The Medical Student Section (MSS) helps shape the future of medicine by giving students from every Texas medical school a voice in TMA and American Medical Association policymaking. Students serve in slotted seats on boards, councils, and committees and have voting representation in TMA’s House of Delegates and Board of Trustees. Members also are actively involved in their TMA-MSS school chapters and their county medical societies.
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Meet TCU medical student Anand Singh.
Why are you interested/engaged in organized medicine?I knew from the first day of medical school that I wanted to improve my patient's health outside of the clinical setting. I realized that a lot of these changes would have to be done on a policy level to impact greater populations. Therefore, organized medicine gave me an outlet to pursue my advocacy goals on a local, state, and national levels.
The Texas Medical Association Medical Student Section (TMA-MSS) Executive Council is elected annually, to a one-year term, to direct the activities of the section at the state level.
Meet your 2023-2024 TMA-MSS Executive Council. Learn more about TMA-MSS leadership positions.
Read the Letter from the MSS Chair
Medicine With a Med Student: A Deep Dive Into Women's Health Services in Texas
Health and Wellness Education
Live Educational Presentations
Stress and Burnout in an Environment of Change
Substance Use Disorders Among Colleagues
Ensure your membership record is accurate by providing your new contact and residency training information.
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Virtual Policy Making 101Jan. 11 at 7 pm (CT)Information & RegistrationLeadership SummitJan. 25-27Hyatt Regency AustinInformation & Registration
MSS Business MeetingSaturday, Jan. 27 • 2-4:30 pmRSVP for Section Business Meetings
Join the group! This is an opportunity for TMA medical student section members to converse informally, collaborate, and exchange information.
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Apply for Executive Council appointments: TMA Board of Trustees representative; AMA alternate delegate
Nominate for awards: Chapter of the Year; Student of the Year; C. Frank Webber, MD Award
Apply to run for Executive Council positions: chair; vice chair; reporter; TMA Delegate co-chair (two positions); AMA delegate co-chair (two positions)
Apply for board, council, and committee appointments
Apply for Leadership Honor Society
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