How we’re joining international experts to research a new model for health care services inspired by an idea hidden in plain sight.
While pregnancy and birth rates continue to decline for 15 to 19-year-olds, putting them at historic lows, Minnesota youth are contracting sexually transmitted infections (STI) at alarmingly high rates.
Shakopee Mdewakanton Sioux Community presents gift at annual Golf Classic “Fore” Diabetes Research
Knights Templar Eye Foundation, Inc. presents $65,000 to UMN researcher.
California teen travels to the University of Minnesota to study her own rare disorder.
Researchers with the Medical Discovery Team on the Biology of Aging are working on developing senolytics, drugs that eliminate senescent cells.
Study leads to better understanding of genomic architecture.
The findings may have an immediate impact on clinical practice.
The funding will allow the Medical School at the University of Minnesota to make Minnesota’s health system increasingly “age friendly” by educating and training health professionals in core geriatrics principles that will improve medical care for this growing population.
University of Minnesota Medical School researchers have determined that atrial fibrillation (Afib) is independently associated with changes that occur with aging and dementia.