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CenterView: February 11, 2013

CenterView is published every other week, and is the internal publication of the University of Mississippi Medical Center (UMMC). Content features news of interest for and about Medical Center faculty, staff, and students. Content may be reprinted with appropriate credit.

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Debate waged over health care’s place in stemming gun-related violence

Dr. Ralph Didlake was on call the day police let him inside the smoke-filled office of his colleague, shortly after her estranged husband had broken in and shot her to death.

Immunopathologists the world over contribute to publications feting UMMC pathologist

Two scientific journals are publishing Festschrift editions to honor Dr. Julius Cruse in recognition of his 47 years of contributions to immunopathology and his role as mentor to scores of students, faculty and colleagues.

Annual foodie event honors ‘first couple’ of children’s medicine at UMMC

As pediatric pulmonary and surgical physicians for close to 80 years combined at the University of Mississippi Medical Center, Dr. Richard and Dr. Suzanne Miller helped train hundreds of physicians and improve the lives of thousands of Mississippi children.

Homeland Security video instructs UMMC employees how to survive workplace violence

On what would appear to be a normal workday in a typical office environment, employees are just settling into their regular job routines when they are abruptly interrupted by the unthinkable.

Special learning projects expand education outside of the classroom

During a lull between pint-sized patients, third-year dental student Adriane White and second-year dental student Hilary Sartain paused to catch their breath.

Transplant program sets new kidney mark, plans liver reboot

Teams at the University of Mississippi Medical Center transplanted a record 103 kidneys last year, a figure they could surpass in 2013 even while preparing to restart liver transplantations following a 22-year hiatus.