26 - 50 of 3,256
Number of results to display per page
TitleDescriptionDate
26 WILLIAM ODELL, U INTERNAL MEDICINE CHAIR, RECEIVES TOP AWARD FROM CLINICAL INVESTIGATORSA prestigious clinical research award has been presented to William D. Odell, M.D., Ph.D., professor and chair of the Department of Internal Medicine at the University of Utah School of Medicine.
27 U PEDIATRICS CHAIR, PCMC MEDICAL DIRECTOR NAMEDA pediatric cardiologist and associate chair of the pediatrics department at the University of Rochester School of Medicine and Dentistry has been appointed chair of the Department of Pediatrics at the University of Utah School of Medicine and medical director of Primary Children's Medical Center (P...
28 TO: Assignment Editors From: Cindy FazziWhat: Girl Scouts Work on New Merit Badge at U of U College of Nursing Workshop
29 U RESEARCHERS RECEIVE $12 MILLION GRANT FOR NATIVE AMERICAN HEALTH STUDYA $12 million grant for research to get a better understanding of the disparity in disease rates and risk factors that exists between Native Americans and the U.S. white population, has been awarded to two University of Utah School of Medicine faculty members.
30 U OF U COORDINATES 3-STATE PROGRAM TO HELP PHARMACISTS SERVE ELDERLYImproving service to the elderly-that segment of the population which uses most prescription drugs and is at greatest risk for adverse drug reaction-will be the focus of a two-part program for practicing pharmacists which will begin in April in Utah, Montana and Wyoming.
31 U MOOD DISORDERS CLINIC SCHEDULES STUDY ON BULIMIA NERVOSA TREATMENTThe University of Utah Mood Disorders Clinic is seeking participants for a study to determine the safety and efficacy of an oral agent in treating patients with bulimia nervosa.
32 GERONTOLOGY CENTER DIRECTOR TO LEAD UTAH ALZHEIMER'S ASSOCIATIONDale A. Lund, Ph.D., director of the University of Utah Gerontology Center at the College of Nursing, has been elected to a two-year term as president of the Utah Alzheimer's Association. Lund is well known for his research and publications on coping with difficult transitions in later life.
33 U PHYSICIAN ASSISTANT STUDENT RETURNS FROM TROPICAL MEDICINE ROTATIONFor most University of Utah students, the last few weeks before graduation consist of exams, job interviews and measuring for a cap and gown. Not for Terry Scofield. Scofield, who recently graduated from the University of Utah's Physician Assistant Program (UPAP), spent her last five weeks of school...
34 STUDY ON IMPACT OF OLDER DRIVERS PUBLISHED BY U'S INJURY CONTROL RESEARCH CENTERA University of Utah study has found that older drivers were more likely to receive citations, twice as likely to be involved in left-hand turn crashes and seven times more likely to be killed or hospitalized when wearing seatbelts.
35 UNIVERSITY OF UTAH HOSPITAL TO DEDICATE AMERICAN INDIAN HEALING ALTAR TODAY AT 3 P.M.An American Indian healing altar, located in University of Utah Hospital's chapel, will be dedicated today (Monday, August 21) at 3 p.m. The dedication ceremony will be performed by hospital social worker Anthony Smith, who is a member of the Navajo/Apache tribe.
36 U COLLEGE OF NURSING PROGRAM AIMS TO HELP EASE SHORTAGE OF GERIATRIC NURSES AS UTAH POPULATION AGESUtah's shortage of geriatric nurses is the worst in the country, but a new program at the University of Utah College of Nursing aims to remedy that.
37 U'S FIRST IVF TWINS LEAVING UNIVERSITY HOSPITALThe first twins conceived through in vitro fertilization at the University of Utah Health Sciences Center are expected to be home together with their parents in Castle Dale, Utah by Sunday.
38 UNIVERSITY HOSPITAL UTAH OPEN QUALIFYING ROUND SET THURSDAY AT PARK MEADOWSNearly 100 professional and amateur golfers will tee it up Thursday at Park City's Park Meadows Golf Course to win one of 40 open spots in the 198 6 $100,000 University Hospital Utah Open Golf Tournament.
