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Population Health lecture addresses sickness, wellness in U.S.

Population Health lecture addresses sickness, wellness in U.S.

The founding dean of the second school of population health in the United States visited the Medical Center, home to the country's third SOPH, last week to give valuable insights to faculty and students during the third annual Distinguished Population Health Lecture.

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Medical school dream no longer haunts ground-breaking student

Medical school dream no longer haunts ground-breaking student

As a member of the Mississippi Band of Choctaw Indians, Christina Wallace enjoys a culture bound together by long-held traditions. Now she wants to start a new one – by becoming a physician.

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To recognize warning signs, it pays to BEFAST

According to the American Heart Association, stroke is the second-leading cause of death worldwide. Yet there are still misconceptions about who might be susceptible: Those who are young and fit aren’t immune. Read more to learn about the signs and symptoms of a cerebrovascular accident – and what to do when someone is having a stroke.

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To recognize warning signs, it pays to BEFAST

Mind Matters lecture, neuroscience innovation event headline week's agenda

Mind Matters lecture, neuroscience innovation event headline week's agenda

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

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UMMC staff receive service recognition

Medical Center leadership is proud to acknowledge those employees who will celebrate service anniversaries during the week of April 8-14.

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UMMC staff receive service recognition
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