The first doctor to admit AIDS patients to Tennessee hospitals will talk about his experiences as a physician, professor, and best-selling author when he delivers the fourth annual Anne Mayhew Distinguished Honors Lecture at UT on September 25. Abraham Verghese has been senior associate chair and professor of medicine at the Stanford University School of
Crew members from UT Facilities Services and Anderson Lumber Company worked tirelessly into the night last weekend to finish lifting construction materials onto the roof of the John C. Hodges Library.
UT students will soon get the chance to gain practical engineering analysis skills using technology that companies worldwide rely on to design sophisticated products for aerospace, mechanical, biomedical, and other industries. The classroom enhancements are made possible through a $2.7 million in-kind software grant from Siemens PLM Software.
WATE-TV Anchor Lori Tucker spoke with Jeremy Smith, Governor’s Chair for Molecular Biophysics and director of the UT/Oak Ridge National Laboratory Center for Molecular Biophysics, about ongoing research to engineer enzymes to chemically transform sarin into harmless molecules. The end result could be A prophylactic treatment to be taken before an attack, rendering the chemical