Stroke study researches clot-buster recipients

Stroke study researches clot-buster recipients

Mississippi is the buckle of the nation’s stroke belt with the highest cardiovascular mortality rate in the country. A first-of-a-kind national study is examining why some people who suffer mild, disabling strokes aren’t getting a drug that “busts” clots that block blood flow to their brains. Dr. Rebecca Sugg, associate professor of neurology, knows they would benefit from it. She’s working to help ensure they get the treatment they need.

Continue Reading...

#UMMCGrad18: Dental student defies language barrier to become scholar

One could say Andrew Tran's academic career began from well behind the starting line: He didn't know English when he emigrated to the U.S. at age 14. That didn’t stop him from finishing at the top of his class in the School of Dentistry.

Continue Reading...
#UMMCGrad18: Dental student defies language barrier to become scholar

#UMMCGrad18: Pharmacology graduate values science, service

#UMMCGrad18: Pharmacology graduate values science, service

The scientific and professional skillset Dr. Kasi McPherson gained as a Ph.D. student in medical pharmacology is serving her well as a postdoctoral fellow at the University of Alabama-Birmingham. She credits her strong mentorship and the support of the UMMC School of Graduate Studies in the Health Sciences for her success.

Continue Reading...

Freeland Lecture, Resident Research Day on the event horizon

Several interesting events are scheduled for the upcoming weeks at the Medical Center.

Continue Reading...
Freeland Lecture, Resident Research Day on the event horizon
Campus News
Calendar
New Faculty
New Faculty
Campus Menus
Bulletin Board
Archives
Submit Items
UMMC
Bulletin Board