Strong Partnerships

The School of Public Health is a higher education and research institution dedicated to a single truth: Health is a human right. With six campuses across Texas, the School of Public Health is strategically placed to cover the health and education needs of the state's diverse and growing population. Expert faculty regularly contribute to research and methodology used around the world, and students have the opportunity to gain hands-on experience working on some of public health's most pressing challenges.

UTHSC at Houston School of Public Health

 The School of Public Health is a higher education and  research institution dedicated to a single truth: Health is a human right. With six campuses across Teas, the SPH is strategically placed to cover the health and education needs of the state's diverse and growing population. Expert faculty regularly contribute to research and methodology used around the world, and students have the opportunity to gain hands-on experience wroking on some of public health's most pressing challenges.

UTHSC at Houston School of Biomedical Informatics

 The SBMI at Houston, an academic component of the UTHSC is the only academic program of biomedical informatics in the State of Texas, the only free-standing school of biomedical informatics in the nation, and one of the largest programs of this kind in the nation. SBMI has undergone rapid growth over the past few years as it tripled both student enrollment and faculty size. As of 2018, we have 50 regular faculty, 59 adjunct faculty, and about 300 graduate students. paragraph.

McGovern Historical Center at the Texas Medical Center Library

The John  P. McGovern Historical Collections and Research Center is the archive and rare book department of the TMC Library. The Center has notable historical collections on the institutions and people who created the foundations of medical health and science upon which the TMC is built. Among the most important collections in the archive are the papers of Dr. William Jack Schull as well as other collections related to the Atomic Bomb Casualty Commission (ABCC). Dr. Schull's individual collection, as well as the other ABCC records at the Center, represents an invaluable resource for anyone researching the effects of radiation on humans.

TMC Library Historical Archives website https://mcgovernhrc.wordpress.com/2017/06/23/tribute-to-dr-schull/

For Dr. Schull’s list of contributions to the Archives see link to contents at https://library.tmc.edu/mcgovern/conducting-research/finding-aids/schull-067/

Dr. Schull’s photo contributions to the Archives (1000s of individual slides/photos etc)

https://library.tmc.edu/mcgovern/conducting-research/finding-aids/schull-170/

The University of St. Thomas (UST), Houston

UST STEMUST STEM students conduct research with professors in the state-of-the-art Center for Science and Health Professionals building. They have the opportunity to participate in internships and meaningful mentorships like those of the Schull Summer Scholars Research program at the Texas Medical Center. Schull provides UST students with the change to interact with scientists conducting research as well as with healthcare professionals  in clinical settings. This is invaluable experience for students pursuing health professions such as medicine, dentistry, and physician assistant. All UST students learn to honor the value of human dignity and, like the Schull Institute, care for vulnerable populations.

The Greater Houston Community Foundation

 Our business is helping donors create lasting legacies and meaningful impact. Through the vision and generosity of our donors, we are one of the largest grant makers in the region.

The Schull Institute

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