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January
1/29/2015Students stage surprise for ‘surrogate mom’
Not too many things get by Virginia Covington, educational administrator in the School of Medicine’s Office of Student Affairs.But, somehow, on...
1/29/2015Community screening program spreads gospel of healthy habits
As usual, dozens of men and women were lining up at Galloway United Methodist Church’s soup kitchen last Thursday morning, but most were hungry for...
1/26/2015Faculty network gives postdoctoral fellows needed support
The pathway to higher education eventually culminates in advanced degrees, giving students the opportunity to work in a field they’ve spent the...
1/26/2015Canvas, yes; Blackboard, no: Software switch looms
Blackboard is about to be erased.The Learning Management System (LMS) used by nearly 3,000 Medical Center students and faculty for course content,...
1/22/2015Two finalists named for vice chancellor post
It’s down to two.  Two final candidates under consideration to become UMMC’s next vice chancellor for health affairs and dean of the School of...
1/22/2015Tupelo pediatric clinic offers subspecialty care near home
The community collaboration that has made possible a new specialty pediatric clinic in North Mississippi will allow the region’s children to stay...
1/15/2015Elton John AIDS Foundation renews grant with UMMC physician
The Elton John AIDS Foundation will renew its financial support for building access to HIV-health services through a program based out of the...

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1/15/2015MLK’s legacy honored as exemplar for care givers
Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s dream of justice and equality should resonate with those devoted to delivering fair and equal medical treatment to...
1/12/20152020 Vision: New strategic plan emphasizes mission integration, individual performance
For many, a strategic plan is like a GPS hidden away in your glove compartment: sure, it can tell you how to get where you want to go, but first...
1/12/2015Physician, family discuss Helena White’s ‘remarkable’ recovery
Cameras flashed and video rolled as Helena White entered a conference room at Batson Children’s Hospital on Friday. The 5-year-old shyly looked to...
1/12/2015Nursing alum's real estate gift secures endowment, seals legacy
When Julia McCormac and her husband, Duncan, first bought their spacious house in Lafayette, Ala., in 1989, she wasn’t sure if the couple could get...
1/12/2015Research as a career? Teens try it on for size
Students from Clinton High and Madison Central High are getting to observe biomedical research in a variety of areas including kidney disease, high...