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Budget, Programs, Organizational Structure Discussed by UT Trustees

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Budget, Programs, Organizational Structure Among Issues Discussed by UT Trustees


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UTHSC Welcomes Two Nationally Known Maternal Fetal Health Experts

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Joaquin Santolaya, MD, and Kolawole Olayinka Oyelese, MD, join the College of Medicine at the University of Tennessee Health Science Center. They are both nationally known maternal fetal health experts.


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Registration Begins for Day Camp Targeting ADHD Children

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Organized by UTHSC, “All Days are Happy Days” camp provide Memphis area children diagnosed with ADHD a unique opportunity to participate in fun, focused activities to help them develop appropriate social skills.


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Robert W. Williams, PhD, Appointed to Governor’s Chair

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Steve J. Schwab MD, executive dean of the College of Medicine at the UTHSC, and David Millhorn, PhD, executive vice president for the UT system, announce the appointment of Robert W. Williams, PhD, to the Governor’s Chair in Computational Genomics.


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Dagogo-Jack Named A. C. Mullins Chair in Translational Research

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Guy L. Reed, MD, Diggs Professor and chairman of the Department of Medicine for UTHSC, has appointed Samuel Dagogo-Jack, MD, to the A. C. Mullins Chair in Translational Research, an endowed professorship.


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College of Nursing Recognizes Excellence with 2009 Alumni Awards

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This year UTHSC College of Nursing honors, Suzanne Meeks, MSN, MA, BSN, with the Most Supportive Alumna Award, and Mona Newsome Wicks, PhD, MSN, BSN, RN, with the Outstanding Alumna Award.


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Dr. Kitabchi Named Maston K. Callison Professor of Medicine

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Guy L. Reed, MD, Diggs Professor and chairman of the Department of Medicine for UTHSC, announced that Abbas E. Kitabchi, MD, PhD, has been appointed the Maston K. Callison Professor of Medicine in Endocrinology.


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Research Patents Demonstrate Advances in Nuclear Medicine

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Two researchers at the UT Graduate School of Medicine, Knoxville, received patents from the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) for medical research that will improve the study of and search for cure for Huntington’s.