39 U PSORIASIS EXPERT TO RECEIVE NATIONAL 'LIFETIME ACHIEVEMENT AWARD'Gerald G. Krueger, M.D., professor of internal medicine in the Division of Dermatology at the University of Utah School of Medicine, will receive a "Lifetime Achievement Award" from the National Psoriasis Foundation (NPF) Dec. 4, during the annual meeting of the American Academy of Dermatology in Wa...
40 U SCHOOL OF MEDICINE'S JAY A. JACOBSON, M.D., TO RECEIVE AMA'S HIGHEST AWARD FOR CONTRIBUTIONS TO MEDICAL ETHICSSALT LAKE CITY -- University of Utah professor of internal medicine Jay A. Jacobson, M.D., has been selected I to receive the American Medical Association's (AMA) highest honor in medical ethics-the Isaac Hayes, MD, and John Bell, MD, Award for Leadership in Medical Ethics and Professionalism.
41 NEW YEAR'S EVENTS 2005 AT UNIVERSITY OF UTAH HOSPITALDec. 31, 2004 In an attempt to ease the stress o f being in the hospital over the holidays, University Hospital will be throwing a special New Year's Eve party for patients and staff from 10 p.m.-midnight on Friday in the hospital's lobby. Media are welcome to attend the event which will feature liv...
42 Careers in MedicineThis definitely is not your average slow news weekend story tip- it's an event planned to interest larger numbers of junior and senior high school girls in careers in medicine which has had overwhemling response from students in Wasatch Front area schools.
43 MEDIA ALERT:Reporters are welcome Monday while two medical teachers from Ghana tour University Hospital. Dr. Anthony Nsiah-Asare, of the Komfo Anokye Teaching Hospital, and Professor Paul Nyame, of the College of Physicians and Surgery of Ghana, are being brought to Utah by the Harvest Africa Children's Foundat...
44 MOLECULAR BIOLOGIST RECEIVES PRAHL AWARD AS OUTSTANDING PH.D. GRADUATE FROM U MEDICAL SCHOOLMargaret Lee Karow, Ph.D., a molecular biologist in the University of Utah School of Medicine Department of Cellular, Viral and Molecular Biology, has received the James W. Prahl Memorial Award as the outstanding graduating Ph.D. from the U medical school.
45 U RESEARCHER WINS AWARD TO STUDY BRAIN'S INFLUENCE ON THE HEARTA two-year $100,000 grant has been awarded to Robert L. Lux, Ph.D., at the University of Utah School of Medicine, for research into possible links between the brain's electrical signals and abnormal cardiac function in patients at risk of experiencing potentially lethal arrhythmias or sudden cardiac...
46 IVOR J. BENJAMIN, M.D., NAMED U OF U CARDIOLOGY CHIEFSALT LAKE CITY-Ivor J. Benjamin, M.D., has been named professor and chief of the Division of Cardiology at the University of Utah School of Medicine.
47 U PHARMACY STUDENTS COMMENCE FOUR-YEAR TRAINING AT ANNUAL WHITE COAT CEREMONYSalt Lake City- Students entering the Doctor of Pharmacy program at the University of Utah will officially begin their education Friday at the College of Pharmacy's White Coat Ceremony.
48 U NEUROBIOLOGIST TO SERVE ON NIH STUDY SECTIONSheryl A. Scott, Ph.D., associate professor of neurobiology and anatomy at the University of Utah School of Medicine, has been selected to serve a four-year term as a member of the Neurology B-2 Study Section, Division of Research Grants of the National Institutes of Health (NIH).
49 U POISON CONTROL CENTER URGES PARENTS TO TAKE QUIZ THAT TESTS KNOWLEDGE OF SUMMERTIME POISONING RISKSEvery 30 seconds, a child is poisoned in the United States. Poisonings can happen at any time, but risks increase during the summer months. U.S. Poison Control Centers receive 1000 more calls per day during August than in January.
50 EXCHANGE REDUCES MERCURY HAZARD BY 2,116 THERMOMETERSSALT LAKE CITY-Utahns traded in mercury thermometers at a near feverish pace during a statewide drive to reduce the threat of household mercury poisoning, according to the University of Utah Poison Control Center (UPCC).
26 - 50 of 3,256