Dr. Javed Butler is the heart failure expert other heart failure experts turn to. His expertise in the field – in education, research and patient care – will benefit the Medical Center, where Butler has landed as the new leader of the Department of Medicine.
A family history put Dr. Stanley Smith at higher risk for cancer and a colonoscopy found polyps. Today, the associate professor of pharmacology and toxicology is a strong proponent of colorectal cancer screening and urges others to be screened without delay.
Gov. Phil Bryant was the driving force in securing funding for the $76 million state-of-the-art education building where the state’s future physicians are being trained. On Wednesday, his dedication was recognized with the naming of the Phil Bryant Medical Education Building.
Several interesting events are scheduled for the upcoming weeks at the Medical Center.
A national radiologic technologists society taps UMMC's associate professor and chair of radiological sciences for a national board post, while a radiation oncology resident at the Medical Center has been elected to an executive committee.
Medical Center leadership is proud to announce the following additions to its faculty and leadership staff.