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.
Dan Goldowitz, PhD, director, UT Center of Excellence in Genomics and Bioformatics, is participating in a panel discussion on University-National Lab-Industry Partnership Opportunities at a southeastern biotech conference.
The Bluff City Medical Society, in partnership with the UT Center on Health Disparities, is featuring Levi Watkins, Jr., MD, as its guest lecturer for the Annual Bluff City Memorial Lecture.
UTHSC Assistant Professor Chunxiang Zhang, MD, PhD, has been awarded two grants to pursue vascular research that will aid in the understanding and treatment of diabetes, as well as cardiovascular disease.
Six students from UTHSC have been selected to enter a national competition focusing on improving healthcare quality.
The UT Cancer Institute announces its newest, state-of-the-art, cancer treatment facility at 2996 Kate Bond Road, Bartlett, with an open house from 4:30 to 7:30 p.m. on Wednesday, April 6.
Edwards A. Park, PhD, UTHSC professor, has been awarded a three-year American Diabetes Association grant totaling nearly $300,000 to study hyperglycemia, which is repsonsible for many complications associated with type II diabetes.
The UT Health Science Center has established the Mid-South Center for Biodefense and Security to coordinate federal, regional and state resources as well as increase support for activities directly impacting homeland security.