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Announcements

Department of Physiology Zoom Seminar Tomorrow (Thursday, July 2) at 1PM

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The Department of Physiology welcomes Dr. Kumar Vaibhav, Research Scientist in the Department of Neurosurgery at the Medical College of Georgia at Augusta University. Dr. Vaibhav will be presenting a Zoom seminar entitled “Brain injury, inflammation, and endocannabinoid system: What do we know and where to go from here?” tomorrow, July 2, at 1:00pm CST.


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Cybersecurity – TikTok reportedly logging keystrokes of users

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Several news articles were published yesterday regarding TikTok spying on millions of users by copying text from a user’s clipboard every few seconds, effectively logging their keystrokes without their knowledge. This was found by a new security feature in Apple’s iOS 14. The Office of Cybersecurity’s stance is from a point of awareness. Individuals must assess the risk of using this or any app.


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Telecommuting

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Please be aware that the COVID-19 case count continues to rise at record-breaking levels each day across Tennessee, and especially in Shelby County. UTHSC has felt the rise in cases, with several new cases affecting our campus in the last two weeks.


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COVID-19 Testing Available on Memphis Campus

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A COVID-19 testing site has been set up on the Memphis campus in the Student-Alumni Center (SAC) gymnasium at 800 Madison Ave.


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Fitness Center Closing for Two Weeks

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With the rise of COVID-19 cases across Tennessee, in Shelby County, and on campus, the UTHSC Fitness Center and the Student-Alumni Center will be closed through the next two weeks.


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NVivo – Tell Us Your Needs!

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Take our brief survey to tell us about your NVivo needs.


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Health Sciences Library Reservations Now Open

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You can now register to reserve your spot at the library during our limited opening.


Announcements

Telecommuting

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Please be aware that the COVID-19 case count continues to rise at record-breaking levels each day across Tennessee, and especially in Shelby County. UTHSC has felt the rise in cases, with several new cases affecting our campus in the last two weeks.