UT in the News

June 25th, 2015 Posted in In The News
Military Rescuers Train With Next-Gen Medical Simulator

Some of the simulated victims at this month’s combat search and rescue exercise Angel Thunder 2015 were students from the University of Arizona and Northern Arizona University.

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New Law Dean Hopes to Promote Toledo Law’s Intimate Environment

The University of Toledo College of Law has named Benjamin Barros as its next dean.

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College of Medicine Holds Commencement


UT Health Physicians Diagnose Honduran Teen


CampMed 2015

Nicolette O’Brien was “vibrating” with excitement when she found out she got into CampMed.

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UT Students Investigate Murder


Cancer Caught Late, But Still In Time

Jason Scott should have been finishing up his senior year at Bowling State Green University, but instead he was going through his final day of chemotherapy June 1 to treat testicular cancer.

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Race After Race, Teenager Crosses Finish Line, Then Collapses

Dale Peterman watched and waited. It was all he could do.

His daughter, Sam Peterman, a sophomore at Sweet Home High School near Buffalo, was 100 meters away from finishing the 1,500-meter race in the New York high school state championships at the University at Albany on Saturday. Dale Peterman stood at the finish line.

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Woman Goes Blind In One Eye After Being Licked By Cat

Many common bacteria harbored by house pets are harmless, but a few can cause serious illness, particularly for people who are already immune-compromised.

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Jim Ferris is Area’s Newest Poet Laureate

As Lucas County’s newest poet laureate, Jim Ferris brings a unique perspective to the position.

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