I’d like to share with you my op-ed published Wednesday in the Houston Chronicle:
“The new Dell Medical School at The University of Texas at Austin has moved ahead with great speed over the past two years. Because of the headlines this has generated, Texans now are beginning to associate UT Austin with health care. In reality, however, the university has been deeply involved in this field for a long time. Our professional colleges and schools have long trained students and done research in medical and related fields like nursing since 1960, social work since 1950, and pharmacy since 1927.”
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I’m proud of the work UT has done over many decades in the area of health and medicine, and I’m excited for the new era that our Dell Medical School will bring.