CenterView: October 22, 2012
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Dr. Francis Collins, NIH director
A visit from Dr. Francis Collins, director of the National Institutes of Health, gave researchers at the University of Mississippi Medical Center a chance to show how they use tens of millions in yearly grant funding from his agency to help understand diseases, train students and improve human health.
It’s that time again. Time to choose your favorite candidate for the national election and time to choose your favorite charities for the annual UMMCares campaign.
The story of Martha Patrick’s disease is carved in the landscape of her rust-brown limbs – a ridged, flesh-and-blood geology resembling a bird’s-eye view of the Grand Canyon at sunset.
Dr. James D. Hardy, professor and chairman of surgery at the University of Mississippi Medical Center from 1955-87, used the technology of his day to document some of the most important surgeries in UMMC’s history.
When Casey Stevens and a group of fellow occupational therapy students left for Haiti in August, they took with them three large suitcases stuffed with a hodgepodge of household things, like shelf liner, pipe insulation and leopard print duct tape.
Patients at Batson Children’s Hospital have one more reason to root for the Rebels and the Bulldogs. At each of the last three home football games at Mississippi State and Ole Miss, the universities will feature the state’s only children’s hospital in a campaign aimed at raising awareness of the hospital’s critical mission and needs.
The Alliance is a social and charitable organization that raises funds through multiple yearly events including Taste of the U and spring and fall luncheons. Funds support UMMC patients, students, families, faculty and staff.