The Aging Studies Interdisciplinary Group (ASIG) launched the “Voices of Aging” podcast to highlight the breadth of careers in aging, featuring University of Minnesota alumni from across the career spectrum.

For the first time, stories from the University of Minnesota Medical School’s “Becoming a Doctor” course have been compiled and shared.

Rachel Marks, a first-year University of Minnesota Medical School student, spearheaded a revamped Infectious Disease Interest Group in response to growing student interest in the field.

Two recent studies led by researchers from the University of Minnesota Medical School add new evidence to the impact of how drug price increases affect U.S. patients and the overall cost of health care.

Congratulations to faculty member, Dr. Raymond Christensen and MS2 student Tegan Carr on their recent honors from the Minnesota Academy of Family Physicians 2021 Academy Awards.

Hodan Abdi, a third-year University of Minnesota Medical School student and ElevateMeD Scholarship recipient, hopes to give back to the community through global health research.

As part of March’s Story Slam, Kyle Priyl, MD, courageously addressed physician and medical student mental illness and earned a spot in May’s edition of Academic Medicine.

Carmen Aguirre, a second-year medical student, has created NFTs that uniquely depict mental illness – auctioning them off and donating part of the proceeds to support mental health education and resources at the U of M Medical School.

After working as an artist, Rosenblum pivoted to medicine. Scholarships have allowed him the flexibility to pursue his specialty of choice and many other passions.

The Department of Integrative Biology and Physiology is advancing what inclusive excellence can mean in undergraduate cardiovascular research through a multi-year grant.