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201 UNIVERSITY HOSPITALS & CLINICS MAKES LIST OF 'AMERICA' S BEST HOSPITALS' FOR 10th YEARSALT LAKE CITY-For the 10th straight year, University of Utah Hospitals & Clinics' range and quality of care has landed it on the U.S.News & World Report list of America's Best Hospitals.
202 Arizona Businessman Ira A. Fulton Donates $10 Million to Huntsman Cancer FoundationDonation to Benefit New Cancer Hospital Opening July 1 SALT LAKE CITY- Ira A. Fulton, a prominent Arizona businessman, has pledged $10 million to the Huntsman Cancer Foundation (HCF), David Huntsman, HCF president, announced today. HCF is a free-standing charitable organization that provides financi...
203 RICHARD LEMONS APPOINTED CHIEF OF PEDIATRIC HEMATOLOGY/ONCOLOGYRichard S. Lemons, M.D., Ph.D, associate professor of pediatrics and adjunct associate professor of human genetics at the University of Utah School of Medicine, has been named division chief of pediatric hematology/oncology. Richard T. O'Brien, M.D., has stepped down from that position but will rema...
204 U HEALTH SCIENCES HEAD ELECTED TO AMERICAN CLINICAL LABORATORY ASSOCIATION BOARDJohn M. Matsen, M.D., University of Utah vice president for health sciences and professor of pathology and pediatrics at the U medical school, has been elected to the board of directors of the American Clinical Laboratory Association (ACLA).
205 GENITAL WARTS AND HERPES SUFFERERS NEEDED FOR UNIVERSITY MEDICAL CENTER STUDYUniversity of Utah Medical Center is searching for individuals with a history of recurrent genital herpes and warts for a treatment-oriented study in the Infectious Diseases Division.
206 BENJAMIN S. CARSON, RENOWNED NEUROSURGEON, TO SPEAK AT MEDICAL SCHOOL COMMENCEMENT MAY 2 4Benjamin S. Carson Sr., M.D., director of pediatric neurosurgery at The Johns Hopkins Hospital, Baltimore, whose rise from a broken home and extreme poverty to high professional achievement has been told both in an autobiography and in a theater production, will deliver the commencement address at t...
207 OGDEN PHYSICIAN/PHILANTHROPIST AND WIFE ENDOW CHAIR AT U COLLEGE OF NURSINGLouis S. Peery, M.D., prominent Ogden physician, and his wife Janet B. Peery, have established an endowed chair at the University of Utah College of Nursing. Dean Linda K. Amos, Ed.D., said the Peery's endowment will permanently support the recruitment and retention of a leading authority in nursing...
209 COLD HANDS, WARM HEARTIt is often said that cold hands indicate a warm heart, but is there any truth behind the saying? Researchers from Salt Lake City, Utah, in the USA, say that there is, reporting that "the adage ‘cold hands, warm heart' is based on real differences in temperature".
210 U PROFFESOR TO HEAD INTERNATIONAL AEROSPACE MEDICAL ASSOCIATIONRoyce Moser,.Jr., M.D., was elected first vice president of the Aerospace Medical Association at its recent meeting in Las Vegas, Nevada. Dr. Moser will serve as president in 1989, after serving one year as president-elect.
211 U RADIOLOGIST APPOINTED TO NATIONAL COUNCILAnne G. Osborn, M.D., professor of radiology at the University of Utah School of Medicine, has been appointed to the National Advisory Neurological Disorders and Stroke Council.
212 Muscling in on a Deadly CancerOct. 14,2004 - In a pair of new studies, University of Utah scientists took early but significant steps to fight a particularly deadly childhood muscle cancer by identifying some of the genetic events that cause the disease and then engineering micc that develop the tumors. The genetic events might ...
214 JOHN MATSEN ANNOUNCES DEPARTURE FROM HEALTH SCIENCES ADMINISTRATIONJohn M. Matsen, M.D., has announced his retirement as University of Utah Senior Vice President for Health Sciences and Dean of the School of Medicine, effective December 1.
215 U MEDICAL SCHOOL RECEIVES CANCER RESEARCH GRANTThe University of Utah School of Medicine has been awarded a $50,000 Institutional Research Grant from the American Cancer Society (ACS), which will provide important seed money to help young University scientists develop cancer research projects.
216 DEBILITATING EYE MUSCLE DISEASE FOCUS OF INTERNATIONAL MEET IN SALT LAKESome 500 patients and physicians from around the world will attend the Fifth International Meeting of the Benign Essential Blepharospasm Research Foundation (BEBRF) to be held Tuesday through Thursday at the Salt Lake Hilton.
217 ITALIAN ELECTROPHYSIOLOGIST NAMED U VISITING PROFESSORBruno Taccardi, professor and director of the Institute of General Physiology at the University of Parma, Italy, has been named visiting professor at the University of Utah's Nora Eccles Harrison Cardiovascular Research and Training Institute.
218 HENSCHEN TAKES HELM OF NATIONAL ORGANIZATIONKeith Henschen, P.E.D., professor of exercise and sport science in the University of Utah College of Health, recently assumed leadership of the American Alliance for Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Dance at the organization's annual meeting in St. Louis, Mo.
219 GROWTH, IMPACT OF UTAH MEDICINE FOCUS OF NEW HISTORY BOOKWith few dollars but many dreams, the University of Utah School of Medicine grew from a two- to four-year school in the 1940s. That story, and the impact of medical advances made in Utah upon the state and nation are chronicled in a new book, Medicine in the Beehive State, 1940-1990.
220 U NURSING LECTURE TO FOCUS ON 'CANCER SURVIVORSHIP'Lillian M. Nail, Ph.D., R.N., associate professor and associate dean for research at the University of Utah College of Nursing, will present the Second Annual Bonnie and Vern Bullough Lecture, "Cancer Survivorship: Challenges and Opportunity," Wednesday, Sept. 29, at 3 p.m. in the college's second-f...
221 HOMER R. WARNER, U MEDICAL COMPUTER EXPERT, RECEIVES HIGHEST MEDICAL INFORMATICS HONORHomer R. Warner, M.D., Ph.D., professor and chair of the Department of Medical Informatics at the University of Utah School of Medicine and chief information officer for the U health sciences center, has received the highest honor bestowed by the American College of Medical Informatics (ACMI).
222 MEDICAL CLASS OF 2002 BEGINS TRAINING WITH WHITE COAT CEREMONYOne hundred and one members of the University of Utah School of Medicine entering freshman class will celebrate the beginning of their education as physicians in a White Coat Ceremony on Friday, August 28 on campus.
223 WORLD ORGANIZATION OF FAMILY DOCTORS INVITES U PROFESSOR TO ADDRESS HONG KONG MEETINGF. Marian Bishop, Ph.D., M.S.P.H., professor of family and preventive medicine at the University of Utah School of Medicine, is one of three faculty members from U.S. medical schools invited to speak at the 14th conference of the World Organization of Family Doctors (WONCA) in Hong Kong June 10-15.
224 BISHOP TO DIRECT U PUBLIC HEALTH PROGRAMSF. Marian Bishop, Ph.D., M.S.P.H., professor of family and preventive medicine, has been named director of graduate programs in public health in the Department of Family and Preventive Medicine at the University of Utah School of Medicine. She replaces Charles C. Hughes, Ph.D., professor of family a...
225 U OF U COLLEGE OF NURSING SETS CAREER DAY OPEN HOUSEInformation and options about careers in nursing will be in plentiful supply Friday, Oct. 5, during the annual open house and career day sponsored by the University of Utah College of Nursing.
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