The Scope Weekly News Letter
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In April 2018, TTUHSC El Paso was designated as a Title V Hispanic-Serving Institution (HSI) by the U.S. Department of Education.
The TTUHSC El Paso Difference
Stay in-the-know by attending TTUHSC El Paso events, lectures and presentations, and learning about initiatives and trainings on campus.
Over $350,000 has been raised for scholarships benefiting incoming and current students attending the Paul L. Foster School of Medicine in honor of the 10th anniversary celebration of the school, “A Red Tie Affair for A White Coat Occasion.”
Munmun Chattopadhyay, Ph.D., M.Sc., has been awarded a $100,429 grant from the Edward N. and Margaret G. Marsh Foundation for her research project, “Gastroparesis, a Mysterious Stomach Disorder and its Prevalence in Women."
Mascots busted a move, snacks were eaten and smiles were shared at TTUHSC El Paso's Cookies, Cocoa and Holiday Cheer celebration.
This week’s topics include managing hepatitis C in disadvantaged populations, a new treatment for migraine, national suicide data, and treating swallowing disorders.
Local restaurants celebrate the Foster School of Medicine's 10-year anniversary with discounts and special events.
Learn more about nutrition, physical activity and the risks of obesity.
Stop by AEC Room 211 from 9 a.m to 3 p.m to donate blood.
"Prenatal Testing: Improving Our Abilities to Prevent/Detect Fetal Abnormalities," presented by Lee P. Shulman, M.D., FACMG, FACOG.
TTUHSC El Paso cordially invites you to the ceremony at the Plaza Theatre.
"Essential Skills for Leaders: Framing the Issues, Leveraging Resources and Effective Use of Data," presented by Robin Dankovich, Ed.D.
Save the date for the inaugural conference.
Save the date for this health symposium.
Mark your calendars for this symposium.
This conference will take place on Feb. 28. Stay tuned for more information!
Save the date for this conference held at TTUHSC El Paso.
Save the Date for this interprofessional joint conference.
Learn how to use clinical speech recognition software for electronic medical records.
Culture and Diversity
Find out what lectures, panel discussions, and presentations are coming up from the Office of Diversity, Inclusion, and Global Health.
Download the conference brochure.
Abstract submissions are due by Jan. 31.
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.
Worsening nausea, vomiting, and dizziness • 20-pound weight loss in 2 months • mild hearing loss • reoccurring episodes of falls • Dx?
Stay up-to-date with campus announcements, informational sessions, and trainings.
The AEC now is now open 24/7 to TTUHSC El Paso students, residents, faculty and fellowships until Janauary 2020.
This is an opportunity for new faculty and staff members to have their photos taken for the TTUHSC El Paso website.
This workshop has two sessions at different times. Seating is limited to 30 participants per session.
Compliance personnel will be available to provide assistance with navigating iRIS.
The Traffic and Parking office will be closed from 1:30 to 5 p.m on Dec. 20. Click to view shuttle service hours for this date.
GME Conference: Remediation of the Struggling Medical Learner.
This course will cover "Exploring and Creating Opportunities for Community-Engaged and Community-Based Participatory Research in the Paso del Norte Region and Beyond." Lunch will be provided for the first 30 participants.
This course will cover "Teaching Today's Learners: Are You Ready?". Lunch will be provided for the first 30 participants.
Reminders for students, faculty and staff.
Click here for more information on parking at the TTUHSC El Paso campus.
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.