The Tennessee House of Representatives recently applauded the work of the UT Center for Health Services Research.
The UT National Alumni Association has named three UTHSC faculty as its 2005 Outstanding Teacher and Public Service Award recipients.
The UTHSC College of Medicine is launching a new curriculum offering entitled, “Patient Safety and Quality Improvement” clerkship and making it a requirement for the class of 2006.
For the fifth consecutive year, the UTHSC chapter of the Academy of Student Pharmacists was named “Chapter of the Year” at the recent American Pharmacists Association meeting in Orlando.
Raoul A Arreola, PhD, UTHSC professor, was presented with the Relating Research to Practice Award — Interpretive Scholarship by the American Educational Research Association.
Harry W. Jarrett, PhD, UTHSC molecular sciences professor, was awarded two grants to study muscular dystrophy and the regulation of genes.
UTHSC will recognize two exceptional alumna at it upcoming Alumni Awards and Reunion Luncheon on Friday, April 22 at the Holiday-Inn Select Memphis East.
The UTHSC A.C. Mullins Professor in Research, Malak Kotb, PhD, has been selected to serve as chair of the Immunity and Host Defense Study Section of the National Institutes of Health for 2005-2006.