MMI for the record

August 15, 2018

Image with caption: Members of the Altus

Members of the Altus "Perch Stop"

Altus turns out to support Owl Ride
Colleagues from Altus Architectural Studios, the architectural firm selected to lead the renovation of the new Munroe-Meyer Institute building at 6902 Pine St. on the University of Omaha's Scott campus, showed their MMI spirit at the 2018 Meyer Foundation Owl Ride. The group manned a "Perch Stop," a rest area for riders. "Altus really gave it their all at their Perch Stop," said Meyer Foundation President Mary McHale. "It was wonderful to see all the effort they put into decorating it, as well as supporting our riders."

Shorts

  • In July, the Human Genetics Laboratory performed a self-inspection which is aimed to identify and remedy potential noncompliances that might results in deficiencies during the biennial external inspection. No areas of concern were identified.
  • Human Genetics Lab marketing specialist Nicole Hackendahl and laboratory genetic counselor Joanna Spaulding attended the ninth annual OPTUM Health conference, sponsored by Nebraska Medicine and located at UNO's Scott Conference Center, to promote hereditary cancer and oncology testing services in conjunction with Nebraska Medicine's Hereditary Cancer Clinic.
  • The MMI Department of Physical Therapy welcomed four new staff members in July and August:
    • Margo Lutes, D.P.T.
    • Taylor Johnson
    • Kathy Rahoy
    • Danielle Nelson, D.P.T.

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