If it happens on the University of Tennessee Health Science Center’s (UTHSC) campus, Dr. Kennard Brown was most likely involved. As the executive vice chancellor and chief operations officer, he oversees the day-to-day operations and management of the central administration of UTHSC’s 40-acre campus.
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In three to five years, the 80-acre University of Tennessee Health Science Center campus in the heart of the Medical District could have $500 million worth of new construction. To show how it will tie in with research goals and human factors such as safety and accessibility, campus leaders invited the public in Tuesday, Feb.… Read More
The University of Tennessee Health Science Center plans to attract a major apartment complex alongside its campus near Downtown. The university has asked developers for proposals on how 10 acres can be redeveloped for housing and possibly shops and stores in the Memphis Medical District, a two-mile-long area of 8,000 students and 17,000 employees who chiefly commute… Read More
University of Tennessee Health Science Center (UTHSC) plans to build new apartments on 10 acres in the Medical District. The planned site, which is already owned by UTHSC, is bordered by Jefferson Avenue, Manassas Street, Madison Avenue and Orleans Street.
Dr. Harry Kochat has been named the new director of the Plough Center for Sterile Drug Delivery Systems at the University of Tennessee Health Science Center.
“We are excited to encourage individuals who have innovative ideas that will draw people, activity, and attention to the Memphis Medical District,” said Ken Brown, chief operations officer for the University of Tennessee Health Science Center and an MMDC board member. “UTHSC is proud to support this program as a way to showcase some of… Read More
Dr. Kennard Brown, Executive Vice Chancellor and COO for the University of Tennessee Health Science Center shares why his organization is part of the Chamber as well as some benefits of doing business in Memphis.
Dr. Ken Brown said he believes there is a lot of long-term possibilities for the medical district.