Effective June 30, Frank A. DiBianca, PhD, will step down from his position as dean of the College of Health Science Engineering at UTHSC to focus on his research and teaching.
University of Tennessee Health Science Center (UTHSC) researchers have found a new way to treat insulin resistance, one of the major impediments to recovery for burn victims.
A national survey of physicians and medical leadership of leading hospitals has recognized 18 physicians from UTMG as Top Doctors in their fields. Forty percent of the doctors on the 2006 list for the Memphis area are from UTMG.
University of Tennessee President John Petersen has announced that following a frank discussion about accountability and public service, UT Health Science Center Chancellor Bill Owen will be taking steps to restore public trust.
Devon L. Gosnell, an associate general counsel for the University of Tennessee, will be assigned to the University of Tennessee Health Science Center (UTHSC) in July and relocate to the UTHSC main campus in Memphis.
The Tennessee General Assembly has approved the state budget for the coming fiscal year, and President John Petersen shares how this directly affects University of Tennessee faculty and staff pay.
On Friday, May 26, 478 students will graduate from the UT Health Science Center. Graduates will represent six colleges: Allied Health Sciences, Dentistry, Graduate Health Sciences, Medicine, Nursing and Pharmacy.
A nationwide search culminated in the appointment of Steve J. Schwab, MD, as the first executive dean of the UTHSC College of Medicine campuses. Reporting directly to the chancellor, Dr. Schwab will assume his role in late July.