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New Medical District apartment project slated for board vote

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Students attending the University of Tennessee Health Science Center could soon have their first ever on-campus housing option. UTHSC currently does not have on-campus housing, but is hoping to change that through a public-private partnership with Henry Turley Co.


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Le Bonheur remedies issues at home, in addition to disease

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Started in January 2018 through a $350,000 grant from the state, the Family Resilience Initiative trains Le Bonheur pediatricians to identify issues that are getting in the way of children’s health and well-being. “There’s been increasing research and recognition over the past few years that adverse childhood experiences, that kids may be exposed to in… Read More


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Want up to 10% weight loss? UT researcher finds logging what you eat frequently is key

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Logging what you eat and frequency may be the keys to helping you lose up to 10% of your weight according to researchers from the University of Tennessee and other schools.


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UTHSC program incentivizes destruction of ‘research silos’

The Memphis Business Journal

Scientific research often struggles to break through compartmentalization among individual labs and departments. A seed funding program focused on collaboration at the University of Tennessee Health Science Center (UTHSC) aims to change the limiting nature of “research silos.”


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Done Deal: Cancer center buys east campus from Methodist for $51M

The Memphis Business Journal

The partnership dissolution between Methodist Le Bonheur Healthcare and West Cancer Center that began last fall now includes the transfer via sale of West’s east campus. In September 2018, West announced it would be joining three other independent community oncology practices to found OneOncology. Separately, Methodist has plans to create a new Methodist Cancer Institute… Read More


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How big is UT’s economic impact?

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 Nine billion dollars. That’s the economic impact of the University of Tennessee (UT). UT’s economic impact study included its campuses located in Knoxville, Chattanooga and Martin, as well as the Health Science Center in Memphis, the Space Institute in Tullahoma and the statewide Institute of Agriculture and Institute for Public Service. The economic impact was calculated in… Read More


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Building Memphis finalists and winner: Best New Construction-Large category

The Memphis Business Journal

Building Memphis Awards: Best New Construction Finalists Large, projects over $20M.


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Strangers Help Send Okla. Boy On Magical Trip To Harry Potter World

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A sick Oklahoma boy got the trip of a lifetime after strangers in Tennessee heard his story. It didn’t take long for Teague’s story and love for the Wizarding World of Harry Potter to end up reaching the staff at the University of Tennessee Health Science Center College of Dentistry’s Department of Pediatric Dentistry and… Read More