When it came to choosing a career, Angela Woosley knew she wanted to do something that combined her father's caringness as a pastor and her mother's skills and compassion as a nurse.

The goal is to support Minnesota prescribers who may feel overwhelmed trying to manage their patients’ pain while making sure they stay safe.

Paula M. Termuhlen, MD, is among a group of 91 esteemed surgeons from seven countries selected into membership in the new American College of Surgeons (ACS) Academy of Master Surgeon Educators. 

The VA Longitudinal Undergraduate Medical Education clerkship, often referred to as VALUE, places a tremendous effort in creating the best experience for students– and patients.

A new report examines efforts to increase American Indian and Alaska Native students applying to and enrolling in medical school after years of slow and uneven growth.

The two-year grant will support community engagement and pilot research to develop a robust program of research focused on improving the lives of Indigenous persons with dementia and their families.

RPAP was the first medical school longitudinal clerkship of its kind and has been replicated at universities around the world.

From elementary-aged children to experienced residents, individuals from minority and low-income families are getting an opportunity to explore careers in the healthcare industry.

Hundreds came to the event to provide crucial funding for research, education, advocacy, and care at the Adoption Medicine Clinic of the University of Minnesota

Since 1988, the Medical Scientist Training Program has trained 132 medical professionals.