Bishop William Young and Pastor Dianne Young, founders of the Suicide in the Black Church conference, had a vision to have a clinic at their church. With a background in community health — primarily mental health — the couple was introduced to Dr. David M. Stern, vice chancellor for health for statewide initiatives at University… Read More
Publisher: The Memphis Business Journal
In the next three weeks, faculty from the University of Tennessee Health Science Center (UTHSC) will begin offering telemedicine to some rural parts of Tennessee.
Le Bonheur established BIG just over two years ago, with the goal of studying the influence of genes on diseases and their treatment. UTHSC researchers will be able to submit a proposal to request use of DNA from the biorepository. If approved, researchers will sign a material use agreement in which they would agree to… Read More
UTHSC’s Plough Center for Sterile Drug Delivery Solutions won Best Renovation (Large Category) in the 2018 Building Memphis Awards sponsored by the Memphis Business Journal.
Le Bonheur Children’s Hospital’s new $9.5 million outpatient center in Jackson is now open… The 255-bed Le Bonheur hospital in Memphis serves as a primary teaching affiliate for the University Tennessee Health Science Center and trains more than 350 pediatricians and specialists each year.
The UTHSC Plough Center for Sterile Drug Delivery Solutions is among the finalists for Building Memphis 2018 which recognizes and honors exceptional construction and renovation projects in the Mid-South.
The University of Tennessee Health Science Center (UTHSC) has selected a local ophthalmology professor as the first user of its new Innovation Lab.
University of Tennessee Health Science Center (UTHSC) continued an ambitious campus master plan as part of its overall strategy.