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Check out these resources produced by the Memory Keepers Medical Discovery Team in collaboration with community partners to provide evidence-based and culturally safe and appropriate COVID-19 information. 

Drs. Pearson, Greminger, Onello and Stover transformed their teaching methods on evaluating female pelvic pain to elevate medical student exam skills and introduce transvaginal ultrasound. 

In light of the COVID-19 pandemic and calls for social justice across the globe, the Office of Curriculum, Assessment and Evaluation on the Duluth Campus reflect on their collaborations with medical students for education reform. 

Please join us on Tuesday, April 27 for a discussion on internet gaming and related screen addictions with Dr. Robert Levy. Hosted by faculty member, Dr. Mustafa al’Absi.

For many immigrating to the U.S., finding appropriate medical care is one of the first stops. Dr. Stephanie Fritch Lilla serves as their pediatrician and helps them navigate a challenging healthcare system.

Professor, Mustafa al’Absi, PhD provides insights from his novel global analysis, revealing the behavioral and socioeconomic dynamics of how people have adjusted during the pandemic.

Dr. Anna Wirta Kosobuski in the Department of Biomedical Sciences on the Duluth campus aims to meet the critical need for resources among Native American youth during the COVID-19 pandemic.

The National Institute on Aging awarded the grant to the Memory Keepers Medical Discovery Team who will address dementia disparities by examining how culture and community impact the dementia illness experience.

A 17-year career in hospice care, Dr. Keith Peterson, ’04, has collaborated with care teams to support patients with end-of-life compassion.

Dr. Michael Neste, ’93, shares how his attraction to radiology changed over time, while his drive for serving rural communities persisted. To give back even further, he started an endowed scholarship for aspiring doctors in need.

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