Nominees for 2012 UNOS Board of Directors--* President--John Roberts, MD, UCSF Medical Center * Vice President/President-Elect (vote for one)--Kenneth Andreoni, MD, Ohio State University Medical Center; Silas Norman, MPH, University of Michigan Medical Center (Vote for one); * Vice President/Patient & Donor Affairs (vote for one)--Suzanne Lane Conrad, RN, MS; Thomas Falsey, BS; * Immediate Past President--John Lake, MD, University of Minnesota Medical Center; * Secretary (vote for one)--Jeffrey Orlowski, MD, CPTC, Center for Donation & Transplant; Stuart Sweet, MD, PhD, St.
What does UMMC stand for?
UMMC stands for University of Michigan Medical Center
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We have 12 other meanings of UMMC in our Acronym Attic
- United Muslim Migrants Association (Australia)
- United Muslims Moving Ahead (Depaul University)
- University of Maine Museum of Art (Bangor, ME)
- University of Michigan Museum of Anthropology
- Urine Methylmalonic Acid
- Union of Muslims for Morality and Truth
- University of Massachusetts Minuteman Marching Band
- Urea-Molasses Multinutrient Block (aka Urea Molasses Mineral Block)
- University Malaya Medical Centre (Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia)
- University of Maryland Medical Center
- University of Minnesota Medical Center
- University of Mississippi Medical Center (Jackson, MS)
- Unspecified Minor Military Construction
- Unspecified Minor Military Construction, Army
- Urgent Minor Military Construction, Army
- University of Minnesota Masonic Cancer Center
- Unternehmensberatung Musik Marketing Design (Germany)
- Uranium Mines and Mills Division (Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission)
- You Made My Day
- Un Mundo Mejor Es Posible (Spanish: A Better World Is Possible; literacy program; Argentina)
Samples in periodicals archive:
from the University of Michigan Medical Center in Ann Arbor, Mich.
Schwenk of the University of Michigan Medical Center in Ann Arbor.
Patients and methods From January through December 1998, we performed 69 fasciocutaneous or osteofasciocutaneous radial forearm free-tissue transfers during a variety of head and neck reconstructions at the University of Michigan Medical Center and the Ann Arbor Veterans Administration Hospital.
A gastroenterologist by training, he did a great deal of primary research, is a textbook author, rose through the ranks of the University of Michigan, was Chairman of the Internal Medicine department, and Physician in Chief of the University of Michigan Medical Center before coming to SB five years ago.