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Dr. Candace Brown Receives Grant

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One of these researchers is Dr. Candace Brown, professor of clinical pharmacy, obstetrics and gynecology at UTHSC… Brown received a $2.million grant … to lead the first national, multicenter study to find a treatment for vulvodynia.


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UTHSC’s Peg Hartig to Chair Board

The Memphis Business Journal

Peg Thorman Hartig, PhD, APRN-BC, FAANP will serve as the 2014-2016 Common Table Health Alliance Board Chair


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PHYSICIAN SPOTLIGHT: Robert W. Wake, MD

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While it’s unlikely that Robert W. Wake, MD, wears orange scrubs in the OR, he’s pretty much orange to the core in most other respects. The urologist grew up in Knoxville and attended the University of Tennessee for both undergraduate and medical school… He is now professor and chairman of the Department of Urology at… Read More


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UT pharmacy school wants tuition discounts for out-of-state students near Memphis

The Commercial Appeal

… the University of Tennessee College of Pharmacy wants to give Arkansas and Mississippi students within 50 miles of Memphis a 75 percent discount on the out-of-state portion of their tuition to help recruit more students to the Memphis campus… If approved as expected, the discount will go into effect this fall.


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UTHSC May 30 Graduation Photo on CNN

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Friends Jennifer Morton, Jaclyn Strand and Mary VanDeven take a photo Friday, May 30, as they wait to receive their doctorate degrees at the University of Tennessee Health Science Center in Memphis, Tennesse


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Mosquito Spraying Set For Next Week After West Nile Detected In Shelby Co.

My Fox Memphis

” … there are some groups of people that are more susceptible, according to Dr. Michael Whitt of the University of Tennessee Health Science Center … “


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Silent Epidemic: Though it’s little publicized, HIV/AIDS has a significant presence in Memphis

Memphis Flyer

According to Dr. Michael Whitt of the University of Tennessee Health Science Center (UTHSC) … the disease was presumably passed into the human population somewhere around the late 1950s or early 1960s.


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What parents need to know about tuberculosis in Shelby County schools

My Fox Memphis

“It is a very serious disease and it can be fatal,” Dr. Michael Whitt of the UT Health & Science Center said. Tuberculosis has been spotted in two Shelby County schools, but just how worried do parents need to be? “It’s pretty unusual because number one, normally immune-competent people don’t get TB, our immune system fights it… Read More