHC include;[33]

  • Bone & Joint Research Center
  • Cardiovascular Research Institute
  • Center for Commercialization of Fluorescence Technologies
  • Center for Community Health
  • Center for Human Identification
  • Consortium on Alzheimer's Research and Education
  • Focused on Resources for her Health Education and Research (FOR HER)
  • Geriatric Education and Research Institute
  • Institute for Aging and Alzheimer's Disease Research (IAADR)
  • Institute of Applied Genetics
  • Institute for Cancer Research
  • Institute for Public Safety
  • North Texas Eye Research Institute (NTERI)
  • Osteopathic Research Center (ORC)
  • Physical Medicine Institute
  • Primary Care Research Center
  • TECH Fort Worth (Discovery Labs)
  • Texas Center for Health Disparities
  • Texas Center for Music and Medicine
  • Texas Prevention Institute (TPI)

UNT Center for Human Identification[edit]

The UNT Center for Human Identification (UNTCHI) was created in 2004, and consists of the Laboratory for Molecular Identification, the Laboratory of Forensic Anthropology, and the Forensic Services Unit. The center analyzes DNA samples from both unidentified remains as well as reference samples submitted by family members of missing persons to law enforcement agencies nationwide. It also conducts all DNA analysis for the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children. The center is one of less than a dozen laboratories in the United States capable of mitochondrial DNA evaluation, and is the largest single contributor to the Combined DNA Index System (CODIS), a database for unidentified missing person cases.[34] The Center is the only academic center in the U.S. with access to the FBI’s next-generation CODIS 6.0 DNA Software.[35][36] In 2011, UNTCHI began managing and developing the National Missing and Unidentified Persons System (NamUs)] for the U.S. Department of Justice.[37][38]

Founded in 1986, The Laboratory of Forensic Anthropology provides anthropological analysis of human remains for law enforcement and medicolegal agencies as well as other publicly supported entities such as public defenders and district attorneys.

In addition to providing investigators with important information regarding cases, the anthropological data are used to refine molecular analyses within the CODIS system. This collaboration has created a unique resource for the identification of missing persons and unidentified remains, and is available to law enforcement agencies and medicolegal entities charged with the investigation of death across the nation. Additional support is also available to agencies through the Center's Forensic Services Unit.[39] The center also provides training to scientists worldwide on identifying human remains, from Malaysia, Thailand, India, Middle East, South Africa Mexico, and Libya.[40]

The center operates with funding from the National Institute of Justice.[41]

Notable alumni, faculty and staff[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "U.S. and Canadian Institutions Listed by Fiscal Year 2014 Endowment Market Value and Percentage Change in Endowment Market Value from FY 2014 to FY 2015 (Revised Feb 2015)" (PDF). National Association of College and University Business Officers. 2014. Retrieved July 10, 2016. 
  2. ^ a b c d e f g "University of North Texas Health Science Center". College Navigator. US Department of Education. 
  3. ^ a b c "About us: facts". UNT Health Science Center. 
  4. ^ a b c d e "Our History". University of North Texas Health Science Center. 
  5. ^ a b c "History". TECH Fort Worth. 
  6. ^ "Pediatric Mobile Clinic". UNT Health Science Center. 
  7. ^ a b Gevitz, Norman (2004). The DO's: osteopathic medicine in America. Baltimore, Maryland: Johns Hopkins University Press. ISBN 0-8018-7833-0. 
  8. ^ "Texas SB 216, 64th Regular Session" (PDF). Texas State Senate. 
  9. ^ Murray, Lance (Aug 19, 2011). "UNT to open area's 1st pharmacy school in Fort Worth". Dallas Business Journal. 
  10. ^ Jacob, Steve (December 20, 2012). "Students Clamoring for Seats in New UNTHSC Pharmacy School". Dallas/Fort Worth Health Care Daily. 
  11. ^ Owen, Jason (August 19, 2013). "UNT Health Science Center opens first college of pharmacy school in North Texas". Drug Store News. 
  12. ^ "TCU and UNT Health Science Center to create new medical school". University of North Texas. 
  13. ^ Jacobson, Sherry (July 6, 2015). "UNT, TCU team up for Fort Worth med school". The Dallas Morning News. 
  14. ^ a b "University of North Texas Health Science Center". U.S. News & World Report. 
  15. ^ "Osteopathic Medical Schools". American Osteopathic Association. 2016. 
  16. ^ "University of North Texas Health Science Center at Fort Worth". Council on Accreditation in Physical Therapy Education. Retrieved 13 July 2016. 
  17. ^ "Accredited Entry-level Programs". Accreditation Review Commission on Education for the Physician Assistant. Retrieved 13 July 2016. 
  18. ^ "Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences". University of North Texas Health Science Center. 
  19. ^ "SPH: Dual Degree Programs". UNT Health Science Center. 
  20. ^ "School of Public Health". University of North Texas Health Science Center. 
  21. ^ "Fast Facts about TCOM". University of North Texas Health Science Center. 
  22. ^ "Which schools turn out the most primary care residents?". US News & World Report. Retrieved 13 July 2016. 
  23. ^ "Residency Placement Data". Texas College of Osteopathic Medicine. UNT Health Science Center. 
  24. ^ "Year Three Rotations". UNT Health Sciences Center. 
  25. ^ "Orthopaedic Surgery Residency Program". UNT Health Science Center. 
  26. ^ "D.O./M.S., D.O./Ph.D. and Medical Scientist Training Programs". UNT Health Science Center. 
  27. ^ "D.O./M.P.H. Training Program". University of North Texas Health Science Center. 
  28. ^ "Primary Care Pathways Program". University of North Texas Health Science Center. 
  29. ^ Texas Medical & Dental Schools Application Service
  30. ^ JPS, UNTHSC agree to create healthcare group
  31. ^ Gibson D. Lewis Library
  32. ^ a b "FWADA Members". Fort Worth Art Dealers Association. 
  33. ^ "Research Centers and Institutes". UNTHSC. University of North Texas Health Science Center. 
  34. ^ Christian, Carol (April 16, 2014). "University of North Texas DNA lab helps solve 42-year-old mystery". Hearst Newspapers. The Chron. 
  35. ^ "DNA Identification Facts". UNTHSC. University of North Texas Health Science Center. 
  36. ^ Texas researchers ID bones of boys killed at deadly reform school (Houston Chronicle, September 26, 2014)
  37. ^ "About NamUs". National Missing and Unidentified Persons System. 
  38. ^ Fort Worth-based NamUs matches names to the dead and missing (Dallas Morning News, 23 January 2015)
  39. ^ UNT Center for Human Identification
  40. ^ Mehlhaff, Rachel (February 11, 2013). "UNT center to train scientists". Denton Record Chronicle. 
  41. ^ Story, Sara. "UNT Forensics Labs Help Investigations Nationwide UNT Center for Human Identification solves mysteries". NBC Dallas Fort Worth. 
  42. ^ "Texas House Member: Rep. Sheffield, J. D. District 59". Texas House of Representatives. State of Texas. 
  43. ^ Hethcock, Bill (Jul 12, 2013). "Michael Williams named president of UNT Health Science Center". The Dallas Business Journal. 
  44. ^ "Meet Dr. Williams". UNTHCS. 
  45. ^ Gov. Perry Names Zeitler President of Texas Medical Board
  46. ^ Jim Walton Named President of Dallas County Medical Society
  47. ^ [1]
  48. ^ Michael Carletti

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