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Stay in-the-know by attending TTUHSC El Paso events, lectures and presentations, and learning about initiatives and trainings on campus.
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This week’s topics include removing blood clots for cerebellar bleeds, clinician burnout and patient quality outcomes, keeping people with COPD out of the hospital, and joint injections for osteoarthritis.
Local restaurants are celebrating the Foster School of Medicine's 10-year anniversary with discounts and special events for the TTUHSC El Paso community.
Learn more about nutrition, physical activity and the risks of obesity.
Learn more about physical activity recommendations and overcoming common barriers.
"Hope In Hell: Lessons and Growth From Trauma," presented by Brian Davis, M.D., and David Briones, M.D.
Donate blood from 9 a.m. - 3 p.m. at AEC Room 211.
Join the information security team for a discussion on cybersecurity.
The event's guest speaker is Toni Denison, TTUHSC's director of Quality Improvement Review.
"Marijuana: The Grass Isn't Always Green!" presented by Sanjeet Panda, M.D., M.B.B.S, FAAP.
Join Lost & Found to help support the future generation of physicians!
Committee administrators and compliance personnel will be available.
Alan Tyroch, M.D., FACS, will discuss the practice of combat medicine in World War II.
Doctors and the Law: Learning to Navigate and Appreciate the Law, presented by Joanna Harkey, J.D., and Billy Webster, J.D.
Learn about health and well-being while trick-or-treating.
Targeting mPGES-1 and 5-LOX for Prevention and Treatment of Colon Cancer by Chinthalapally V. Rao, Ph.D.
A free seminar for parents and caregivers.
Stop by the President's Office for registration forms.
Impact, Vulnerability and Early Interventions.
Lunch will be provided for attendees.
Click for more information about this event.
Save the date for the inaugural conference.
Save the date for this health symposium.
Mark your calendars for this symposium.
Culture and Diversity
Find out what lectures, panel discussions, and presentations are coming up from the Office of Diversity, Inclusion, and Global Health.
Lunch will be provided for first 50 attendees.
Submissions are due Nov. 15, 2019.
Mark your calendars for this conference.
Save the date for this conference.
Would you like to learn conversational Spanish to improve the quality of patient care? Click for more information on learning Spanish in a group setting.
Read articles by TTUHSC El Paso researchers recently published in PubMed.
A Pilot Microbiota Study in Parkinson's Disease Patients versus Control Subjects, and Effects of FTY720 and FTY720-Mitoxy Therapies in Parkinsonian and Multiple System Atrophy Mouse Models.
Satiety testing in diabetic gastroparesis: Effects of insulin pump therapy with continuous glucose monitoring on upper gastrointestinal symptoms and gastric myoelectrical activity.
Stay up-to-date with campus announcements, informational sessions, and trainings.
Welcome to the TTUHSC El Paso family!
TTUHSC El Paso will receive partial shipments beginning late September and expects to have all requested vaccines no later than the end of November.
Reminders for students, faculty and staff.
Click here for more information on parking at the TTUHSC El Paso campus.
This is a medical coding training session for coders, billers and all other interested staff and faculty.
New faculty and staff are required to take photos for the institutional website.
The coalition is challenging teams of employees to walk at least 10,000 steps every day for 100 days.
Some things to consider before clicking any suspicious links.
Click here to view the holiday schedule for 2019-2020.