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Hearing Voices

A simulated schizophrenia exercise at the F. Marie Hall SimLife Center gives future health care professionals a better understanding of the disorder.

And the Award Goes to...

As a new group of health care professionals were welcomed into their respective fields, a select few graduates received special recognition.

The Father of Aerobics to Address New Health Care Professionals

Kenneth H. Cooper, M.D., M.P.H., founder and chairman of the Cooper Aerobics Center, will welcome graduates into the field of health care on Saturday.

Ladies, How Is Your Health?

Texas Tech Physicians will honor women and their unique health concerns May 24 and 25.

Residents Present New Ideas in Reproductive Health

Obstetrics and gynecology residents from all levels participated in the 20th Annual Resident Research Day.

Man's Best Friend Can Bite

Dog owners can prevent bites by teaching their pets basic commands and following common-sense guidelines.

Beyond the Classroom: Students Learn the Power of Healing in Unique Setting

Art Saves Lives brings medical students awareness of the importance of living passionate and active lives from a select group of community members.

School of Medicine Faculty Honored for Excellence

Dean Steven Berk, M.D., rewarded more than 150 faculty members for their contributions to education, patient care, research and community service.

Brain Health 101: Aging Smart

As part of Older Americans Month, the Garrison Institute on Aging will host a free lecture focused on seniors.

Protect Your Skin This Summer

Texas Tech Physicians – Dermatology and UMC Southwest Cancer Treatment and Research Center will sponsor a free screening to raise awareness of skin cancer.

Golf and Dance the Night Away for Local Charities

Funds from the annual City Lights Charity Ball and Golf Tournament will be donated to support the Lubbock community.

PAP Smears: What, Why and When

A simple screening once a year is the best defense against cervical cancer and other diseases.

Organ and Tissue Donation Offers a Second Chance at Life

The Great Plains Lion's Lubbock Eye Bank matched more than 100 corneas to people in need of donations last year.

Love, Protect, Immunize: Discounted Child Vaccinations Offered

In partnership with local health agencies, the Department of Pediatrics will offer discounted child immunizations to the Lubbock community on April 26.

Gov. Perry Appoints Student Regent for Texas Tech University System

MD/MBA candidate Jill Fadal will represent Texas Tech University System students for the 2011-2012 school year.

Working Together for the Greater Good of Patients

A team of nursing and medical students were rewarded for their interprofessional teamwork at the recent CLARION competition.

Students Work to Quiet Hunger Pangs

The second annual Poverty Banquet raised awareness of a critical issue facing the Lubbock community and the world.

Exploring Living Organisms: Scientist Granted $1 Million for Research

New state funding will support nationally competitive research programs in Amarillo and strengthen student training.

From Nature to the Lab: C.O.W.s and O.W.L.s Support Women in Science

Faculty members recognized for encouraging women to pursue careers in science and medicine.

Student Organization Brings Free Health to Community

School of Medicine students bring screening services to a shopping hotspot of Lubbock residents.