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Exclusive: New wave tech helps university recruit, add revenue

The Memphis Business Journal

Drug manufacturing capabilities along with cutting-edge regenerative and precision medicine might prove to be transformative for UTHSC.


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UTHSC campus in midst of hidden building boom — attached to a $2.9B impact

The Memphis Business Journal

Tucked away in the Medical District near Union Avenue, the University of Tennessee Health Science Center (UTHSC) is in the midst of a building boom.


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Top Workplaces 2018: Perks offered by leading Memphis employer

The Commercial Appeal

From “lunch and learns” to short work weeks and subsidized medical premiums, employee perks and benefits stand out among companies selected for The Commercial Appeal’s Top Workplaces 2018. Here’s a look at some of the offerings: …University of Tennessee Health Science Center in Memphis provides tuition waivers for employees who take undergraduate and graduate courses… Read More


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(Guest column by Joe DiPietro): UT growing in size, service, impact

The Commercial Appeal

Soon after I arrived in Knoxville to lead the Institute of Agriculture in 2006, I fell in love with the University of Tennessee. It is a special place because of the people and their commitment to the students and citizens all across the state of Tennessee. There is something about the spirit found within this… Read More


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DiPietro goes out with head high

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During his tenure, the university system constructed or renovated more than 240 projects totaling 11.5 million square feet, some $300 million of which were done at the University of Tennessee Health Science Center in Memphis. Combined, those projects reflect state investments of more than $727 million and $1.25 billion by the university system. Among his… Read More


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UTHSC research team among 2018 CORNET Award winners

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Researchers from the University of Tennessee Health Science Center were among the 2018 recipients of The Delta Clinical and Translational Science Consortium’s Collaborative Research Network (CORNET) Awards. The awards give up to $75,000 per project in seed funding to collaborative research teams working to combat regional health inequities in the Delta South.


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UT Health Science Center completes strong year

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With finances in good shape, key positions filled and building projects reshaping the Memphis campus, the University of Tennessee Health Science Center is wrapping up a strong 2018 and looks toward long-term major improvements such as a Biotech Research Park. “The Health Science Center just completed probably its most successful year ever,” says Dr. Steve… Read More


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Fit and Quit program

WREG

The fear of weight gain keeps many people from taking on the fight to quit smoking and researchers here in the Mid-South are on a mission to change that. Dr. Becca Krukowski with the University of Tennessee Health Science Center explained how the Fit and Quit program works.