CenterView: January 24, 2011
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Farlow and daughter Zoey
Two-week old Zoey Hitchcock rested peacefully in her mother's arms during a recent follow-up visit to see Dr. Kenneth Liechty, a sharp contrast to an intense series of events surrounding her debut in the world.
Greetings to all of you in the UMMC family. I want to wish each of you a happy, healthy and prosperous 2011!
Dr. Laree Hiser has been a School of Nursing faculty member since 2002, but she's not a nurse.
In fixing heart defects, abdominal wall malformations, tumors and a range of other issues in the youngest of babies, a new multidisciplinary center at UMMC offers in-depth procedures previously unavailable in Mississippi, helping keep patients close to home.
In just five months since Dongmei Cui, assistant professor of anatomy, saw her first textbook published, more than a dozen U.S. schools have adopted it for their histology instruction.
Buoyed primarily by its burgeoning clinical enterprise, the University of Mississippi Medical Center experienced a dramatic increase in active employees during 2010, according to figures provided by the UMMC Department of Human Resources.
Christopher Taylor, left, administrative assistant in the Division of Multicultural Affairs, directs the UMMC Choir during a performance at the Celebration of Diversity and Inclusion: An Observance of the Life and Legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Jan. 19 at the Norman C. Nelson Student Union.
Members of the Mississippi Recycling Coalition present one of the organization's 2010 Environmental Hero Awards to the University of Mississippi Medical Center at a formal ceremony Jan. 12 in the vice chancellor's office. The MRC honored UMMC with the award as its State/Federal Government Recycler of the Year for the Medical Center's efforts in recycling and energy conservation.