Suzanne Clay served the Department of Medicine for over 50 years in various administrative capacities and is regarded by most to be one of its most influential leaders. She is beloved and admired by many, including four former Chairs, whose tributes are shown here. But first, she shares some memories of her time at UMMC.
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.
Internal Medicine Board Review Course – July 15-18, 2020.
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Alumnus Dr. Paul Pierce shares some of his favorite memories from his 12 years at UMMC that include legends Drs. Guyton, Dreiling, Bennett, and more…
Learn more about Dr. Ashley Sumrall, her time at UMMC and what she’s up to now as a hematologist/oncologist in Charlotte, North Carolina.
On November 11, 2019, the Department of Medicine once again remembered two of our late outstanding pulmonologists, James Griffith (“Grif”) and William “Chappie” Pinkston, at
The Department of Medicine Inaugural Reunion was one for the books! The day began with a delicious lunch and CME-eligible talks from prominent alumni, including
First tell us about you and your time at UMMC. I was born and raised in Jackson, MS, before going to Ole Miss for college. I
First, tell us about you. I am originally from Tylertown, MS and did undergraduate training at Mississippi College. I started medical school at UMMC in
We invite all current and former trainees as well as current faculty to the Department of Medicine Inaugural Alumni Reunion. This is a chance to
Dr. Tate Thigpen, retired Professor of Medicine was inducted into the Medical Alumni Hall of Fame on August 22, 2019. Dr. Thigpen served as Division
Dr. Shirley Schlessinger retired after 34 years of service to UMMC in June 2019. Dr. Schlessinger held many key leadership roles within the university, including