In the News - August 2015
In the News - August 2015
UAMS In the News

UAMS Welcomes First Dental Residents

UAMS welcomed in July its first two resident dentists, who will provide dental care to patients as part of a yearlong postgraduate dental residency program.
UAMS Welcomes First Dental Residents

Treatment for Pinched Nerve Allows Pitcher to Play College Ball

This fall Andrea Kindrick will play NCAA Division I Softball at the University of Alabama. It’s a dream-come-true for the recent graduate – one that almost didn’t happen.

UAMS’ Lowery Talks Telemedicine at TEDx Event

A UAMS obstetrician highlighted how technology has improved health care in Arkansas, and the increased part it will play moving forward in his address at a TEDx event in Little Rock on July 24.

More Than 200 Physicians Complete Residency Training at UAMS

More than 200 physicians recently completed their medical residencies at the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences (UAMS), with more than 100 choosing to practice in state and alleviate the growing physician shortage.

UAMS Announces Center for Pacific Islander Health, $250,000 Research Grant

UAMS announced creation of the Center for Pacific Islander Health, to be based on the UAMS’ northwest Arkansas campus in Fayetteville, and to be the first such center to focus solely on Pacific Islanders.

UAMS Researchers Awarded $10.5 Million to Establish Center

Led by Martin Hauer-Jensen, M.D., Ph.D., a team of UAMS researchers has secured a $10.5 million grant to establish a center to study side effects of radiation therapy and other types of cancer therapy.
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