Dr. Denise McDuffy, medical school and residency alumnus, shares memories of her time at UMMC and what she’s up to now.
Congratulations to these faculty chosen for induction into the UMMC School of Medicine Alumni Hall of Fame!
Bernard Dreiling, MD
Bryan Barksdale, MD
Kenneth Bennett, MD
Joe Files, MD
Dr. Justin M. Turner, alumnus of the internal medicine residency program, talks about what drew him back to his home state for residency training, why he remains here today, and what he loves about UMMC.
Dr. Seth Jarrell, alumni of the internal medicine residency program, talks about what drew him to Mississippi and what he’s up to now.
Dr. Josh Blair spent 12 years at UMMC and here, he talks about some of his favorite people and memories from training. Read more to learn about his background and what he’s up to today.
Dr. Cameron Huxford completed medical school, internal medicine residency, and pulmonary and critical care fellowship at UMMC. Here, he shares his path to medicine, memories from training, and what he’s up to today.
Dr. Alycia Cleinman, alumni of the internal medicine residency and geriatrics fellowship program, talks about what drew her to Mississippi and what she’s up to now.
Dr. Dwight McComb, Jr, former resident and chief resident at UMMC and now a published author, shares his story of training, becoming a small-town doctor in rural Mississippi, and his inspiration to write in recent years.
The Class of 2018 Pulmonary Training Fund endowment was established by Dr. Bobby Tullos with a generous gift of $30,000. It is for the Department of Medicine’s Pulmonary and Critical Care Division, for the purpose of training pulmonary fellows in the area of advanced airway management, ultrasound, bronchoscopy procedures, and other specialized pulmonary medical care. The fund will also support pulmonary fellows who attend courses that are not available at UMMC facilities.
Join us for the Annual Griffith-Pinkston Memorial Golf Tournament which will be held November 11, 2020 at Lake Caroline Golf Club. All current trainees, faculty,
Alumni Dr. Nettie Davidson shares about her time at UMMC, starting with her path to residency, devastating loss along the way, and where she is today.
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.