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UMMC and Mayo Clinic sign agreement to increase research and training
Date:7/9/2010

rom the Jackson metro area.

Under the agreement, detailed arrangements could be more easily formed that give researchers at Mayo increased access to data and participants of the studies.

The agreement also formalizes ongoing research relationships between the two institutions. Investigators from Mayo and UMMC for several years have worked together on numerous projects. Those include research into hypertension-induced renal injury, the genetics of kidney disease, the genetics of microangiopathic brain injury as well as in research consultation, lectures, and symposia.

"This relationship sets up a wide platform for both institutions to work together," Hall said. "As more faculty members, fellows and residents find out about it, we'll see more projects, training and collaboration efforts."


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Contact: Jack Mazurak
jmazurak@umc.edu
601-984-1970
University of Mississippi Medical Center
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