Researchers at the UTHSC Department of Preventive Medicine are looking for pregnant women to participate in a research study of development and learning in babies from birth to three years of age.
Professionals at the UT Boling Center for Developmental Disabilitie have organized a unique camp from June 1 to 4 for Memphis area children diagnosed with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD).
The University of Tennessee today officially launched its $1 billion fundraising campaign to enhance programs of excellence at all of the university’s campuses and institutes.
UTHSC and Baxter International Inc. announce data from a laboratory study shows naturally occurring antibodies contained in GAMMAGARD LIQUID may bind to the primary culprit for Alzheimer’s disease.
The UT Graduate School of Medicine Department of Radiology Residency Program recently earned approval as a beta test site for the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education (ACGME) Learning Portfolio.
A product based on research conducted at UTHSC has been selected by the 2008 Better World Project as one of the top 100 examples from across the globe of how innovation from academic research makes its way to the market.
Marion Dugdale, MD, professor of Hematology, and Gabor Tigyi, MD, PhD, professor of Physiology, will be featured at the 7th Annual Dean’s Symposium, which will be held from 3 to 5:30 p.m. on Friday, April 4 at the Central Library.
Steve J. Schwab, MD, executive dean of the College of Medicine, has appointed Polly Hofmann, PhD, as associate dean for faculty affairs and J. Timothy Mashburn, MBA, as associate dean for finance and administration for the COM.