Jo Williams, Spicewood Elementary’s secondary winner of the 2012 TMA Ernest and Sarah Butler Awards for Excellence in Science Teaching, recently was awarded a $500 grant.
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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.”
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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.
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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.”
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Since 1998, preventing disease and injury has been the focus of the foundation’s community grant programs. Each year, TMAF invites TMA’s county medical societies (CMS) and alliance and medical student chapters to apply for a grant in support of their local health improvement initiatives.
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