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326 School of Medicine Class of 2017 (2013)Students, Medical; Schools, Medical; Universities; UtahGroup Portrait of the University of Utah School of Medicine Class of 2017 at their White Coat Ceremony August, 2013.
327 School of Medicine Classroom Lecture (2015)Schools, Medical; Students, Medical; Universities; UtahLecture room in the Eccles Health Sciences Education Building
328 The Scope RadioRadio; Webcasts as Topic; Medicine; ResearchEstablished in 2013, The Scope podcast covers the latest research and trends in medicine.
329 Midvale Community ClinicStudent Run Clinic; Community Health Service; Medically Underserved Area; Primary Health Care; Patient-Centered Care; Health Services AccessibilityThe student run Midvale Community-Based Clinic provides needed medical services to underserved communities.
330 Next-Gen GeneticsDatabases, Genetic; Genome, Human; Genetic Predisposition to Disease; Human Genome Project ; Precision Medicine; Utah Genome Project; Utah Population DatabaseWith the power of the Utah Population Database, more than 35 years of genetic discoveries coupled with some of the world's leading software for genomic analysis, the Utah Genome Project was born in 2012. Genome sequencing has enabled finding the rarest of the rare of Mendelian disorders in addition ...
331 Boy with Bike GhanaGhana; Mentoring; Health Literacy; Healthcare Disparities; Community Networks; Primary Prevention; Epidemiological MonitoringIn 2015, a team led by Stephen Alder, PhD, chief of the Division of Public Health and vice chair of Family and Preventive Medicine, launched Health 2 Go. The program was designed to train and deploy a citizen corps of Ghanaian community health coaches to triage illness, improve health literacy and c...
332 Byington, Carrie, L.  M.D. (2015)Academic Medical Centers; Faculty, Medical; Professional Role; Education, Medical; Schools, Medical; Physicians; Pediatrics; Research; Universities; Utah; Department ChairsDr Byington received her undergraduate degree from Texas A&M University in 1985. Dr Byington graduated Baylor College of Medicine in 1989. Dr Byington held the HA and Edna Benning Presidential Chair as Professor of Pediatrics. Dr Byington served as the Vice Dean for Academic Affairs and Faculty Deve...
333 Carrie L. Byington, M.D. with PatientAcademic Medical Centers; Faculty, Medical; Professional Role; Education, Medical; Schools, Medical; Physicians; Pediatrics; Research; Universities; Utah; Department ChairsDr Byington received her undergraduate degree from Texas A&M University in 1985. Dr Byington graduated Baylor College of Medicine in 1989. Dr Byington held the HA and Edna Benning Presidential Chair as Professor of Pediatrics. Dr Byington served as the Vice Dean for Academic Affairs and Faculty Deve...
334 Baby in GhanaGhana; Mentoring; Health Literacy; Healthcare Disparities; Community Networks; Primary Prevention; Epidemiological MonitoringIn 2015, a team led by Stephen Alder, PhD, chief of the Division of Public Health and vice chair of Family and Preventive Medicine, launched Health 2 Go. The program was designed to train and deploy a citizen corps of Ghanaian community health coaches to triage illness, improve health literacy and c...
335 Center for Medical InnovationDiffusion of Innovation; Inventions; Equipment Design; Entrepreneurship; Bench-to-BedsideTurning students into entrepreneurs was the idea behind the creation for the Center for Medical Innovation. Receiving guidance from multidisciplinary faculty and industry leaders, students learned to shape their ideas into commercially viable products. In 2011, the first Bench-to-Beside competition ...
336 Clark, Edward B., M.D. (2015)Academic Medical Centers; Faculty, Medical; Professional Role; Education, Medical; Schools, Medical; Physicians; Pediatrics; Cardiology; Research; Universities; Utah; Department Chairs; Academic Vice PresidentsDr Clark Was born and raised in New York City. Dr Clark received his undergraduate degree in biology from Union College and his medical degree from Albany Medical College. Dr Clark trained in Internal Medicine at Dartmouth Medical School, and in Pediatrics and Pediatric Cardiology at Johns Hopkins. ...
337 Clathrin-Mediated Endocytosis AnimationClathrin; Clathrin-Coated Vesicles; Adaptor Proteins, Vesicular Transport; EndocytosisClathrin-mediated endocytosis animation
338 Bench-to-Bedside Students (2014)Research; Inventions; Economic Competition; Precision Medicine;  Translational Medical ResearchThe Bench-to-Bedside program has trained over 500 students, created 155 new medical technologies, filed 86 patents, and formed 27 companies.
