The Department of Surgery recently helped launch the Center for Quality Outcomes, Discovery and Evaluation (C-QODE) alongside other proceduralist departments across the Medical School. With a focus of providing convenient pathways for democratizing data, the center is improving data accessibility for clinical providers and researchers.
Shahriar’s project focuses on what he calls a “hidden” form of diversity within medical education: socioeconomics.
With winter in full swing, some individuals may be experiencing the winter blues or seasonal affective disorder (SAD). University of Minnesota Medical School expert Sabine Schmid discusses what SAD is and provides tips on how to navigate it.
This research found the lack of inclusivity and awareness within clinic environments in rural Minnesota as a barrier to primary care access for LGBTQ patients.
U of M Medical School research hopes to lay groundwork for ‘precision medicine’.
The research aims to identify how the compound may increase mental flexibility and neuroplasticity
The U of M Medical School study affirms that reduced access to obstetrical care in rural areas presents a significant burden to pregnant people and infants.
Dr. Hamid joined the MDT on Addiction Nov. 1 and will be focusing his research on brain mechanisms for flexible behavior control and the role of dopamine in meeting environmental demands.
Please join us on Tuesday, November 30 for this month’s seminar, focusing on the results from the GBD (Global Burden of Disease) study on cardiovascular diseases. Presented by Dr. Katie Benziger, Medical Director, Heart and Vascular Research and Assistant Professor, University of Minnesota Medical School.