UTHSC Graduates 105 Health Care Professionals December 12

On Friday, Dec. 12, the University of Tennessee Health Science Center (UTHSC) will graduate 105 health care professionals. [Read more...]

UTHSC to Host African-American Women’s Breast Cancer Summit Feb. 7

The “Live! Just As We Are” logo was created to symbolize the beauty and transformative power that women must draw upon to survive and thrive against breast cancer.

The “Live! Just As We Are” logo was created to symbolize the beauty and transformative power that women must draw upon to survive and thrive against breast cancer.

Local Coalition to Welcome 500 Black Women to Feb. 7 Summit

The Research Center on Health Disparities, Equity and the Exposome (RCHDEE) at the University of Tennessee Health Science Center (UTHSC) has convened a Breast Cancer Awareness and Action Coalition that includes 11 local and state health care, civic and community organizations. [Read more...]

New Buildings and Amenities to Change the Face of UTHSC as Part of Newly Unveiled Master Plan for Growth

More than 75 people attended the Campus Master Plan Open House.

More than 75 people attended the Campus Master Plan Open House.

The University of Tennessee Health Science Center (UTHSC) campus of the future will have at least 15 new buildings to meet expanding academic, research, clinical care and support needs. It will also have improved pedestrian and bicycle routes, better traffic flow, more parking, well-designed green spaces and landscaping, prominent signage, 10 renovated buildings, and updated housing options. [Read more...]

Karen C. Johnson, MD, MPH, Named Endowed Professor in Women’s Health for the UTHSC College of Medicine

Dr. Karen C. Johnson

Dr. Karen C. Johnson

Karen C. Johnson, MD, MPH, who has brought more than $40 million in research dollars to the University of Tennessee Health Science Center (UTHSC) and is the principal investigator on five currently funded research grants or contracts, has been awarded the UTHSC College of Medicine Endowed Professorship in Women’s Health. [Read more...]

The First John Ed and Odessa Williams Endowment Lectureship Brings Renowned Diabetes Expert to Campus

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Sisters Beverly Williams-Cleaves, MD, second from left; Ethelyn Williams-Neal, MD, center; and Willie Williams Crittendon, PhD, are shown at the inaugural lectureship they endowed in memory of their parents. Guy Reed, MD, chair of the UTHSC Department of Medicine, is at far left, and featured speaker, James Gavin III, MD, is at right.

The first John Ed and Odessa Williams Endowment in Community Diabetes Lectureship earlier this month brought renowned diabetes expert James Gavin III, MD, to the University of Tennessee Health Science Center (UTHSC) campus as the keynote speaker. [Read more...]

Clint W. Snyder, PhD, MBA, Named Senior Associate Dean and Chair for the New Department of Medical Education in the College of Medicine at UTHSC

Dr. Clint Snyder

Dr. Clint W. Snyder is the senior associate dean and chair of the new Department of Medical Education.

David M. Stern, MD, Robert Kaplan Executive Dean of the University of Tennessee Health Science Center (UTHSC) College of Medicine, has announced the appointment of Clint W. Snyder, PhD, MBA, as the senior associate dean and chair for the new Department of Medical Education in the UTHSC College of Medicine. Dr. Snyder joined UTHSC on October 1.

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The University of Tennessee Health Science Center Hosts Open House to Share Campus Master Plan for Growth

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Leaders of the University of Tennessee Health Science Center (UTHSC) will share the vision for future development of the campus on Oct. 27 from 5-7 p.m. during a Campus Master Plan Open House for faculty, staff, students, the media and the community.

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Patient Safety Training Series for More Than 200 Area Health Care Workers Uses High-Tech Patient Simulators

As part of its increasing emphasis on interprofessional education, the University of Tennessee Health Science Center (UTHSC) is bringing together more than 200 students, residents, nurses, physicians and health care workers Oct. 21-23 for a unique, interactive patient safety training series. [Read more...]