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Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center at El Paso is the fourth and newest member of the Texas Tech University System. Learn more about TTUHSC at El Paso.

TTUHSC at El Paso

TTUHSC at El Paso Inaugural Presidential, Dean Search

The Chancellor invites applications and nominations for the Inaugural President and Dean, Paul L. Foster School of Medicine. The President is the chief executive officer for the Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center at El Paso and is responsible for the executive management of its operations. The President provides overall leadership in the planning and management of the academic, research, international, service, fiscal, administrative, operational and auxiliary enterprise mission of the Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center at El Paso.

On May 18, 2013, Governor Rick Perry signed Senate Bill 120, which established Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center at El Paso as a freestanding, fourth component institution in the Texas Tech University System. The university's goal is to become the premier health sciences center between Houston and Los Angeles.  In addition, it wants to be known as an institution that advances knowledge for students and practicing health care professionals through educational opportunities and research while providing quality patient care and service and fostering a culture that supports translational research and innovation commercialization to benefit providers and patients.  Learn more.

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