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Regal Foundation Supports Pulmonary Disease Fellowship
The UT Graduate School of Medicine Pulmonary Disease Fellowship program received $1 million in grant money from the Regal Foundation and Will Rogers Institute to expand research and types of treatments physicians can learn during fellowship training.
The two-year Pulmonary Disease Fellowship Program, directed by Tina Dudney, MD, Assistant Professor of Medicine and Chief of Pulmonary Medicine/Critical Care Medicine, began in 2008 and provides physicians comprehensive education covering all pulmonary disorders at a tertiary referral center serving the entire East Tennessee region.
The grant money was awarded to the University of Tennessee Medical Center as part of a $3 million grant allocated equally among three Knoxville-area hospitals to benefit pulmonary care.
The Regal Foundation partnered with the Will Rogers Institute to support local hospitals which focus on medical research, education and treatment of pulmonary disease. Read news coverage of the grant from the Knoxville News Sentinel.
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