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Innovative TMC3 Collaborative Building, Anchored by Leading Research Institutions, to Become Central Hub of Texas Medical Center's New Life Science Campus
250,000-square-foot building to enable translational research initiatives for The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center, Texas A&M University Health Science Center, The University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston and Texas Medical Center
Anchored by $1.8 billion in secured financing, 37-acre TMC3 positions Texas Medical Center as a global life science leader. The TMC3 master plan, which encompasses approximately 6 million square feet of anticipated development, was designed by Boston-based Elkus Manfredi Architects, a key player in shaping several of Massachusetts’ leading life sciences clusters.
The Texas Medical Center is working to build institutes that foster collaboration across all 61 member institutions. These institutes were selected following a strategic planning meeting in January 2014 during which member institutions CEOs, city and community leaders gathered to discuss the future of life sciences.
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“When I found out I had a brain tumor, the decision to seek care at MD Anderson was easy because of my experiences as a medical student,” says Ethan Damron: https://t.co/iuO3x2FwzQ @AspiringRadOnc @DrJeffWeinberg #BTSM #EndCancer https://t.co/4sLRdhtlB9
In 1995, a chronic myeloid leukemia diagnosis led Mel Mann to MD Anderson where he enrolled in a Phase I clinical trial investigating a targeted drug that’s since been approved by the FDA. “It (was) really a lifesaver,” Mel says. @MelDMann #Leukemia #EndCancer https://t.co/Qv14rualHe
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Linda experienced PTSD symptoms after her service as a trauma combat nurse. Eventually, she stopped hiding her emotions and turned to VA for support. Hear how prolonged exposure therapy helped Linda process her memories and recover: https://t.co/0jhabewZ4V
6 things cancer patients should share with their care teams when discussing their medical history, according to our Dr. Amy Hassan: https://t.co/jLfncIbC5P #EndCancer
Dr. @PeterHotez sat down with @NPR's Here & Now to discuss the future of COVID-19 vaccine booster shots. https://t.co/GYiwmvhcz4 #COVID19 #COVID19Vaccines
Charleston VA Suicide Prevention team works with local community health hospitals to be notified when Veteran receives inpatient care there. https://t.co/VdXEqomul9
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NASA’s Shannon Walker ’87 returns with gifts from space that flew with her during her latest six-month mission to the International Space Station. Learn more: https://t.co/E1NHvAjzKg. https://t.co/aksvPTT6n6
Congratulations to Dr. Helen Heslop on her election to @theNAMedicine! https://t.co/UV0qb9Nlvi #BCMFaculty
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Flu season is here. So when is the best time to get the flu vaccine? Dr. Macaluso-Davidson answers this and other common questions about who should get a flu shot, where to get yours and more. Learn more: https://t.co/0XvKL4PBg5. https://t.co/vbzunB5lV2
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Emilia Pozas, was diagnosed with stage III breast cancer. After chemo, a mastectomy and radiation, she says that her family got her through it. "I’m going to focus on my health and live long enough to enjoy all my grandchildren.” #breastcancerawarenss https://t.co/A9yWIUcino