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Kennard Brown, Executive Vice Chancellor and COO of UTHSC, Honored for Promoting Diversity in Health Care Education

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Kennard Brown, JD, MPA, PhD, FACHE, executive vice chancellor and chief operating officer of the University of Tennessee Health Science Center (UTHSC), has received the Healthcare Education Award from the Nashville-based Council on Workforce Innovation.


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Dr. Kathy Schwarzenberger, chair of the Kaplan-Amonette Department of Dermatology, discusses the dangers of indoor tanning

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As a dermatologist, I hate indoor tanning because every day I see what I believe to be the consequences of it… I think at this point, no one can successfully argue that there isn’t a link between melanoma and tanning.


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Dr. Burt Sharp, professor of Pharmacology and Medicine at UTHSC, talks about nicotine poisoning from electronic cigarettes

WREG

As electronic cigarettes increase in popularity, calls to the nation’s poison control centers about exposure to the liquid nicotine used in many of the devices have surged.


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UTHSC Vice Chancellor Wins Health Care Award

The Daily News

Kennard Brown, executive vice chancellor and chief operating officer of the University of Tennessee Health Science Center, has received the Healthcare Education Award from the Nashville-based Council on Workforce Innovation. The statewide award, presented at the 2014 Healthcare Diversity Forum in Nashville, recognized Brown’s efforts in promoting diversity in health care education. The regional forum, which… Read More


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Dr. Ashley Harkrider, chair of UT’s Dept. of Audiology and Speech Pathology, Quoted

The Commercial Appeal

UT and other universities with speech and audiology programs lobbied the legislature. In July 2011, the law was changed.


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Donated works of art raise cash for UT medical school in Memphis

The Commercial Appeal

An online auction of more than 300 works of art by Memphis artist Paul Penczner on Wednesday collected more than $70,000 at the University of Tennessee Health Science Center, according to officials at the Memphis school. Penczner died in 2010 at age 93 and his widow, Jolanda Penczner, donated works of art and the building that… Read More


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Online Auction Raises $70,000 for UT Health Science Center

The Daily News

The University of Tennessee Health Science Center grossed more than $70,000 from an online auction of more than 300 works by internationally known Memphis artist Paul Penczner. The sale, which opened March 4 and finished with a rolling auction, drew 158 bidders. The works are part of a 400-piece collection the artist’s widow, Jolanda Penczner, donated… Read More


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UTHSC auction of Penczner artwork grosses more than $70,000

The Memphis Business Journal

“The auction was a huge success,” saidZach Pretzer, director of development for the UTHSC College of Medicine. “It was a wonderful conclusion to what has been a tremendous gift to the UT College of Medicine by Paul and Jolanda Penczner.”