UTHSC Announcements


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CRB Seminar Series

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Center for Cancer Research 2013-2014 Seminar Series Presents

PRESENTED BY

Viktor V. Chizhikov, PhD
Assistant Professor
Department of Anatomy and Neurobiology


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Neva Strickland’s retirement celebration

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Neva Strickland’s retirement celebration


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MEDICINE GRAND ROUNDS

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15th Annual Givens Lecture – Distinguished Visiting Professorship
8:00 AM, Wednesday, May 21, 2014, Coleman North Auditorium
“Male Hypogonadism in Diabesity”
Paresh Dandona, B.Sc, M.D, Head, Division of Endocrinology and Distinguished Professor of Medicine/Pharmacology, SUNY at Buffalo


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2014 James H. Horner DVP – Reserve Your Seat Today!

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Diabetes affects 25.8 million Americans – 8.3 percent of the population and 26.7 percent of those over age sixty-five. Another 79 million adults (50% of people over 65) with pre-diabetes are at high risk of developing the disease over the next decade. As a result of these staggering numbers, Dr. Samuel Dagogo-Jack, Director, UTHSC Division of Endocrinology & President-Elect of the American Diabetes Association, invites you to attend this year’s James H. Horner Distinguished Visiting Professorship Lectures as we focus in on “Controlling the Diabetes Epidemic: Recent Advances and Challenges.”


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UTHSC’s Dr. Michael Whitt Interviewed on Fox 13

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Dr. Michael Whitt interviewed on local news about tuberculosis and reports of two cases in area schools.


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UTRF Lunch and Learn

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CirQuest Labs: Providing Services to Advance Your Research


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Dean Thomason Elected President of Tenn Conference of Grad Schools

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Donald B. Thomason, PhD, dean of the College of Graduate Health Sciences, has been elected President of the Tennessee Conference of Graduate Schools (TCGS) for 2014-2015.


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UTHSC ITS: Internet Explorer Severe Vulnerability Patched

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ITS sent an announcement on the 1st of May regarding a severe Internet Explorer vulnerability. A patch was issued by Microsoft soon after that date, and it has been applied to UTHSC Windows computers.