Being a physician is one of the most rewarding, challenging, noble professions you could have chosen. Remember today that regardless if you receive the match you want, don’t receive the one you want, or don’t match at all, you have a valuable role to play in our world going forward.

University of Minnesota Medical School Department of Pharmacology graduate students connected with kids and families at the Science Museum of Minnesota during the Women in Science & Engineering event, a hands-on science experience focused on female leaders working in a variety of scientific and engineering professions.

Paul A. Iaizzo, PhD, professor with the Visible Heart Laboratories, and his team provide unique educational outreach that impacts individuals around the globe, teaching people all about the human heart.

Dr. Prasad and his colleagues began the Community Health & Advocacy Talks—or CHAT—to create a space for ongoing conversation about the social determinants of health and connect students and residents with partners and allies in the work of health advocacy.

Join the Medical School and College of Pharmacy for a Rare Disease Day program Friday, Feb. 28 at McNamara Alumni Center.

The U of M Medical School and College of Pharmacy on the Duluth campus work interprofessionally to educate students on Naloxone first aid training and response.

Anne Doering, MD, and Katie Freeman, MD, co-lead a program focused on increasing and strengthening advocacy policy activities among residents and fellows with the Department of Family Medicine and Community Health.

The survey found that patients who were assigned VALUE students were more than twice as likely to rate their care as “excellent.”

Addressing the opioid epidemic and physician shortage in rural America.

Remembering Longtime Faculty Member & Regional Duluth Campus Dean Emeritus, Dr. Gary L. Davis.