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Monday, June 24, 2019
For the better part of five decades, Ivory Bogan could be found in the Division of Physical Facilities sharing his knowledge and leading by positive example. During his last remaining days on the job, the executive director of facilities management recounted the vast growth of the institution, the motivation behind his legendary "can-do" attitude and the six leaders for whom he has served. Read More
An asylum once located on the grounds of the University of Mississippi Medical Center has long since vanished, but the stories of the patients committed there will not. “Descendant Outreach and Archival Preservation Days,” a two-day event at UMMC July 19-20, honors those lives by ensuring that their stories endure. Read More
Students at the University of Mississippi School of Dentistry will now be able to treat patients in a high-tech setting with the latest dental equipment on the market. The technology center is made possible by the Center for Research and Education in Technology, Inc., whose members donated the equipment, and Regions, which supported the renovations.
Published on Friday, June 21, 2019
Mothers and babies facing health risks have UMMC experts by their side. Through the Center for Maternal and Fetal Care, experts across disciplines work as a team to provide mothers with a healthy birthing experience and babies with the care they need to have their best start in life.
Published on Monday, June 17, 2019
What causes teeth to form two neat rows? According to a paper published by a UMMC faculty member, the first tooth sends messages that guide the formation of the rest of the dental row. Conducted in zebrafish, the research may help scientists understand tooth development in other species, including humans.
Orthopaedics residents at UMMC treat many complex cases routinely seen at trauma centers, but after completing their education, the residents often go into private practice. A new relationship between UMMC and Capital Ortho will provide residents the opportunity for private-practice-based residency training that will include surgery to repair more common orthopaedic injuries and disorders.
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