A perfect fit: Tech biomedical research and the border - El Paso Times
El Paso and its surrounding region are an ideal place for the advancement of research and biomedicine.
Scientists, staff and students at the Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center Paul L. Foster School of Medicine, along with our community partners - research staff and faculty at the University of Texas at El Paso, Beaumont Army Medical Center and New Mexico State University, and our clinical affiliates on the Medical Center of the Americas Campus of University Medical Center and El Paso Children's Hospital - care passionately about what they do. We have aligned our research priorities and our recruitment strategies with the needs of the region on which we feel we can have the greatest effect.
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