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SHRINERS HOSPITALS FOR CRIPPLED CHILDREN, GALVESTON BURNS INSTITUTE

... the care and rehabilitation of burned children, related research, and the training of medical personnel. At that time thermal injury was a major cause of death and ...

TSHA Handbook Online Article - jbrown - 06/15/2010 - 22:16 - 0 attachments

TEXAS TECH UNIVERSITY HEALTH SCIENCES CENTER

... College became a university that same year, the medical school became Texas Tech University School of Medicine. In 1979, in ... to the mission of providing medical and health education, research, and services to West Texas, and particularly to improving rural ...

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TEXAS CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL

... hospital, is a full-care pediatric facility in the Texas Medical Center in Houston. Texas Children's Hospital was opened in 1954 and ... also operate the nation's only Children's Nutrition Research Center, a United States Department of Agriculture facility that ...

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UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS AT AUSTIN COLLEGE OF PHARMACY

... pharmacists. Following establishment of the state's Medical Department, TPA members initiated an effort to garner public support ... legislature into action. In 1893, just two years after the Medical Department began operation, a sum of $2,500 was appropriated by the ... the college opened the door to increased emphasis on research. Research funding within the college saw its first significant ...

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UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS SCHOOL OF PUBLIC HEALTH

... until 1967. The school, located in Houston at the Texas Medical Center , was activated in September of that year, and John Randolph ... relevant to public health, to serve as a focus of research activities directed toward community health problems, and to provide ...

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AEROSPACE MEDICINE, AIR FORCE

... AEROSPACE MEDICINE, AIR FORCE . Aerospace medicine is a medical specialty that deals with ways to adapt to the stresses experienced by ... I , including the foundation of the Air Service Medical Research Laboratory at Hazelhurst, New York (1918). This laboratory evolved ...

TSHA Handbook Online Article - jbrown - 06/09/2010 - 17:30 - 0 attachments

BAYLOR COLLEGE OF MEDICINE

... MEDICINE . Baylor College of Medicine, the only private medical school in the Southwest and the first institution to locate in the ... elsewhere and to receive federal funds for biomedical research, without hindrances imposed by traditional Baptist antipathy towards ...

TSHA Handbook Online Article - jbrown - 06/12/2010 - 10:54 - 0 attachments

METHODIST HOSPITAL OF HOUSTON

... of $22 million that led to the development of the Texas Medical Center at Houston. Cullen, a legendary oilman, and his wife Lillie ... neurological disorders of children, and other areas of research and development. Chairmen of the board of directors have been John T. ...

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GUEST, MAURICE MASON

... MASON (1906–1991). Mason Guest, physiologist and medical school professor, was born on July 30, 1906, in Fredonia, New York, the ... of physiology at Columbia University, 1936–40, and as research associate at Columbia, 1940–42. Between 1942 and 1946 he was an ...

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SCOTT AND WHITE SANTA FE CENTER

... Railway appointed a chief surgeon who was responsible for medical and surgical care at the Temple facility as well as for a system of ... and specialized medical care. It also houses a medical research center operated jointly by Scott and White and the Texas A&M ...

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