For the past 75 years, the University of Utah College of Nursing (CON) has unified and inspired scientists, educators, clinicians, staff, and students to design, lead, and achieve improvements for the well-being of all.
In December 1982, a specialized team of surgeons and researchers performed the first-ever artificial heart implant at the University of Utah Medical Center. The University of Utah was instrumental in the artificial heart’s invention, implementation, and evolution. Moreover, the surgery marked a critical moment of progress rather than ending an era of research and development.
Vaccines “Shots” from the Past Digital Exhibition and Emerson Respirator now on display at the Eccles Health Sciences Library.
The Spencer S. Eccles Health Sciences Library was dedicated on October 4, 1971 after two years of construction beginning with a groundbreaking in November, 1969.
A brief history of the Eccles Library Tree of Hippocrates and the EHSL 50th Anniversary Logo.
Surgeon, teacher, dean, humanitarian – Dr. Philip B. Price is rightly remembered as the Founding Father of the modern-day School of Medicine at the University of Utah.
To mark the occasion of her 100th birthday (2018), this portrait sketch presents some of the significant milestones in Priscilla’s personal life and professional career.
Digital Exhibit showcasing the 50 year history of the Department of Biomedical Informatics at the University of Utah.