Veteran and Texas A&M medical student leads tactical combat casualty care
One advantage to locating TexVet at the Texas A&M University Health Science Center is seeing great students like Tillman Scholar Andrew Fisher and how they translate their military experience to make a better society. In this piece, the HSC's Vital Record reports on training the Ranger and combat veteran led through the HSC's partnership with Fort Hood.
“We are extremely proud to welcome veterans like Andrew Fisher into our college,” said Carrie L. Byington, MD, dean of the Texas A&M College of Medicine, senior vice president of Texas A&M University Health Science Center and vice chancellor for health services at The Texas A&M University System. “We’re an institution built on a close relationship to the military and we were created 40 years ago to improve the lives of veteransthrough medicine. Opportunities like this help diversify the clinical and research opportunities for all students.”
Read the whole article at the Vital Record: News from Texas A&M University Health Science Center