The College of Nursing at UTHSC is one of 11 nursing schools statewide selected by the Center for Health Workforce Development in Tennessee to share “Promise of Nursing” grants totaling $244,000.
Three UTHSC faculty members were honored Thursday, September 9 as award recipients for the Health Care Heroes Awards competition, sponsored by the Memphis Business Journal. Seven others affiliated with UT were finalists.
Researchers at the UT Health Science Center Department of Preventive Medicine are looking for postmenopausal women at increased risk for the development of breast cancer to participate in a research study.
Greystone Medical Group and UTHSC have been awarded $1 million from the U.S. Department of Defense to research and develop hemostatic agents for treating battlefield injuries.
The newly established Neuropathy Research Foundation and UTHSC announced a long-term commitment to fund research and establish a lab devoted to studying peripheral neuropathy.
UT professor, James B. Dale, MD, is involved in a clinical research study that is making headway in developing a vaccine against a common strep germ. Results of the study co-authored by Dr. Dale are reported in the August 11 issue of JAMA.
UTHSC associate professor, John E. Delzell, Jr., MD,has been awarded a $269,433 grant from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Health Resources and Services Administration.
UTHSC is pleased to announce that Mohammad Jahanzeb, MD, has been named interim director of the UT Cancer Institute, and Lawrence Pfeffer, PhD, has been named interim deputy director.