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Robert Shreve to step down at UTHSC

The Commercial Appeal

The University of Tennessee Health Science Center has announced that an associated dean at the College of Medicine is stepping down, the College of Nursing honored two alumni and a grant supporting hypertension research.


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UTHSC Alumni Director Michelle Nixon Honored

The Memphis Business Journal

Michelle Nixon, director of alumni programs at the University of Tennessee Health Science Center, has been honored with the Imhotep Award from UTHSC’s Student Government Association Executive Council. Nixon, who joined UTHSC in 2012, works in the Office of Development and Alumni Affairs and has supported a number of student initiatives that give back to the… Read More


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UTHSC Alumni Director Michelle Nixon Honored

The Memphis Business Journal

On April 22, Michelle Nixon received the IMHOTEP Award during the Student Government Association Executive Council (SGAEC) banquet at the University of Tennessee Health Science Center. SGAEC President Ben Maddox presented the award, which acknowledges outstanding service to UTHSC students.


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UTHSC prof earns $1.65 million grant for arthritis research

The Memphis Business Journal

Andrew Kang, professor in the Division of Connective Tissue Diseases in the College of Medicine at the University of Tennessee Health Science Center, has received a $1.65 million grant to study rheumatoid arthritis.


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UTHSC Associate Dean Steps Down

The Daily News

Robert G. Shreve is relinquishing his role as associate dean for medical education in the University of Tennessee Health Science Center’s College of Medicine on June 16… Most recently, he led the college through its successful eight-year reaccreditation by the Liaison Committee on Medical Education.


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LED Imaging partners with UTHSC College of Dentistry to provide students with advanced imaging technology

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Students, residents, and faculty at the University of Tennessee Health Science Center College of Dentistry will now have access to new, sophisticated oral and maxillofacial imaging technology due to apartnership between the UT College of Dentistry and LED Imaging, a new division of LED Dental announced earlier this month.


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Fighting Lyme Disease With a Vaccine — for Mice

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Instead of abandoning hope, University of Tennessee molecular biologist Maria Gomes-Solecki decided to apply the vaccine to another carrier: mice. Ticks that sucked the blood of vaccinated mice would also ingest antibodies the mice had produced, which would kill any bacteria the ticks carried, preventing them from transmitting the disease.


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Dr. Karen Johnson Quoted: Diet Soda Concerns For Women

WREG

Dr. Karen Johnson, interim director of Preventive Medicine at UTHSC, is interviewed on WREG-TV’s Live@9 show about study results showing there may be a link between diet sodas and cardiovascular events in post-menopausal women. Dr. Johnson is the interim chair of the Department of Preventive Medicine at the University of Tennessee Health Science Center and joined… Read More