Currently, team members are pursuing projects that will have wide-ranging impacts throughout the state.

15 University of Minnesota Medical School faculty members are receiving funding for new research projects aimed at helping Minnesota's cancer communities.

Megan Paulsen joins the Building Interdisciplinary Research Careers in Women's Health program as new scholar.

Regenerative Medicine Minnesota has announced 11 research grants that they will be funding in 2019. Of the 11 selected, five were submitted by University of Minnesota Medical School faculty members. 

$1 million award from the Prostate Cancer Foundation helps UMN researchers further prostate cancer research.

Research could help experts more accurately classify which patients with atrial fibrillation are at a higher risk of stroke.

It’s estimated that more than 174,000 new cases of prostate cancer, which is the most common cancer in American men, will be diagnosed in 2019 according to the American Cancer Society.

The University of Minnesota Medical Discovery Teams (MDT) have been making a significant impact since their inception in 2013; from new hires to impressive research grants, their success has been widespread

With technology and medical understanding ever growing, so are questions and concerns regarding research ethics and governing rules. To address these growing questions, Dean Tolar and other Medical School faculty will be discussing a wide range of topics at this year's annual research ethics conference.