The Cancer Research Building (CRB, later known as the Medical Research and Education Building, or MREB) was the first building constructed on the University of Utah health sciences campus.
We are collaborative mosaic art project using empty COVID-19 vaccine vials, clean healthcare waste from University of Utah patient care areas, and physical and virtual mementos donated by those that have suffered loss due to COVID-19. Utah is the epicenter for the project, but it is all-inclusive for anyone feeling compelled to contribute.
The IAIMS Newsletter was published at the Spencer S. Eccles Health Sciences Library from 1995-2008. IAIMS issues were published six times a year and provided valuable information about library activities and resources, as well as informative articles relating to information technology.
InfoFair is an annual event at the University of Utah Health Sciences Center, held since 1983 with the goal of providing up-to-date health sciences information. Past InfoFairs have focused on computer services, applications and resources as well as the future of computing in the health sciences.
Wellness Champions across departments and divisions of University of Utah Health act as change agents by identifying needs within their group.
Published since 1948, the Utah Pharmacy Digest is dedicated to assisting the profession of pharmacy in better serving and protecting the public health and welfare.
Utah Nurse has been published quarterly since 1949 for the Utah Nurses Association, a constituent member of the American Nurses Association.
A collection of media and publications detailing the historical evolution of the health sciences at the University of Utah.
Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP) Scholarly Projects and Master’s students’ non-thesis projects submitted as part of program requirements are housed here.
Utah Medical Association Bulletin: Devoted to Medical Improvement in Utah.