View this email in your browser In Tennessee we find ourselves faced with seemingly intractable problems. Issues that are characterized by complexity, varied perspectives and obscured paths forward. We have come to label these problems as Grand Challenges. These Grand Challenges will require collaboration to conquer. With five campuses and two statewide institutes, the University of Tennessee… Read More
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Are you a healthy adult male or female, African American or Caucasian, between the age of 18-65 who has normal blood sugars and no personal or family history of diabetes?
Designed as both a superior standalone atlas and a pictorial companion to Andrews’ Disease of the Skin, the Clinical Atlas clearly depicts a wide spectrum of skin diseases in all skin types across adults, children, and newborns.
OIT at UTK is upgrading its single sign-on applications (CAS and Shibboleth) on June 29, 2022, so your Duo authentication for Zoom, IRIS, and other UTK web-based systems may look different but still function the same way.
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First patient oriented conference in Memphis for children and adults suffering for rare blood disease. Experts from various institutions in Memphis working closely to improve lives of patient and families living with MDS and AA/PNH bring this conference to you. Educational for trainees. Please register:https://www.aamds.org/education/conferences/patients
This week at 7:30 p.m. CST on 6/28, 6/30, Omni CMS will undergo planned maintenance. This maintenance will not effect the live site. In other words none of the sites will be down as they do this maintenance, just the CMS that we work with to make page changes.
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