TMA created the Medical Student Section (MSS) in the late 1970s to gain a student perspective among members and provide future physicians with a voice in TMA policy. It helps focus attention on issues unique to Texas' students and provides a forum for students to communicate with each other.
Now over 4,800 members strong, the TMA-MSS section helps shape the future of medicine as members participate in the TMA and American Medical Association policy-making process and serve in slotted seats on boards, councils, and committees. Students also have a voting representative on the TMA Board of Trustees. TMA student members also are actively involved in their local county medical societies.
Register today to attend TexMed 2017 which will be held in Houston, May 5-6. Check out the advance program for information on social events, our general sessions and more. Registration is free for students.
Medical student representatives and alternate representatives are appointed to serve one-year terms on association boards, councils, and committees. Applications are open for the 2017-2018 term. To apply, submit an application to your Section Coordinator by April 15.
The TMA-MSS Leadership Honor Society recognizes fourth year medical students that have actively participated in Texas organized medicine. Submit an application to your Section Coordinator by April 15 for recognition.
Get more information on event dates, deadlines, ways to get involved, leadership and scholarship opportunities, and more.
The Texas Medical Association Medical Student Section (TMA-MSS) Executive Council is elected annually to direct the activities of the section at the state level.
To apply for a position on the MSS Executive Council for the 2017-2018 term, submit a letter of intent and CV to your Section Coordinator by April 15.
Open positions are: - Chair, - Vice Chair, - reporter, - AMA Delegate Co-leaders (two positions), and - TMA Delegate Co-leaders (two positions).
Elections are held during the MSS Business Meeting at TexMed 2017.
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