Students

When Cleresa Roberts graduates this May, earning both her medical degree and Master of Business Administration, she will join an exclusive group of neurosurgery residents as one of the only Black women to have earned a spot.

The urgency and isolation of the COVID-19 pandemic made the successful  Confidential-Bridging Counselling (CBC) Services program even more important to help medical students navigate mental health issues and get the help they need. The program has provided 1000 visits and received 100% vote of confidence from students.

Drs. Pearson, Greminger, Onello and Stover transformed their teaching methods on evaluating female pelvic pain to elevate medical student exam skills and introduce transvaginal ultrasound. 

Recommendations cite lack of regulation and unknown long-term health effects of tear gas deployment

On Earth Day of 2020, the University of Minnesota Medical School awarded two $50,000 grants with the purpose of finding ways to reduce medical system material waste. The two selected groups have been working hard as their projects reach their one-year milestones. 

Six graduating residents share what inspired them the most during their training at the U of M Medical School that solidified their careers in primary care – all of whom will remain in Minnesota.

In light of the COVID-19 pandemic and calls for social justice across the globe, the Office of Curriculum, Assessment and Evaluation on the Duluth Campus reflect on their collaborations with medical students for education reform. 

The first geriatric center in India, located in Bangalore, has been recently inaugurated at the St. John’s National Academy of Health Sciences, a University of Minnesota Medical School partner institution.

Asma Adam reflects on her time at the University of Minnesota Medical School as she celebrates Match Day.

Michael “Gus” McCarthy reflects on his time at the University of Minnesota Medical School as he celebrates Match Day.

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