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A&M Health Science Center College of Medicine, and The University of Texas Medical Branch School of Med- icine (UTMB). The Baylor chapter received


TMA Foundation President Leslie H. Secrest, MD, center, presents a TMA Foundation grant check to The University of Texas Medical Branch School of Medicine students Robert Good, left, and Paul Brindley.


$2,984 for its “Alliance Refugee Well- ness Fair,” an annual event that pro- vides direct medical, preventive, and educational resources to the under- served refugee population that has resettled in Harris County. “The Aggie Health Project: Hepa- titis C” will provide health mainte- nance screenings to the homeless and indigent of Temple and Bell counties. The Texas A&M student chapter re- ceived $3,000 for the initiative. UTMB students also received


$3,000 for a collaborative event that will provide vaccines, health screen- ings, and a meal to Galveston’s home- less and uninsured populations. The student chapter, the Family Medicine Interest Group, and the Gold Human- ism Honor Society will work with St. Vincent’s Student Clinic — a partner- ship between UTMB and St. Vincent’s House in Galveston — to host the sec- ond-annual HOPE (Helping Others through Partnered Empowerment) Health Fair. Applications for the next round of


Baylor College of Medicine students, from left, Hannah Chen, Gail Tan, Lauren Fuller, and Iris Zhuang are presented a TMA Foundation grant check by TMAF President Leslie H. Secrest, MD.


grants are being accepted for consid- eration at TMA’s Jan. 26 Winter Con- ference. Deadline for applications is Dec. 15. More information, including how to apply, can be found at www


.texmed.org/TMAFGrantInfo. Support for the Medical Student Community Leadership Grants is made possible through the generous, unrestricted contributions of donors to the TMA Foundation, the philan- thropic arm of TMA.


TMA Foundation to mark


From left, TMA Foundation President Leslie H. Secrest, MD, presents a foundation grant to Texas A&M Health Science Center College of Medicine students Luis Seija, Christian Beltran, and Sinan Ali Bana.


18 TEXAS MEDICINE November 2017


25th anniversary at gala THE YEAR WAS 1993. On television, The X-Files insisted the truth was out


there. The average annual cost of in- state tuition at a Texas medical school


PHOTOS BY JIM LINCOLN


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