Our department supports the broader mission of the Duluth campus and the medical school with a focus on neuroscience, multidisciplinary research and health issues relevant to rural and Native American communities. We are committed to fostering excellence in research and the advancement of learning and knowledge through scholarship; to deliver the basic science curriculum for medical, graduate, and undergraduate students.
40+ YEARS TRAINING RURAL & NATIVE AMERICAN PHYSICIANS & RESEARCHERS
5 EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS
$2M TOTAL ANNUAL FUNDING
Providing educational opportunities for medical, graduate and undergraduate students, postdoctoral fellows, as well as the larger academic community, through laboratory research and courses in biomedical sciences.
The multidisciplinary faculty in Biomedical Sciences explore the molecular, cellular, and physiological mechanisms underlying human disease, with a focus on neuroscience and health issues relevant to rural, underserved, and Native American communities.
Our seminar series is a collaborative effort with the College of Pharmacy, Duluth. National experts in biomedical sciences are invited to present in the AHC Duluth Research Seminar series on Wednesdays at 3:30 pm during the academic year. Our Lab Bench Talks series presented on Mondays at 3 pm provides a mechanism for department faculty and trainees to present their ongoing research.