Alan Solomon, MD, a retired professor from the University of Tennessee Graduate School of Medicine, was recently awarded emeritus status for his contributions to the university and cancer research. Dr. Solomon retired from UT following 47 years of practice in medicine and research that focused on saving the lives of people affected by amyloidosis. During his tenure, Dr. Solomon served as a Professor in the Department of Medicine and as the Director of the Human Immunology and Cancer Research Program. He held National Institutes of Health grants for four decades and maintained a very successful clinical practice. In 2011, he won a Knoxville News Sentinel Healthcare Heroes award for innovation. Read more on knoxnews.com about how he has served as a mentor to practicians and researchers and the legacy he leaves behind.
Posted August 11, 2014
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