"Our progress as a nation can be no swifter than our progress in education."

When Holly Zimmerman was an undergraduate student at the University of Southern Mississippi, she took a genetics class in her sophomore year. Little did she know it then, that class would provide the impetus for a career that would make her, for a time, the only genetic counselor in the state of Mississippi, and now, a decade later, the founding director of the new UNMC... Continue Reading

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