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The new Dell Medical School at The University of Texas at Austin was created in unprecedented partnership with local taxpayers, who in 2012 voted to support a vision for better health in Austin and Travis County. That incredible connection to the community – coupled with the fact that it’s the first medical school in nearly 50 years to be built from the ground up at a Tier 1 research university – presents an incredible opportunity to rethink the role of academic medicine in improving health. “We’re about being an entirely new type of medical school – about taking an entirely new approach to academic medicine – and driving forward Austin as a model healthy city,” says Dean Clay Johnston. The medical school is at the heart of a burgeoning medical district in downtown Austin, and will welcome its first class of 50 students in June of 2016. Learn more about the school’s vision for a vital, inclusive health ecosystem, and it’s mission, focused on transforming the way people get and stay healthy, at Video Rating: / 5 Related PostsToronto Public Health: Toward a Healthy CitySaturday Closing Plenary: The Making of a Healthy CitySchool gardens grow health in Austin, TexasMt. Healthy City School District Board of Education v. DoylePLANES FOR KIDS VIDEO: Skipper Riley Model Kit Zvezda from Disney Cartoon Toys Review2015 UCLA HCI Symposium: From Healthy Campus to Healthy City

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