Tag: Dr. Samuel Dagogo-Jack

UTHSC’s Dagogo-Jack Writes First Comprehensive Textbook on Prediabetes

Dr. Samuel Dagogo-Jack

Samuel Dagogo-Jack, MD, DSc, chief of the Division of Endocrinology, Metabolism, and Diabetes at the University of Tennessee Health Science Center, literally wrote the book on prediabetes. After more than 25 years of research into prediabetes and its progressive disease state, diabetes, Dr. Dagogo-Jack has written the first comprehensive textbook on prediabetes. Titled “Prediabetes: A… Read More

UTHSC Researchers Sweep UT President’s Awards Five Years in a Row

Colleen Jonsson, PhD

The University of Tennessee Health Science Center recently announced its third record-breaking year for research grant awards. This effort to increase research awards by 43% over five years to $122.3 million has had multiple drivers. The reorganization of the Office of Research led by Steve Goodman, PhD, vice chancellor for Research, has made the environment… Read More

UTHSC Team Receives $2 Million For Diabetes Pathophysiology Study


The National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases recently awarded a team of UTHSC researchers $1.99 million for their work to advance understanding of the pathophysiology of prediabetes, diabetes, and related complications. Sam Dagogo-Jack, MD, professor of Medicine and director of the General Clinical Research Center, is a principal investigator, along with Nawajes… Read More

Two from UTHSC Receive 2018 University of Tennessee President’s Awards


Two outstanding faculty members from the University of Tennessee Health Science Center were among the winners of the 2018 University of Tennessee President’s Awards. The awards are the UT System’s highest honor for faculty and staff. UTHSC’s Samuel Dagogo-Jack, MD, and Trevor Sweatman, PhD, were two of the four honored today with the awards. The… Read More