People of the U: Tim Lewis

People of the U: Tim Lewis

Suffering from congestive heart failure and on the brink of death, Tim Lewis received a heart transplant in January 2014. He resolved to "pay it forward" in tribute to his donor and the donor's family. Lewis is a faithful volunteer in the Medical Center’s Cardiovascular Intensive Care Unit, sharing his story with patients and encouraging them not to give up.

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A “beRi” good project wins Hackathon prize

Two UMMC researchers were part of an international team that won HackSeq 2018, an event focused on creating software for biological research. Their project, "beRi," allows users to slither through the program R environment using a Python-based script.

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A “beRi” good project wins Hackathon prize

Sickle cell, health crisis couldn’t stop ‘Miracle Kid’

Sickle cell, health crisis couldn’t stop ‘Miracle Kid’

Like most boys, 11-year-old Stennis Miller’s aims are set square on the football field. Unlike most, however, sickle cell disease and the shunt in his head keep that contact sport out of reach. But the Kosciusko Cardinals community football team may have a slot available to channel that spirit.

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Cancer Institute talk. SON 70th anniversary celebration top event list

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

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Cancer Institute talk. SON 70th anniversary celebration top event list

UMMC staff receive service recognition

UMMC staff receive service recognition

Medical Center leadership is proud to acknowledge those employees who will celebrate service anniversaries during the week of Nov. 5-11.

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