STUDENTS AND RESIDENTS


We all know that first impressions matter. For better or for worse, our brains are designed to make snap judgments about the people we encounter. Scientists say that this tendency probably comes from our ancient ancestors, who, without a common language to fall back on, often had to rely on their instant impressions to determine whether a stranger posed a threat.

Texas Tech AMA/TMA Officers


 
President
Nikita Dhir
Vice Presidents
Brittany Anderson
Rohan Anand
Treasurer
Caroline Freedle
Secretary
Mia Ivos
Recruitment Chair
Nitish Mittal
AMA/TMA Delegate
Patrick Bettiol
AMA/TMA Alternate Delegate
Jimmy Bunch
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