CenterView: March 15, 2010
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Stacey Pickering, left, meets with Dr. LouAnn Woodward, associate vice chancellor for health affairs, and Dr. David Powe.
Asset management at a major academic health science center is a challenging proposition at best. Not only must property officers keep track of a multitude of supplies commonly found in most office environments, but they also must monitor medical equipment in clinical areas - from huge MRI scanners to items no larger than a pen - many of which move with patients from room to room and floor to floor.
Nearly $4.4 million in stimulus funds awarded to research programs at the University of Mississippi Medical Center will help physicians and scientists discover more about diseases Mississippians see most, including hypertension, heart disease, stroke and kidney diseases.
To see Jackie Chatmon and Angelique Dykes together is to witness friendship as it should be - simple, poignant and, at times, downright hilarious.
An earthquake ravages the American Midwest, dealing a crippling blow to the infrastructure of St. Louis, Mo.
The recent launch of robotic surgery at the University of Mississippi Medical Center is expected to increase opportunities for learning, research and improved patient care.
When Dr. Oliver Smithies takes the podium for the Gertrude and Florian Nelson Cardiovascular Research Lecture on April 1, the audience members can expect a knock-out talk.
Beginning Monday, March 15, surveyors will be conducting an inventory of 1.7 million-plus square feet of the Medical Center's total 3.0 million square feet of space. The survey is a critical step in the development of the 35-year Transitional Master Facilities Plan.
University Dentists staff members, from left, Lisa Acree, Reader Wright, Tracy Parker, Denise Blackwell, Locke Deford, dental hygienist Pam Parrish, Nidra Jones and Candice Kittrell, director of dental ambulatory operations, and Ashley Morris, health information management student, host an open house March 11 to promote the School of Dentistry's faculty practice. Visitors were treated to breakfast refreshments, goodie bags and door prizes.