Dr. Maria Gonzalez Suarez, Assistant Professor in Nephrology, discusses her recent article in the American Journal of Kidney Diseases, her newly-awarded grant by the Mississippi Center for Clinical and Translational Research, and her take on balancing a career and family.
Dr. Myrna Alexander Nickens, Vice Chair of Diversity and Inclusion for the Department of Medicine, writes about being intentional in our efforts towards both diversity and inclusion in the department.
Dr. Jasmine Kency shares about her background, practice, love of astronomy, and work-life balance.
Congratulations to many members of the Department who were recognized at the Pillars’ Awards ceremony earlier this month. The Pillars’ Recognition of Service and Inclusive
Dr. Rebecca Pace completed medical school, internal medicine residency, and endocrinology fellowship at UMMC. Here, she shares her favorite memories from her nine years of training at UMMC and how the department loved and supported her during a difficult time.
Learn more about Dr. Shivi Siva, new Assistant Professor in Digestive Diseases.
Dr. Savannah Duckworth, Assistant Professor in General Medicine and Hypertension, was accepted into the Society of General Internal Medicine’s prestigious TEACH (Teaching Educators Across the Continuum of Healthcare) program.
Internal Medicine Board Review Course – July 15-18, 2020.
For more details, visit http://www.umc.edu/boardreview
Drs. Sumana and Keerthi Reddy, sisters and current fellows in Allergy and Immunology, share their stories about their separate paths for medical training and how
Learn more about Dr. James Bensler, new Assistant Professor in Cardiology with a specialty in Electrophysiology. Hometown: Anchorage, Alaska Residency: University of Washington Cardiology fellowship:
Trey Clark, MD, MPH, Assistant Professor in Cardiology, has been named Medical Director of Remote Patient Monitoring (RPM) at UMMC’s Center for Telehealth. In this role, he will work with the telehealth team to revamp the RPM program.
Dr. Javed Butler, Chair of Medicine at UMMC, served as lead author on a White Paper published in Circulation that explored to what extent persuasive treatment effects on nonprimary end points can be used to support FDA regulatory claims and guideline recommendations.