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Vaxent and PREVENT kick off Strep A vaccine trials

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The vaccine was developed by Dr. James Dale at the University of Tennessee Health Science Center and is being commercialized by PREVENT and Vaxent. The Phase I trial was announced in August.


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UTHSC Appoints Kenneth Bradshaw, Gary White

The Daily News

The University of Tennessee Health Science Center has appointed Kenneth J. Bradshaw as director of facilities administration and Gary M. White as director of architecture and planning. Bradshaw, a 41-year employee of UT, previously served as assistant director and interim director in facilities administration and the Office of Architecture and Planning. White previously led master… Read More


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Campus workers call for halt to Haslam’s facilities management outsourcing plans

The Commercial Appeal

A union representing Tennessee public college employees is calling on Gov. Bill Haslam to halt his plans for privatizing management and operations of all state government buildings and facilities, including college campuses.


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Healing Hands in Bristol can help more dental patients than ever before

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Healing Hands has partnered with the University of Tennessee Health Science Center’s dental school.


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Army grant will fund study of prosthetic function of veteran amputees

Researchers at the University of Tennessee recently announced they have been awarded a $1.5 million grant from the U.S. Army to study the effectiveness of a microprocessor-controlled prosthetic foot for military veteran amputees with limited mobility. The study, conducted through the University of Tennessee Health Science Center (UTHSC), will be led by Audrey Zucker-Levin, PhD,… Read More


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Area Universities Discuss Security Measures

At the University of Tennessee Health Science Center, similar precautions are in place. “We would immediately send out text messages and e-mails to alert the students, faculty, and staff,” Interim Chief of Police Bruce Holden said.


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UTHSC Professors Awarded $1.5M Grant to Help Veterans

The Daily News

Two University of Tennessee Health Science Center professors (Drs. Audrey Zucker-Levin and Phyllis Richey) have been awarded a $1.5 million grant to study the effectiveness of one of the newest prosthetic feet on the market for use with military veteran amputees.


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Making Memphis a great medical center

The Commercial Appeal

If you drive Downtown you may have noticed the new UT logos on Methodist Hospital and the continual construction on UTHSC’s 4,000-student campus. It’s likely the largest building boom ever for the school — 15 buildings have been renovated, built or are planned over the next few years, including a new College of Medicine.