Some University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences employees saw red flags long before auditors discovered a deficit at the Myeloma Institute for Research & Therapy that was allowed to grow to $29 million over nine years. read more >
When the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences announced in April 2014 that Dr. Gareth Morgan would lead the Myeloma Institute for Research & Therapy, it was cause for a celebration.
The cheers didn’t last long. read more >
Dr. Bart Barlogie said that at the myeloma program at Mount Sinai he’ll be doing clinical care and research and “dedicating myself to finding answers to high-risk myeloma,” just as he did at UAMS. read more >
If you were wondering where Dr. Bart Barlogie, who is considered one of the top doctors in the world when it comes to treating myeloma, ended up after leaving the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences, wonder no more. read more >
The University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences has named Dr. Bart Barlogie as a distinguished professor of medicine and pathology in the College of Medicine in a resolution from the University of Arkansas System Board of Trustees. read more >
A new restaurant at 1318 S. Main St. in downtown Little Rock appears a step closer to reality. Restaurateur Bart Barlogie Jr., co-owner of The Fold, has filed an application for a mixed drink and retail beer permit. read more >
Dr. Gareth Morgan, a cancer researcher from London, was introduced Tuesday as the new head of the Myeloma Institute for Research and Therapy at the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences in Little Rock. read more >