Medical Education

Through death, new life is found: The College of Medicine welcomes new anatomy lab

Within these walls, future physicians meet their first patients: cadavers. Anatomy is the bedrock of understanding with which these future physicians will treat thousands of patients. Those who donate their bodies understand the importance of this education. Likewise, students who learn from this process gain a deeper appreciation for the human body, and the human soul.

Donovan named to post in Round Rock

To help prepare tomorrow’s doctors for the changing landscape of medical practice and patient care, the Texas A&M Health Science Center (TAMHSC) College of Medicine has named Jim Donovan, M.D., as its first associate dean of clinical integration and practice transformation.