They are bar owners and lawyers and doctors. They work for the City or for a bank. They buy and sell your houses, they cook your food, and they invest your money. They make parks appealing and the cultural scene more vibrant. They are you. They are me. They are Memphis. For 25 years, the… Read More
Publisher: The Memphis Business Journal
Information on The List was obtained from each individual organization through surveys and published sources and could not be independently verified. Although every attempt is made to ensure the accuracy and thoroughness of The Lists, omissions sometimes occur. In case of ties, companies are listed alphabetically. Local and Memphis area refers to Shelby, Tipton, and… Read More
Revotek plans to print blood vessels right here in Memphis using a 3D printer. Yes, you read that right: Blood vessels.How do they do that? With a bioprinter Revotek developed plus stem cells. Still awaiting human trials, Revotek’s technology nonetheless has the potential to revolutionize medicine, hence the name, Revotek.
With 372 apartments in 13 buildings, Orleans Station is poised to completely transform 10 acres of parking lots and Brutalist architecture in the Medical District.
Power — true power — manifests itself in many ways.Power can mean the person at the top, who can unilaterally make decisions. It may mean the influencer behind the scenes, whose input is crucial to the direction a project takes. It might be found in a person who has one decision to make, the consequences… Read More
Creating a collaborative community of care is an important concept for Dr. Matthew Ballo. In 2014, Ballo was recruited to Memphis to head up the radiation oncology department at West Cancer Center — then called The West Clinic.
A local health economist, with decades of experience examining health disparities, has received national funding to explore the effects of poverty on physical and mental well-being. Shelley White-Means, Ph.D., a professor at the University of Tennessee Health Science Center (UTHSC), will lead an 18-month, approximately $300,000 project at Cherokee Health Systems to test if the… Read More
Despite quickly distributing the vaccines the state sends it, Shelby County is moving through the vaccination stages slower than many other Tennessee counties. During a pair of news conferences this week, local officials discussed this phenomenon and the future of the county’s current business restrictions.