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Student Governance

Medical School Class of 2023

Provide governance and social activities for their class.

Jason Lin
Yawar Ali

Medical School Class of 2024

Mike Bosh
Lillian Carter

Medical School Class of 2025

Albert Tang
Davyani Srivastava

Medical School Class of 2026

Dev Banerji
Surabhi Madadi

Medical School Class of 2027

Julia Shi
Jinia Chakraborty

Graduate Student Organization (GSO)

The Graduate Student Organization is comprised of all students enrolled in The University of Texas Southwestern Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences, including MSTPs during their medical school years. The GSO represents the students by serving as a formal liaison between the graduate students and the administration. The GSO promotes educational and professional achievement by providing competitive travel scholarships and organizing the annual GSO poster Session. The GSO facilitates social interaction among graduate students by sponsoring social activities and organizing volunteer service opportunities. General meetings of the GSO are held on the second Tuesday of every month at 12:00 p.m.

Joshua Robinson
Elisia Paiz

Postdoctoral Association

The mission of the Postdoctoral Association (PDA) at UT Southwestern Medical Center is to improve the postdoctoral training experience by developing a sense of community through scientific and social interaction, promoting effective training and career development, representing and addressing issues relevant to postdoctoral scholars, easing the transition for new, particularly international, postdoctoral scholars, and recommending standards of practice to the administration regarding the treatment of postdoctoral scholars at UT Southwestern.

Dr. Loubna Radwan
Dr. Antonio Solano Avendano

Public Health Student Association

Founded in fall 2023, the Public Health Student Association (PHSA) is the student governance organization of the O'Donnell School of Public Health (OSPH). The PHSA is the formal liaison between OSPH students and the administration. The PHSA's mission is to foster collaboration across disciplines and promote public health through service, community engagement, and education.

Nikita Madhavaram
Eunice Huan

School of Health Professions

The School of Health Professions Student Advisory Committee is composed of representatives from each of the SHP programs: Physician Assistant, Physical Therapy, Prosthetics-Orthotics, Clinical Nutrition, Radiation Therapy, and Applied Clinical Research. Two students also are selected to serve on the Student Leadership Council.

The purpose of this organization is to provide new ideas, feedback, and input so that the School of Health Professions can be the best resource possible for students.

Alison Manske
Prosthetics Orthotics
Abby Wolf
Physician Assistant Studies
Novelle Kew
Applied Clinical Research
Celine Karam
Clinical Nutrition
Joanna Mendoza
Physical Therapy
Radiation Therapy To Be Filled