CenterView: September 10, 2012
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Strolling along a downtown boulevard in Austin, Texas. Rushing to attend a morning class in Blacksburg, Va. Visiting a sick relative on a dreary Sunday in Joplin, Mo.
Even the most innocuous of activities can end in tragedy. Just ask the families of those personally affected by infamous shootings at the University of Texas at Austin and Virginia Tech University, or the devastating tornado that hit St. John’s Hospital in Joplin.
A magnetic resonance imaging machine with twice the power of existing units recently installed in the Department of Radiology at the University of Mississippi Medical Center makes scans quicker for patients and gives physicians and researchers superior quality images.
Dr. Chris Anderson joined UMMC last year with a vision in mind: to build a top-notch abdominal transplant program that meets or exceeds the standards of other programs in the country.
In launching a new branding initiative this month, the University of Mississippi Medical Center is making an old name for itself.
By late July, Dr. Susan Lofton had not even begun recruiting students for a new program set to launch in August at the University of Mississippi School of Nursing.
University of Mississippi Medical Center researchers are exploring how children’s thinking styles, in particular the tendency to interpret situations as threatening, are influenced by their parents as well as their own temperaments.