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Joint Cancer Research Proposals Receive Internal Support

An initiative between TTUHSC and Texas Tech aids researchers in securing external funding.

TTUHSC Awarded Nearly $6 Million in Research Funds

CPRIT grants will help five university faculty members continue cancer research.

Lubbock Dumps the Drugs

A recent Medication Cleanout provided community members with an environmentally friendly way to dispose of old medications.

A Force to be Reckoned With

New School of Pharmacy regional dean spreads her wings in the Big Country.

Faculty Selected for Geriatric Teaching Scholars Program

The purpose of the program is to improve care for elderly patients throughout all health care disciplines.

University Sets Enrollment Record

Fall 2011 enrollment is up 11 percent over last year.

We the People...

TTUHSC celebrates Constitution Day with annual lunch and lecture.

Fraternities Promote More than Brotherhood

Pharmacy students receive awards for excellence in leadership and academics.

Summer Brings Budding Pharmacists to Abilene

The School of Pharmacy recently hosted its annual Red Raider Pharmacy Summer Camp for high school students interested in health care careers.

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.

Spring Cleaning? Don't Forget Your Medicine Cabinet

Avoid potentially dangerous situations and dispose of any old or unneeded medications on April 30.

Exploring Living Organisms: Scientist Granted $1 Million for Research

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

Pharmacy Student Cleans Up With Unique Business

Inspired by what she learned in class, Sara Jezierski has created a product that resembles the very microorganisms it fights.