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CenterView: September 24, 2012

CenterView is published every other week, and is the internal publication of the University of Mississippi Medical Center (UMMC). Content features news of interest for and about Medical Center faculty, staff, and students. Content may be reprinted with appropriate credit.

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Eric Bailey, HIV patient advocate
Eric Bailey, HIV patient advocate

Social factor fosters spread of HIV/AIDS in Mississippi

For some Mississippians, the only thing worse than dying from HIV/AIDS is admitting they have it.

JHS Researchers study arterial health, heart disease

If Ervin Fox ran a smoothie stand, he’d offer customers heart-healthy drinks in three sizes: Big Gulp, Middleman and Kiddy.

Fitness program spurs nursing faculty to take ‘biggest loser’ challenge

One night in the middle of summer, Dr. LaDonna Northington found herself indulging in a brownie-ice cream combo when she turned to her Facebook friends for an impromptu intervention.

New neurobiology chair seeks to redefine traditional anatomy, spur translational research

A crane swinging I-beams into place and a nearly constant blast of construction noise now common at the University of Mississippi Medical Center might make a distracting backdrop outside the window of Dr. Michael Lehman’s temporary office.

Partnership offers ‘best of both worlds’ to community health patients, residents

It may be one of the biggest “Win-Win” relationships in residency training programs today.

New study looks at carnitine’s role in staving off potentially deadly condition

A clinical trial of an experimental therapy that could start accepting patients next year in the University of Mississippi Medical Center’s emergency department may help save critically ill sepsis patients.

Blitz bites back at flu bug

Greg Young, right, machinist, receives the flu vaccine from Whitney Melton, PICU nurse, while Ronnie Lindsey, second from left, machinist, receives a flu shot from Leanne Casey, pediatric ER nurse, during the Office of Student/Employee Health’s Campus Flu Blitz. The flu vaccine will be available free to all Medical Center faculty, staff and students this week in the Office of Student/Employee Health.