Alumni

Dr. Krull discovered her dream career in pediatrics, where she has enjoyed caring for children from all walks of life, including complex-needs individuals. Her start on the Medical School’s Duluth Campus and two years in the Twin Cities gave her a robust and well-rounded education.

As Match Day 2021 approaches, Richard Campbell, a fourth-year University of Minnesota Medical School student, reflects on his medical school journey, the impact of scholarship support and his aspirations for the future.

Julen Harris, ’17, MD, MPH, came to Minnesota from New York expecting to have a unique medical school experience. What she found was a family who changed the way she thought about medicine.

Assistant professors, Drs. Jennifer Pearson, Amy Greminger, Emily Onello, and Sandy Stover publish their collective teaching methods on evaluating female pelvic pain to elevate medical student exam skills and introduce transvaginal ultrasound.

Brian Sick, ’04, MD, an associate professor in the Department of Medicine’s Division of General Internal Medicine, has been elected as a Distinguished Fellow of the Nati

For nearly 48 years, Dr. Jim Boulger has been known by students and alumni as a professor and mentor who encouraged their academic and professional success. In recognition of his support, an endowed scholarship was created for medical school students in 2010.

Dr. Jim Boulger, Dr. Arlen Severson and Dr. George Trachte have experienced multiple decades of instruction, leadership and student mentoring at the Medical School, Duluth Campus. All three professors appreciate that the retirement decision intertwines with history, heart and decades of hard work.

The Minnesota Rural Health Awards are given to individuals and groups who have made a significant contribution to improving rural health in Minnesota. This year, top honors were given to the Rural Medical Scholars Program and two rural physicians who started their academic careers at the Medical School, Duluth Campus.

The Karleen Charitable Trust Fund is celebrating its 20th anniversary, a scholarship opportunity that has awarded University of Minnesota Medical School students who focus on primary care in rural communities and who hope to return the giving favor in the future.

Since 1987, the Center of American Indian and Minority Health (CAIMH) has been dedicated to mentoring Indigenous youth throughout the upper Midwest at each level of their education and beyond.

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