Tag: Peter Buckley

Second UTHSC Family Campaign Surpasses Donor Goal


During the second UTHSC Family Campaign, Security Officer Veronica Jones had a goal to share her love for the university and for giving back. Jones served as a campaign captain for the Campus Police Department, tasked with inspiring her colleagues in the department and across the university to make a gift of any size and… Read More

Chancellor Buckley Receives AACDP Leadership Award


The American Association of Chairs of Departments of Psychiatry (AACDP) has selected Peter Buckley, MD, chancellor of the University of Tennessee Health Science Center, as the recipient of its 2023 Leadership Award. The award honors one person each year for outstanding leadership, mentorship, and guidance to the field of psychiatry. As the award recipient, Dr.… Read More

UTHSC Family Campaign A Success


The inaugural UTHSC Family Campaign surpassed its goal for donors by 124%. The monthlong campaign had 620 donors, well above its original goal of 500. The philanthropic campaign, which kicked off February 1 and ran through the month, encouraged members of the UTHSC family – faculty and staff –­ to support their workplace with a… Read More

UT System President, UTHSC Chancellor Make “Everywhere You Look, UTHSC” Statewide Tour


UT System President Randy Boyd and UTHSC Chancellor Peter Buckley, MD, will travel the state October 31-November 2 on the first “Everywhere You Look, UTHSC” tour. The tour is designed to educate and inform communities across Tennessee about the statewide reach and impact of the University of Tennessee Health Science Center. The tour starts in Memphis,… Read More

Research by UTHSC Chancellor Buckley Contributes to Landmark Genetic Studies of Schizophrenia Published in Nature

UTHSC Chancellor Peter Buckley, MD

Research done by Peter F. Buckley, MD, chancellor of the University of Tennessee Health Science Center, has contributed to two watershed data analyses that begin to clarify the genetic architecture of schizophrenia. Published as two companion papers in the prestigious journal Nature, the papers describe a large, multisite collaboration with researchers from almost 48 institutions… Read More