UTHSC Announcements


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Currently Recruiting for Blood Fats and Diabetes Risk Study

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Are you a healthy adult male or female, African American or Caucasian, between the ages 18-65 who has normal blood sugars and no personal or family history of diabetes.


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Having trouble organizing the necessary materials for your study?

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TN-CTSI can provide guidance on the most efficient means to set-up study related documents.


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Department of Surgery Grand Rounds Visiting Professor

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SPEAKER: Cherisse Berry, MD, FACS
Associate Professor of Surgery
Division of Acute Care Surgery
New York University
Grossman School of Medicine

TITLE: “Disparities in the Surgical Workforce: Are Institutions Ready for Diversity?”

DATE: Wednesday, August 10, 2022

LOCATION: 956 Court Avenue (Coleman Building, South Auditorium)

TIME: 8:00 – 9:00 a.m.


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ON DEMAND: Library Research Training for Clinical Researchers

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This series is designed for students, residents, fellows, staff, and faculty or anyone who would like to learn more about how the library can support clinical researchers.


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Introducing the Inclusive Engagement Program! APPLY NOW!

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The Office of Inclusion, Equity, and Diversity is proud to announce the Inclusive Engagement Program the revamped Diversity Passport Program with you in mind! Apply before August 10, 2022.


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The Lichterman Award is open for nominations from August 1- August 19.

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The Lichterman Award is open for nominations from August 1- August 19.

Follow this link for nomination https://oracle.uthsc.edu/w932_lichterman_nominate_utmg.php

For more information go to https://uthsc.edu/lichterman-award/index.php


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Disruption of Oracle Web Services – Tuesday, August 9 at 6:00 p.m.

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On Tuesday, August 9 at 6:00 pm, services such as iLogin, Lichterman nominations, Oracle Forms, OnBase, and some web pages will be disrupted.


Announcements

Currently Recruiting for Blood Fats and Diabetes Risk Study

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Are you a healthy adult male or female, African American or Caucasian, between the ages 18-65 who has normal blood sugars and no personal or family history of diabetes.