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New organization dedicated to advancing Texas A&M College of Medicine in Houston

The Houston Aggie Medical Society (HAMS) is a newly-formed organization dedicated to advancing the Texas A&M College of Medicine’s presence in Houston, Texas and the recent affiliation with Houston Methodist.

Texas A&M has 48 future physicians completing their clinical training at the world-renowned Houston Methodist Hospital, and this number will double in 2018.

Vicki ’79 and Bob Harvey ’77

Any person interested in supporting students at the Texas A&M College of Medicine Houston campus can become involved through a variety of activities, such as serving on the founding board, helping to host welcome dinners, “mentoring/adopting” students as host families, or simply showing support through membership.

The most recent event was held December 13 as 65 students, faculty and supporters gathered at Houston Methodist Hospital for the Houston Symphony Holiday Concert followed by a reception hosted by HAMS.

Founding members of the Society include Beth and Paul Odgen, interim dean, Texas A&M College of Medicine; Anne ’80 and Brett Hamilton ’77; Vicki ’79 and Bob Harvey ’77; and Tara and David Wuthrich ’84.

For more information, contact Andrew Robison at arobison@txamfoundation.com.