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Dr. Christie Michael Quoted in Good Health

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Dr. Christie Michael, a pediatric and immunology specialist with Le Bonheur Children’s Hospital and the Unversity of Tennessee Health Science Center, sat down with Good Health to answer some allergy questions.


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Catherine Kaczorowski brings more than $737,000 to UTHSC to continue her Alzheimer’s disease research

The Daily News

Catherine Kaczorowski, an assistant professor in the University of Tennessee Health Science Center anatomy and neurobiology department, has brought more than $737,000 to UTHSC to continue her Alzheimer’s disease research.


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Parents advised to limit baby gear

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In her new book “Retro Baby,” Anne Zachry, a pediatric occupational therapist at the University of Tennessee Health Science Center in Memphis, makes the case for cutting back “on all the gear” and returning to blocks, balls and homemade toys that kept babies occupied for generations. “Parents feel so much pressure to buy all the latest… Read More


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UTHSC’s Meibohm Published in Nature Medicine for TB Research

The Daily News

Bernd Meibohm, associate dean for research and graduate programs and professor in the Department of Pharmaceutical Sciences at the University of Tennessee Health Science Center, had the findings of his latest research published in the February issue of biomedical sciences journal Nature Medicine. The article, titled “Spectinamides: a new class of semisynthetic antituberculosis agents that overcome… Read More


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Treatments abound, but cause of migraines remains elusive

The Commercial Appeal

“Migraines cost our society billions of dollars a year,” said Memphis neurologist Dr. Stephen Landy… He is also a founding partner of Wesley Neurology Headache Clinic in Memphis and a Clinical Professor of Neurology at UT Health Science Center in Memphis.


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Memphis firm readies new Lyme disease tech for market

The Commercial Appeal

Maria Gomes-Solecki, Assistant Professor, Microbiology, Immunology, and Biochemistry with UTHSC as well as President and CEO of Immunotechnologies, Inc., has worked to complete a field study that shows a vaccine for mice that helps fight Lyme disease in humans.


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UT Medical Group launches new IVF and infertility treatment center

The Memphis Business Journal

UT Medical Group has announced the opening of a new infertility service for would-be parent in the Mid-South. The center’s medical team is being led by Laura Detti, an associate professor of obstetrics and gynecology at the University of Tennessee Health Science Center and the only female board-certified reproductive endocrinologist in the Memphis market, according to UTMG.


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Ticks – Breaking the Transmission Cycle of Lyme Disease

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To discuss the next steps for this novel mice vaccine technology, I am joined today … by US Biologic board director, Dr. Tom Monath, and the Cary Institute’s Dr. Rick Ostfeld, who led the field research in New York to test the efficacy of the vaccine (invented and produced by Dr. Maria Gomes-Solecki).