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CenterView: November 22, 2010

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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UMMC nocturnal dialysis patient Regina Hobbs of Jackson
UMMC nocturnal dialysis patient Regina Hobbs of Jackson

MC now offers nocturnal treatment option for renal failure patients

Most days, Jackson resident Johnny Smith doesn't feel like he's living with kidney failure.

New study spotlights genetic key to improving mental health

Neuroscientists at Yale University and the University of Mississippi Medical Center comparing post-mortem brain samples from depressed and normal people have spotlighted a gene that appears instrumental in the disease, giving scientists a new target for drugs and therapies.

Emergency department's pioneering EMStation surpasses one million records

Long before Electronic Health Records (EHR) became a nationwide mandate from the federal government, patient records in the Adult Emergency Department at the University of Mississippi Medical Center had been generated and maintained on computers.

Eurasian health-care team receives whirlwind tour of Mississippi's academic health center

They came from the land of Leo Tolstoy to the land of William Faulkner, but they were more interested in health care and health-care delivery than literature.

New track offers OMS students quicker route to M.D.

Dr. Ronald Caloss likes to think of oral and maxillofacial surgery as a bridge between the dentistry profession and the medical world. If that's an accurate description, then the OMS residency program's new dual-degree track is sure to make that bridge quite a bit shorter.

AAMC honors retiring professor

Dr. Duane Haines credits engaging and illuminating professors with planting the seeds for his own teaching techniques at the very outset of his heading a classroom.