The six colleges of UTHSC honored their 50-year “Golden Graduates” during a homecoming celebration Oct. 2-4.
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The University of Tennessee Health Science Center has received more than $1.5 million in grants from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. The funding will be used for four research projects.
Bethany Goolsby, JD, has been promoted to associate vice chancellor for Development. In her new position, which she assumes on March 1, Goolsby will assist in managing college-based and regional development programs in addition to her existing responsibilities in leading Planned Giving for UTHSC. She had been an assistant vice chancellor for Planned Giving since… Read More
Ae-Kyung Yi, PhD, associate professor at UTHSC, was awarded a $200,000 Innovative Research Grant from the Arthritis Foundation. The funds will be dispersed over two years. The funds will permit her to pursue a novel method of targeting the inflammation and pain associated with arthritis. Signals sent through proteins called Toll-like receptors may trigger rheumatoid… Read More