January 08, 2021
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The TMA-MSS will be posting chapter highlights on our Facebook page throughout the year. Read More
The University of Texas Medical Branch's TMA-MSS has been working hard to engage medical students in outreach and advocacy efforts. Get the latest on their efforts thus far. Read More
At TexMed 1998, TMA-MSS established the Outstanding Student on the Year award. This award is given annually to the Texas Medical Student exemplifying outstanding service to the Texas Medical Association Medical Student Section. Any medical student (except current TMA-MSS Executive Council members) is eligible to receive this award. Read More
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