We continue to grow! The Department is excited to announce the following new faculty that will be starting over the next several months. Read more to see who will be joining the UMMC family.
The Department of Medicine considers teaching excellence an important mission. Congratulations to our many faculty and residents who have recently been selected for various teaching awards throughout the campus. Read more for full listing, including Trailblazer Awards, Nelson C. Order of Teaching Excellence, AOA awards, and Humanism and Excellence in Teaching Awards.
Dr. Jasmine Kency shares about her background, practice, love of astronomy, and work-life balance.
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.
What is your professional background? I graduated from Dhaka Medical College in Bangladesh. I also have a Master’s in Public Health from the University
Congratulations to Dr. Kathy Gregg and Kelly Land, NP for reaching the 20 year mark for service to the institution. Dr. Gregg is an Associate
Announcing new appointments in the Department of Medicine: Dr. Vikas Majthia, Professor of Medicine and Division Director for the Rheumatology Division, has been appointed Vice
Several new faculty have joined the department this month. A few are highlighted here. Welcome Drs. Fryoux, Majors, and McManus! Dr. Jordan Fryoux Hometown: Gonzales,
Dr. Kimberly Harkins was awarded the Laureate Award for the Mississippi Chapter of American College of Physicians (ACP) on May 31st at the 2019 MS/AL
Dr. Savannah Duckworth, Assistant Professor in the Division of General Internal Medicine and Hypertension, was voted as the faculty recipient of the Leonard Tow award
Dr. Richard M. Wardrop III, MD, PhD, FAAP, FACP has joined the Department of Medicine as the Vice Chair of Education and Faculty Development. Dr.
My story began at UMMC in 1989, in the 3rd grade, when my parents relocated to central Mississippi for my mom to teach Health Information