Catalog 2013 - 2014

Texas College of Osteopathic Medicine


Office of the Dean

Don N. Peska, DO, MEd, Dean

Dennis P. Shingleton, MS, MBA, Chief of Staff

Dawn Kingdon, MBA, Executive Assistant

Contact Information:
817-735-5057 or 817-735-2244

Office of Admissions & Outreach

Joel Daboub, MBA, Assistant Dean of Admissions and Outreach

Mike Kennedy, EdD, Director

Lynn Scott, Associate Director

Patrick Middleton, MEd, Assistant Director

Fernando Vasquez, MA, Assistant Director-JAMP

Caroline Albert, Document Management Coordinator

Catherine Boney, Admissions Committee Coordinator

Caroline Gourley, Admissions Interview Coordinator      

Contact Information:

817-735-2204 or Toll Free 800-535-8266

Office of Academic Affairs

Thomas Dayberry, DO, PhD, Associate Dean of Academic Affairs

Gerald Friedman, DO, Director of Medical Simulation

Rynn Ziller, EdD, Director of Clinical Education

Contact Information:
817-735-2528 or 817-735-5057

Office of Rural Medical Education

John Bowling, DO, Assistant Dean of Rural Medical Education

Ana Luz Chiapa-Scifres, MS, MPH, Director of Research & Evaluation

Kimberly Hankins, MSW, Director of Rural Community Relations

Office of Curricular Design and Faculty Development

Frank Papa, DO, PhD, Associate Dean of Curricular Design & Faculty Development

William McIntosh, DO, Director of Clinical Curriculum

Contact Information:
817-735-2988 or 817-735-5057

Office of Educational Programs

Lisa R. Nash, DO, Associate Dean of Educational Programs

Cindy Passmore, MA, Executive Director, Faculty Development Center

Eryn Loney, MLA, Director of Career Development

Amy Moss, DO, Director of Medical Education

Contact Information:
817-735-2149 or 817-735-5103

TCOM Research

John Licciardone, DO, MS, MBA, Executive Director, Osteopathic Research Center

Cathleen Kearns, Administrative Director, Osteopathic Research Center

Peggy Smith-Barbaro, PhD, Sr. Director of Student Research & Development

Wendy Stoecker, Director of Clinical Trials

Contact Information:

Our Mission

"The Texas College of Osteopathic Medicine educates tomorrow's patient-centered physicians and scientists by advancing medical knowledge and providing the highest quality primary and specialty care to the citizens of Texas."

This page last modified February 18, 2013