Researchers say knowledge of patient’s sexual orientation and gender identity is important for every provider, even subspecialists.

A first of its kind discovery could mean new understandings in non-alcoholic fatty liver disease.

Endowment from Lupus Link Minnesota helps Center for Autoimmune Diseases Research to focus on systemic lupus.

University of Minnesota Medical researchers assess how common CSB is and who it affects.

Glioblastoma has received much attention since recent high-profile cases like John McCain and Beau Biden. But University of Minnesota Medical School researchers have been working toward a treatment long before these cases.

With the opioid crisis still affecting people nationwide, a team of University of Minnesota researchers is looking for ways to treat pain without prescription medications.

Michael Usher, MD, PhD, was recently published in the Journal of General Internal Medicine for his research on, Insurance Coverage Predicts Mortality in Patients Transferred Between Hospitals: a Cross-Sectional Study.

Minnesota hospitals and health providers are teaming up to find a common linkage between cases and potential treatments.

You may not know anyone with Epidermolysis bullosa, or EB, or, may not have ever even heard of it. But if you meet a child or adult with the condition, it is obvious to see the enormous impact it can have on the individual and the whole family.

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.