Master of Science in Biotechnology

Why UTHSCT? Not Your Typical Academic University! Our Master of Science in Biotechnology will provide you with highly marketable skills and qualifications to work in the biotechnology industry and the academic foundation to pursue further medical and professional studies. You will receive a hands-on, laboratory based program taught by world-class National Institutes of Health (NIH)- … Read more

Internal Medicine Longview Virtual Application Packet

Please download the following documents from our Virtual Application Packet. You will need to print the “Acknowledgements” document, complete, sign and return it to us as part of your application process. Thank you! Virtual Application Packet Documents Click to download the following PDF files. Each link will open in a new tab or window. Acknowledgements … Read more

Translational & Cardiovascular Biology

Research Activities The Department of Translational and Vascular Biology promotes translational cardiovascular and pulmonary vascular research. The mission is to develop, promote, and accelerate cardiovascular and pulmonary research. This includes both basic and translational research that will advance our knowledge in the mechanisms involved in the onset and propagation of cardiovascular and pulmonary disease process and […]

Master of Science in Biotechnology at UTHSCT: The Advantage

<iframe src="https://www.googletagmanager.com/ns.html?id=GTM-NGF68HW” height=”0″ width=”0″ style=”display:none;visibility:hidden”> What is the UTHSCT Advantage?   Great Value UTHSCT offers the master of Science in Biotechnology at just a fraction of the cost of other institutions; we encourage you to compare our cost to other institutions.* At just $246 per credit hour for Texas residents, UTHSCT is one of the […]

Rural Psychiatry Residency Welcome

We are excited to introduce the Rural Psychiatry Residency program, located in beautiful Pittsburg, Texas! The Rural Psychiatry Residency program was developed in 2020 with the overarching goal of providing increased access to high quality mental health services in rural East Texas while simultaneously training the next generation of exceptional psychiatrists. Scroll down to view […]

Rural Psychiatry Residency Curriculum

PGY1 Family Medicine – 2 months Internal Medicine – 2 months Inpatient Adult Psychiatry – 6 months Inpatient Geriatric Psychiatry – 2 months PGY2 Neurology – 2 months Forensic Psychiatry – 1 month Addiction/Detox – 1 month Consult/Liaison – 2 months Outpatient Behavioral Clinic – 6 months PGY3 Outpatient Behavioral Clinic – 6 months Psych ER – 2 months PGY 4 Community Psychiatry – 2 months Consult […]

Rural Psychiatry Residency Application

Apply Now All residency applicants must apply through ERAS. Only applications submitted through ERAS will be reviewed. The following guidelines are used by the Residency Selection Committee to identify applicants to be interviewed and possibly considered for final ranking and/or eligibility for appointment: Graduate of an accredited LCME or AOA medical school Medical School Date of Graduation cut-off […]

Rural Psychiatry Residency Faculty and Staff

Program Leadership Arunditi Xantus, MD Program Director Associate Professor of Medicine Child/Adolescent & Adult Psychiatry Cindy Harrison, BA, C-TAGME Program and Education Manager Teaching Faculty Ushimbra Buford, MD Child/Adolescent Psychiatry Program Director, General Psychiatry Adult Psychiatry Jeffery Matthews, MD Chair, Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Health Ralph de Similien, MD Associate Professor of Psychiatry John […]