Author: Christopher Green


First African American Graduate Alvin Crawford, MD, Returns to Alma Mater for Book Signing

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Sixty years after Alvin Crawford, MD, became the first African American to graduate from the University of Tennessee Health Science Center’s College of Medicine, the mutual appreciation shared between him and the university has not faded. Monday was a day of reminiscence, inspiration, and collaboration for Dr. Crawford as he returned to UT Health Science… Read More


UT Health Science Center to Welcome Dr. Alvin Crawford, First African American Graduate, to Celebrate Release of Autobiography

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Alvin Crawford, MD, the first African American to attend and graduate from the University of Tennessee Health Science Center College of Medicine, will return to his alma mater Monday, February 26, for a celebration and book signing of his recently published autobiography, a presentation on his research, and visits with students. A 1964 College of… Read More


Pharmacy Training, Leadership Experience Give Student Hope for Success

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Christian Phillips got his first glimpse into pharmacy when he was a child, as his father required multiple medications.  “My dad was very sick and was a dialysis patient, so there was always a bunch of medications around,” he says. “When I was old enough, I would even help him take his medication, schedule his… Read More


Center on Developmental Disabilities Begins Partnership to Support Autistic College Students

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For many people, going to college is an exciting time full of new experiences, a fresh sense of independence, and unique opportunities to connect and learn with people from other backgrounds. For these and other reasons, making the transition to college and continuing to graduation can be challenging for autistic students. Without proper support services,… Read More


Chancellor Buckley Named Among 100 Most Powerful People in Memphis Business

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Peter Buckley, MD, chancellor of the University of Tennessee Health Science Center, has been recognized in the Memphis Business Journal’s list of the 100 most influential people in Mid-South business for the second time. The Memphis Business Journal (MBJ) editorial team compiles the Power 100 list each year to profile outstanding leaders from sports, education,… Read More


2023 Pharmacy Magazine Shows College’s Growth Over 125 Years

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The Fall 2023 issue of the College of Pharmacy Magazine celebrates 125 years of the College of Pharmacy at the University of Tennessee Health Science Center by remembering the past and looking forward to a bright future continuing to train Tennessee’s pharmacists. Through the Years Learn how pharmacy education at UT Health Science Center grew… Read More


College of Medicine Magazine Emphasizes Efforts to Advance Women in Medicine

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The Fall 2023 issue of the College of Medicine Magazine pays tribute to the women of the UT Health Science Center’s College of Medicine by sharing how their achievements, leadership, and dedication have helped shape the future of medicine. Supporting Women Scientists The Women in Science Initiative is helping bridge gaps by supporting female faculty… Read More


UT Health Science Center Honors Impact of Exemplary Faculty, Staff, Students

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At the 2023 UTHSC Impact Awards, the Office of Inclusion, Equity, and Diversity recognized faculty, staff, students, and trainees for the outstanding work they do at the University of Tennessee Health Science Center. “Today we celebrate colleagues who have gone above and beyond, giving exemplary service,” said Raaj Kurapati, UTHSC’s executive vice chancellor and chief… Read More