Mapping human behavior to certain areas of the brain by using functional MRI will be the focus for the annual Verstandig Lecture scheduled for Thursday, Nov. 4 at 4 p.m. in the Coleman Building’s North Auditorium at UTHSC.
Ann Cashion, PhD, associate profesor at UTHSC, was recently honored as one of 10 outstanding nurse scientists by the National Institute of Nursing Research at the 2004 NightinGala in Washington, DC.
The University of Tennessee Health Science Center has established The Outreach Center, aimed at maximizing the use of innovative technologies to meet the healthcare needs of Mid-southerners.
The UTHSC College of Nursing announces a change in degree designation for the Doctor of Nursing Science degree to become the Doctor of Nursing Practice.
The UTHSC College of Nursing and Methodist Heatlhcare announce a new partnership with LeMoyne-Owen College that will provide support to students who choose nursing as a career.
On Wednesday, October 13, UTHSC faculty members will have the opportunity to gain insight on communicating with the media, policy makers and healthcare providers as part of the annual Health Services Research Day.
The 2004 Bioimaging Symposium, scheduled for Friday, November 5, will feature a full day of internationally-recognized experts reviewing the six major fields of bioimaging.
The Tenth Annual Parkinson’s Disease Symposium will be held on Saturday, October 16 in Hardin Hall at the Memphis Botanic Garden located at 750 Cherry Road.