That’s just not natural
The Star-Telegram ran an editorial by Dr. Kathryn Cardarelli and Dr. Scott Ransom encouraging the community to watch the PBS series Unnatural Causes, which was screened at the Lewis Library and focuses on health and healthcare disparities. Steve Jacob on the Star-Telegram staff also featured the project and mentioned the HSC’s support of the series.
Climbing to the Top
TCOM was recognized in the Star-Telegram for its ranking as one of the top 50 schools in primary care, as the result of proactive outreach.
Patricia’s Law spurs DNA interest
The Star-Ledger in Newark, N.J., quoted Dr. Art Eisenberg in our DNA lab in continued coverage of the New Jersey Missing Persons DNA Identification Program, a direct result of the recently signed Patricia’s Law.
Life and death for Fort Worth’s tiniest
The Dallas Morning News ran an article on an infant mortality survey being conducted in Tarrant County and quoted the School of Public Heath’s Dr. Claudia Coggin.
What’s the jaw bone connected to?
The UNT Center for Human Identification will test and analyze a human jaw bone found on Galveston's shore. Similar stories mentioning the DNA lab's involvement were in the Galveston County Daily News, and on KHOU, KRIV, KTRK and TXCN (Texas Cable News).
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