UTRF Inventor Spotlight: Dr. Jonathan Wall

A “team effort” for discovering how to diagnose and treat amyloidosis, a rare protein-folding disorder. Amyloidosis is a rare disorder that occurs when an abnormal amyloid protein deposits in organs and tissues, interfering with their ability to function normally. There are approximately 30 different types of amyloidosis, and the disease can either be systemic or… Read More

UTRF Inventor Spotlight: Dr. Feng-Yuan Zhang

Making Electrolysis More Affordable and Efficient With zero carbon emissions, hydrogen is a promising alternative fuel and energy storage medium that may help power more vehicles, provide electricity, reduce carbon dioxide to high-value products, produce next-generation ammonia, and heat buildings in the movement toward a sustainable future. There’s just one catch: though hydrogen use doesn’t… Read More

UTRF Inventor Spotlight: Dr. Scott Strome

Executive Dean fosters an entrepreneurial culture in UTHSC’s College of Medicine. The University of Tennessee Health Science Center’s (UTHSC) Scott Strome is passionate about entrepreneurship. From providing investigators with unique access to funding opportunities to bringing high-quality jobs to the community, he believes entrepreneurial efforts add considerable value to universities. Scott serves as the Robert… Read More