Mina Krenz, a first-year medical student, is one of more than 50 other classmates to have received the Future Physicians Scholarship at the Medical School’s Twin Cities campus since 2016.
The survey found that patients who were assigned VALUE students were more than twice as likely to rate their care as “excellent.”
Addressing the opioid epidemic and physician shortage in rural America.
The Medical School’s Gold Humanism Honor Society chapter earned recognition as a “2019 Distinguished Chapter” and were asked to present on their group’s success at a national conference.
A new policy proposed by the Academic Workload Task Force of the Medical School’s Scientific Foundations Committee passed in October, which, starting Fall 2021, sets new limits on weekly contact hours for first-year and second-year medical students.
Since the two built the adapter, Katrina Simons has been able to play some of her favorite games on the modified controller.
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.
Jack Inglis is leading as one of seven co-chairs of Health Students for a Healthy Climate (HSHC), the first-ever student organization at the Medical School focused on creating awareness about the relationship between health and climate change.
Millions of voices raised around the planet, world leaders gathered at the United Nations, and a recently passed resolution by the students in our Medical School are all focused on one thing: the crisis of global warming.
Meet the woman who’s become TikTok’s (unofficial) celebrity doctor - Rose Marie Leslie, MD.