[Karen] Johnson, a professor at the University of Tennessee Health Science Center, worked as the principal invesstigator in Memphis for a national study that examined the long-term effects of intensive weight loss intervention on diabetic participants.
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The photo above appears in The Legacy the Future: A Centennial Portrait of the University of Tennessee Health Science Center with a caption that reads “For recreation, UT student nurses formed an orchestra at Baptist Hospital, where they were housed. Because their exhausting duties included washing, folding and replacing hospital linens in addition to their studies, playing… Read More
Stacey Patterson, Assistant vice president for research, director of research partnerships, University of Tennessee; co-founder and chief technical officer, 490 BioTech
Ashley Saucier, MD, from the University of Tennessee Health Science Center in Memphis, and colleagues conducted a prospective observational cohort study involving 196 patients to assess the diagnostic accuracy of a clinical pathway for suspected appendicitis.
Dr. Ramasubbareddy Dhanireddy said the program, which has five different centers statewide, is effective for West Tennesse and run from the Regional Medical Center.
A $1.58 million federal grant to a University of Tennessee Health Science Center team will fund research on scanning patients for amyloid, a combination of protein fibers and sugar molecules found in patients with Alzheimer’s, Type 2 diabetes and some other diseases.
The residency program is part of an expansion of an agreement between Saint Thomas Health and the University of Tennessee Health Science Center announced in April 2012 to train the state’s future physicians.
Professor Jonathan Wall of the University of Tennessee Health Science Center has received a $1.58 million grant for amyloid disease research.