• TMAF Funded Programs

    • Turning Good Ideas Into Better Health

      TMAF funded projects are selected on their ability to target urgent health needs affecting a large segment of the state's residents with results that can be measured. Projects often involve public-private partnerships, which maximize the effectiveness of programs and enable efforts to be tailored to meet local needs. 

      Funded initiatives focus on the public health and science priorities of TMA: health promotion and disease prevention; targeted public health issues; science-based clinical decision making; public health advocacy and resources; scientific information; and border health. Proposals come from TMA, its component societies, or are submitted jointly for projects done in cooperation with outside organizations. Click on “Read More” in this section to learn about the five major TMA programs supported by the foundation. For recent program accomplishments, see the Impact and Results section below.
  • Videos Show Impact and Results

    • Ernest and Sarah Butler Awards for Excellence in Science Teaching

      Heather Fleming, a past winner of the TMA Ernest and Sarah Butler Awards for Excellence in Science Teaching, and her students study microbes in a new, exciting way, thanks to this award program.

      See the Results

    • TMA's Minority Scholarship Program

      Rogelio Garcia, one of nine outstanding first-year medical school students who received a $5,000 scholarship in May through TMA’s 2012 Minority Scholarship Program, discusses what is inspiring him to pursue medicine as a way to create “Healthy Futures.”

      Hear His Story 

    • TMA's Hard Hats for Little Heads

      Connecting TMA and TMA Alliance members to other volunteers in their communities, TMA's Hard Hats for Little Heads is working to ensure the health and safety of children across the state.

      See the Program in Action 

    • Be Wise - Immunize

      Terri Andrews, Tarrant County Medical Society Alliance member, TMAF board member, and Immunization Collaboration of Tarrant County president, explains how TMAF-funded programs, such as Be Wise - Immunize, are helping create a “Healthy Now.” 

      Hear Her Story 

  • More About Funded Programs