339 Dere, Willard H., M.D. (2015)Academic Medical Centers; Faculty, Medical; Professional Role; Education, Medical; Schools, Medical; Physicians; Internal Medicine; Translational Medical Research; Precision Medicine; Universities; Utah; Department ChairsDr Dere received both his undergraduate degree in zoology in 1975 and his M.D. in 1980 from the University of California, Davis. Dr Dere trained in internal medicine at the University of Utah and at the University of California San Francisco. Dr Dere during that time  taught at the the School of Me...
340 Langell, John T., M.D., Ph.D., M.P.H. (2015)Dr Langell received both his PhD (1997) and medical degree (1999) from Drexel University. Dr Langell received his MPH from the University of Texas Medical Branch  in 2006. Dr Langell did his surgical training at Stanford University Medical Center from 1999-2002 and completed advanced training in Sp...
341 Last Inhaler You'll Ever NeedNebulizers and Vaporizers; Asthma; Inventions; Awards and Prizes; Bench-to-BedsideIn a quest to breath a little easier, student developers created a product - Last Inhaler You'll Ever Need (LIYEN) - that disrupted the old school rescue inhaler market.  LIYEN's unique delivery system mechanism is able to administer 70 to 90% albuterol into the lungs of asthma suffers compared to ...
342 Li, Dean Y., M.D., Ph.D. (2015)Academic Medical Centers; Faculty, Medical; Professional Role; Education, Medical; Schools, Medical; Physicians; Cardiology; Critical Care; Internal Medicine; Molecular Medicine; Translational Medical Research; Universities; Utah; Academic Deans; Academic Vice PresidentsDr Li earned his undergraduate degree in Chemistry from the University of Chicago and his MD and PhD degrees from Washington University, St Louis. Dr Li joined the School of Medicine in 1995. From 2011-2015, Dr. Li was Associate Vice President for Research and Chief Scientific Officer for University...
343 Round, June L.,Ph.D. (2015)SymbiosisDr Round is assistant professor of pathology  and in 2013 was awarded the Packard Fellowship for Science and Engineering. Using the Packard award, Dr Round has research ways to eliminate harmful bacteria fro the gut while maintaining commensal flora.
344 Stephen Alder, PhD Addressing Audience in Ghana at the College of Public HealthGhana; Mentoring; Health Literacy; Healthcare Disparities; Community Networks; Primary Prevention; Epidemiological MonitoringIn 2015, a team led by Stephen Alder, PhD, chief of the Division of Public Health and vice chair of Family and Preventive Medicine, launched Health 2 Go. The program was designed to train and deploy a citizen corps of Ghanaian community health coaches to triage illness, improve health literacy and c...
345 Student Innovation: iTestTechnologyMobile Applications; Inventions; iTestBrother Andrew and Christopher Pagels developed iTest, a technology allowing end-users a means to inexpensively diagnose common illnesses by means of a smart phone app.
346 TelemedicineTelemedicine; Remote Consultation; Hospitals, University; Universities; UtahDiagnosis and treatment is greatly facilitated via electronic consultation.
347 Neuroscience InitiativeNeurosciences; Therapies, Investigational; Intersectoral CollaborationThe neurosciences initiative is a cross-disciplinary program whose purpose is to deepen understanding of the brain in order to develop innovative therapies.
348 University of Utah Asia Campus (South Korea)Education; Universities; Utah; Republic of Korea; Satellite CampusesThe University of Utah Asia Campus, located in Incheon, South Korea, was established in September, 2014. UAC has more than 200 students currently enrolled in three undergraduate programs, communication, psychology and social work and one graduate program in public health. Four additional degrees are...
349 University of Utah Asia Campus (South Korea)Education; Universities; Utah; Republic of Korea; Satellite CampusesThe University of Utah Asia Campus, located in Incheon, South Korea, was established in September, 2014. UAC has more than 200 students currently enrolled in three undergraduate programs, communication, psychology and social work and one graduate program in public health. Four additional degrees are...
350 UStar BuildingTechnology Transfer; Technology Assessment, Biomedical; Biomedical Research; Economic DevelopmentUtah Science Technology and Research (USTAR) Building. In 2006, the Utah Legislature passed SB 75 with overwhelming support. SB 75 allocated $179 million to the USTAR Economic Development Initiative, $15 million in ongoing annual funding to support research teams at the University of Utah and Utah S...
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