Spotlight

Brian M. Sweis, PhD, is the first student in the Medical School’s history to receive the prestigious Donald B. Lindsley Prize in Behavioral Neuroscience by the Society for Neuroscience.

Arnold Leonard, MD, PhD, a retired professor with the Departments of Surgery and Pediatrics, will receive the Gold-Headed Cane Award for his lifelong contributions to children’s health.

Meet the woman who’s become TikTok’s (unofficial) celebrity doctor - Rose Marie Leslie, MD.

Ann Van de Winckel, PhD, MSPT, PT, has always held a passion for helping people. She first explored this route through physical therapy, knowing from the start that performing invasive procedures herself was not an interest of hers.

As a Hospitalist and Assistant Professor of Medicine in the Department of General Internal Medicine, Ben Webber, MD, seeks ways in which he can connect with his patients on a level deeper than medicine. 

An RO1 recipient looking to change India’s culture of smokeless tobacco products.

Focusing on secondary cancers, Dr. Turcotte studies how children who have been cured of cancer will be at risk for developing a second cancer later in life.

Originally from Michigan, Ryan Kelly, MD came to the University of Minnesota Medical School for the Internal Medicine-Pediatric Program. Currently, Dr. Kelly is an Assistant Professor of Medicine in the Department of Medicine and an Internal Medicine Hospitalist at the Community and University Health Care Center (C.U.H.C.C.).

U.S. News & World Report once again recognizes University of Minnesota Masonic Children’s Hospital as one of the best children’s hospitals in the nation.

University of Minnesota Medical School, Duluth Campus, Biomedical Sciences Professor, Dr. Benjamin Clarke talks with the Duluth News Tribune about combating Lyme disease through the Tick Project. 

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