“Whether it be simulation through Disney, whether it be simulation through NASA … we often say [Orlando] is probably the best-kept secret out there,” said Jarrod Young, one of the meeting’s planning team co-chairs and director of operations technology and business development at the Center for Healthcare Improvement and Patient Simulation at the University of… Read More
The University of Tennessee Health Science Center will hold its Winter Commencement ceremony on Monday, December 12, at 10 a.m., at the Cannon Center for the Performing Arts. Degrees will be awarded to 92 graduating students, including 14 from the College of Graduate Health Sciences, 11 from the College of Health Professions, 32 from the… Read More
The stage at the American Dental Association’s 2022 SmileCon in Houston was a long way from the North Memphis neighborhood where UT Health Science Center alumna Christina Rosenthal, DDS, MPH, grew up. The national spotlight as a host of the prestigious dental convention did not come for Dr. Rosenthal without a lot of hard work,… Read More
Nine months into his tenure as the new chancellor at the University of Tennessee Health Science Center, Peter Buckley had his investiture ceremony Friday morning.
To introduce life-saving medical science to new audiences, Crosstown Arts and Le Bonheur Children’s Hospital, in collaboration with the University of Tennessee Health Science Center, recently presented the seventh biennial exhibition of The Art of Science. The exhibit was founded and directed by Heather Smallwood, PhD, associate professor in the Department of Pediatrics in the UTHSC College… Read More
Tamara Nelson’s job as a senior research and learning services librarian in the UTHSC Health Sciences Library allows her to make a difference in the lives and work of both students and faculty members.
The University of Tennessee Health Science Center’s Campus Cupboard received a $1,400 donation in supplies from initiated members of the Alcorn State University Delta Epsilon chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. during their recent Reunion Service Day in Memphis.
Memphis could be in for a rough flu season, fueled by decreased immunity, an early spike in respiratory illnesses and low vaccination rates, according to infectious disease experts. “So the concern is that we’re going to have a more substantial flu season — certainly more severe than what we’ve seen the past couple of years,”… Read More