The new facility, a freestanding orthopedic ambulatory surgery center in Knoxville, would provide an ideal site of service for outpatient orthopedic care.
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The partnership will develop a concept plan to make the research park an even more attractive site for businesses to locate and enhance the park for the entire public to enjoy.
Rickey McCallum joined the UT Research Park as vice president on July 1. McCallum draws on his prior experience with the UT Foundation to help the park fulfill its mission to serve as a gateway for collaboration between the university and the private sector.
Tom Rogers, who has extensive development experience in Oak Ridge and Knox County, has been named as president and CEO of the Cherokee Farm Development Corporation.
The University of Tennessee Research Park at Cherokee Farm has unveiled a new name and logo that encompasses both the innovative capabilities at the campus and maintains its roots.