The MERI is a nonprofit medical teaching and training facility that conducts state-of-the-art, hands-on educational courses for physicians from across the country and around the world.
Operating as usual
“At MERI, doctors have the opportunity to learn new techniques and solutions for procedures by actually doing the procedures,” he said. “As innovation in patient care quickly grows, opportunities to learn new techniques allow doctors to treat their patients with the best care available.”
Thank you, The Daily Memphian telling our story and showing the impact COVID has had on our organization.
Partners MERI and Genesis push through COVID impact to continue specimen medical training COVID-19 resulted in fewer donations for Genesis Legacy Whole Body Donation Foundation, a non-transplant anatomic donation organization that shares space with the Medical Education and Research Institute.
We are proud to work with MediCop, their training saves lives!
Hot dogs or hamburgers, beach trips or pool parties, charcoal or gas, family and friends. No matter how you celebrate have a spectacular 4th of July!
Guide to Recognizing Elder Abuse And Knowing Your Rights | Updated for 2021 | AgingInPlace.org Elder abuse can often go unnoticed or unreported. Learn the signs and symptoms of abuse to help provider a better quality of life for yourself or another.
Some services that expanded during the pandemic may be here to stay. And that may not be a bad thing.
Covid Was a Tipping Point for Telehealth. If Some Have Their Way, Virtual Visits Are Here to Stay. Pressure is mounting on Congress and the Biden administration to make permanent pandemic-inspired rules that fueled telehealth growth. Some fear fraud and ballooning costs.
Thank you to all who have served.
Moment of Remembrance | Memorial Day 2020 Every year on Memorial Day, the Moment of Remembrance invites Americans to pause for one minute to remember those who served, while listening to Taps—the bug...
Genesis manager Robin Bozarth was interviewed by Betty LaMarr recently on her show, Medical Talk. Robin discusses all aspects of the Genesis program, including the history of MERI and how Genesis came to play a pivotal of MERI's legacy.
Tune in tomorrow (Friday, April 16) at 1:30pm on Comcast Cable Channel 17!
Love our friends at Le Bonheur!
Life-saving surgery performed in Memphis after girl flown from the Caribbean; no charges to family The surgery was performed at Le Bonheur Children’s Hospital, which waived operation fees, and Dr. Klimo did the surgery pro bono.
We salute the rockstar women at Methodist Healthcare!
Our friends at Hamilton Eye Institute here in Memphis had a great experience at MERI thanks to our wonderful donors. This experience gave their surgeons new skills and perspectives. Call us today to book your lab! We can host you here or at the location of your choosing.
Coronavirus variants are getting a lot of press, some legitimate and some speculation. In this article from STAT News experts weigh in on what they are worried about and what the evolution of the virus means going forward.
"Eventually, scientists think, the virus will accumulate the right combination of mutations to warrant updating the vaccines, a not-that-difficult process for vaccine makers. But it doesn’t appear we’re at that point now..."
What we now know — and don’t know — about the coronavirus variants STAT explains what’s known about the variants, why they’re getting so much attention, and what they mean for the trajectory of the pandemic.
All our best for a safe, healthy and happy holidays!
Congratulations to our founder and medical director, Dr. Kevin Foley!
Dr. Foley Earns Best Spine Technology Award Dr. Kevin Foley, in partnership with Fusion Robotics, makes a splash at Orthopedics This Week's 2020 Spine Technology Awards
MERI | Genesis has a rich history with veterans, from donors to staff to course participants and instructors. On this Pearl Harbor Remembrance Day please take a moment to thank the veterans and active duty military in your lives.
From all of us at MERI | Genesis, thank you.
Below is a video message from Dr. Chris Ross, an emergency medicine physician in Chicago. He is a frequent participant at labs MERI supports.
He is also a regular speaker at our annual Donor Celebration Service, thanking families for the gift their loved one made as a whole body donor. Since we were unable to gather this year for the celebration he recorded his message for donor families and others who help make our mission possible.
Everything you wanted to know on the current flu season.
Upcoming 2020-2021 Influenza Season What you need to know about the upcoming 2020-2021 influenza season in the United States.
Over 30% of our donors are veterans. We honor them everyday, but especially today! Thank you for your service to our country. We are honored to have so many of you as part of our program and thank you for your commitment to our mission.
November is National Hospice & Palliative Care Month. Our donor program, Genesis Legacy, works very closely with hospice and palliative care staff, so please join us in thanking those professionals who make end-of-life more comfortable and peaceful for so many.
If you haven't already please get out and vote today!
The pandemic hasn't stopped orthopaedic and spine specialists from moving forward with robotic surgery products.
Stryker, NuVasive, Globus forge on with surgical robots through COVID-19 Despite worries that the pandemic's financial strain on customers may slow adoption of the expensive tools for knee, hip and spine surgery, device makers' Q3 reports reveal momentum.
Let's keep them washed!
GLOBAL HANDWASHING DAY - October 15, 2020 | National Today Global Handwashing Day is a day to salute the doctors and scientists who discovered that washing hands can save lives and learn more about microbes!
COVID is reshaping most industries. As you look at your options for training keep in mind we can come to you or you can come to us, but either way be confident knowing we have the latest technology and strict protocols for participant safety.
5 ways COVID-19 is reshaping the medtech industry Remote tech, clinical trials and marketing are a few of the areas disrupted by the pandemic this year — with changes that look set to stick around.
Streamlining the path from new devices to Medicare/Medicaid approval, "would enable coverage of any device designated by FDA as a breakthrough technology and will attempt to codify a clear definition of what is "reasonable and necessary" for making those determinations," said Tamara Syrek Jensen, director of CMS' coverage and analysis group.
CMS officials elaborate on proposed breakthrough device coverage pathway Agency representatives fleshed out details of proposed reimbursement meant to speed coverage of these technologies in a townhall webcast during AdvaMed's Virtual MedTech Conference.
New Avail System - https://mailchi.mp/meri.org/coronavirusupdate3-9-4100721
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Innovation in the midst of the pandemic, unprecedented times indeed.
The Show Must Go On Despite coronavirus challenges, 3 HMS summer programs innovate, inspire
“The silver lining for something like COVID-19 is the opportunity to take advantage & make a compelling business case to pursue ideas like digital technology or visibility or automation … because the entire business is aware of the disruption that the business felt." ~ Stephen Meyer
How COVID-19 is challenging and changing medtech supply chain management Four experts share insights on the supply and demand hangups medtechs have been working through during the pandemic, and a few early takeaways the industry can carry forward.
Happy National Dog Day from the dog lovers at the MERI!
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Fascinating look at how the staff at St. Jude can impact the outcomes of coronavirus patients.
“If we can explain why some people get really sick, maybe we can intervene proactively to protect others.”
Paul Thomas, St. Jude researcher
St. Jude employees show high immunity to virus St. Jude is using daily test data of hundreds of employees to unravel the mysteries of COVID-19 immunity, antibodies.
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181 Student Ministry meets every Wednesday night at 7:15pm at Breath of Life Christian Center. Our Youth Pastor (Sammie D.) is commited to teaching the high school students how to obtain spiritual growth and have a personal relationship with God.
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This page is here to keep you informed on all the actions of the Rhodes Student Government. From events to debates, all RSG news will uploaded here!
The Rhodes College Community Garden is located on the Rhodes campus near the Jackson Ave gate behind the sports fields.
Vibe Barber College is located on 880 Thomas st. Memphis TN. Our students are the best and win contests throughout the Tri-State area. Haircuts begin at $5. We are currently enrolling new students. Please give us a call at 901 578 3995.
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