Peopling her research lab at the University of Mississippi Medical Center with a culturally-diverse staff which is also exclusively women was, more or less, an accident, said Dr. Sarah Glover, the lab’s principal investigator. But it was a happy one, she said, considering scientific research’s shortage of females and minorities, whose insights often go untapped.
Hunter Lindsay, a South Pontotoc Middle School seventh-grader, was born with a left arm that is shorter than his right arm, and both hands that were missing thumbs. He now enjoys holding the reins of his horse, Dakota, and playing video games after orthopaedic, hand and plastic surgeries through Children’s of Mississippi.
After age 60, about 50 percent of men develop lower urinary tract symptoms due to an enlarged prostate. That can lead to urinary problems, including the sensation that the bladder is full when it isn’t. A minimally invasive procedure offered at the Medical Center is giving patients relief and is an attractive and safe alternative to surgery.
Several interesting events are scheduled for the upcoming weeks at the Medical Center.
Medical Center leadership is proud to announce the following additions to its faculty and leadership staff.
Medical Center leadership is proud to acknowledge those employees who will celebrate service anniversaries during the week of July 27-Aug. 2.