UTHSC Announcements


Boyd Seeks to Finish Greatest Decade at UT Board of Trustees Meeting

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For Immediate ReleaseMarch 01, 2024  PULASKI – UT System President Randy Boyd announced his interest to continue serving as the University’s president during the UT Board of Trustee meeting held today at UT Southern. Boyd, who joined the UT System as interim president in November 2018 and was named its 26th president in 2020, initially committed to… Read More


Book Club at the Center’s Next Selection-All In by Billie Jean King

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Book Club at the Center-Register today for a chance to win a free book! Join the Office of Access and Compliance for a discussion of All In by Billie Jean King. 


Research IT listening sessions

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ITS will be hosting six listening sessions this week for researchers to share their research goals and technology challenges. Registration is required to attend.


DASH Town Hall…Save the Date!

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Good Morning, Friends of DASH! We invite you to our next DASH Town Hall event on Thursday, March 7, 2024, at 3:00 p.m. EST. You don’t want to miss this exciting session focused on training information! Mark your calendars to join us as we hear from leadership and see a demonstration of employee and manager… Read More


Our team is looking for people with dementia and their caregivers to participate in a research study.

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Research Participation Opportunity in Memphis at the University of Tennessee Health Science Center!


Basic Dependent Life Insurance – Securian Financial

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Employees Basic Term Dependent Life Insurance for spouse and child ended on 12/31/2023.


Let’s Build a Culture of Kindness Together!

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Learn strategies for Promoting Positive Mental Health and Strong Relationships


THIS WEDNESDAY: Seminar for new sequencing instrument at Molecular Resource Center

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March 6, 2024, 1:15pm | CRB Auditorium

Join us for lunch and learn about the next level sequencing solution for NGS applications! Representatives from Element Biosciences will give a presentation on Element’s AVITI [TM] Sequencer, now at the UT Health Science Center’s Molecular Resource Center.