UTHSC, in partnership with other organizations, is sponsoring a conference aimed at demystifying technologies available for technical, educational and community health support to persons with disabilities.
A team from UTHSC and St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital recently traveled to Guatemala to educate and equip physicians battling one of childhood’s most vicious sight-robbing diseases, retinoblastoma.
UTHSC physicians, in conjunction with individuals at several state healthcare organizations, have produced a comprehensive report addressing the full scope of the diabetes epidemic in Tennessee.
The Student Government Association Executive Council (SGAEC) is hosting a “Town Hall” meeting for students from noon to 1 p.m. on Tuesday, February 3 in the South Lounge of the Student Alumni Center (SAC).
The UTHSC Institutional Biosafety Committee is scheduled to meet at 2 p.m. on Friday, January 30 in room 201 of the Molecular Sciences Building. The public is invited.
The UTHSC A.C. Mullins Professor in Research, Malak Kotb, PhD, has been recognized internationally for one of her research papers on infectious disease.
This week members of the UTHSC community can respond to the emergency blood shortage and help save lives by participating in one of the campus’ two blood drives.
Three UTHSC physicians are conducting a clinical trial study to evaluate the effectiveness and safety of a blood substitute in trauma patients.