The UTHSC Plough Center for Sterile Drug Delivery Solutions is among the finalists for Building Memphis 2018 which recognizes and honors exceptional construction and renovation projects in the Mid-South.
UTHSC In the Media
During his dean’s report, Dr. Bruce Shack, dean of the University of Tennessee College of Medicine in Chattanooga, addressed a resolution passed in the previous monthly board meeting that directed Erlanger to review and enforce the terms of the hospital’s affiliation agreement with the University of Tennessee and its Health Sciences Center. “As all the… Read More
Opiate drugs, which come from the opium poppy flower, and synthetic, or man-made, opioids also can trigger that brain process in the mesolimbic system. The drugs attach to certain specialized proteins on the same receptor brain cells where the pleasure-causing chemicals the body naturally makes normally attach. So can other drugs, including alcohol — but… Read More
A research team from the University of Tennessee Health Science Center and Le Bonheur Children’s Hospital has published a study that found black children are more than twice as likely to die after surgery than white children. The team zeroed in on those findings after developing race-specific models to predict surgical outcomes. Their study is… Read More
Every year, the Flyer devotes an issue to honoring the best and brightest Memphians under 30. This year, our readers nominated more than 50 exceptional young people from all walks of life. Whittling the list down to 20 was a difficult — and inspiring — job. There is so much talent here. As always, 20<30… Read More
A research team from the University of Tennessee Health Science Center and Le Bonheur Children’s Hospital has published a study that found black children are more than twice as likely to die after surgery than white children.
The University of Tennessee Health Science Center (UTHSC) has selected a local ophthalmology professor as the first user of its new Innovation Lab.
“I hear it all the time. People say, ‘The Health Science Center is one of Memphis’ best-kept secrets,” complains Dr. Kennard D. Brown, JD, MPA, PhD, FACHE, Executive Vice Chancellor and Chief Operations Officer at the University of Tennessee Health Science Center. “Well, we don’t want to be the best-kept secret – we want to… Read More