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U Names Research Ethics Official Bioethicist and Pediatrician Jeff Botkin gets Associate VP Post

Bioethicist and physician Jeff Botkin – a University of Utah professor of pediatrics and adjunct professor of human genetics and internal medicine – has been named as the university’s associate vice president for research integrity. Read More

July, 2002 from the U

More than Four Hundred At-Risk Youth Participate in Free Summer Sports Program at University of Utah

On weekdays in July, hundreds of young students, from nine Salt Lake City schools, have converged on the University of Utah campus to take part in a wide variety of afternoon health, sports and educational activities. They are participants in the free, five-week National Youth Sports Program (NYSP), a project that targets at-risk youth, ages 10 to 16. Read More

More Blasts from Yellowstone’s Past Hotspot Generated 142 Huge Eruptions, 40 Percent More Than Previously Known

The Yellowstone hotspot, which powers Yellowstone National Park’s geysers and hot springs, produced 142 huge volcanic eruptions during the last 16.5 million years – far more than the 100 previously known blasts, University of Utah geologists found. Read More

University of Utah Hospitals & Clinics Ranked Among America’s Best in U.S. News & World Report

University of Utah Hospitals & Clinics once again is ranked among America’s Best Hospitals, according to U.S. News & World Report’s 13th annual survey of leading health-care institutions. Read More

University of Utah Hospitals & Clinics Named Among Nation’s Most Wired Health Systems

University of Utah Hospitals & Clinics has been named one of the nation’s 100 Most Wired health-care systems for the fourth straight year by Hospitals & Health Networks, a publication of the American Hospital Association. Read More