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Surgical Oncologist Todd Tuttle, MD, leads two medical mission trips annually, providing surgical care to those in Honduras who do not have access to safe, timely, and readily available surgical care.

A clinical trial led by the University of Minnesota on a post-exposure treatment for the coronavirus (COVID-19) is expanding participant enrollment opportunities.

On March 20, 2020, medical students from throughout the nation learned where they would go for their residency programs. This year’s Main Residency Match hit a unique milestone in National Residency Match Program history.

Led by Sophia Yohe, MD, in the Department of Laboratory Medicine and Pathology, a small team of researchers and technicians transformed two buildings inside the U’s Biomedical Discovery District into Minnesota’s fourth on-site testing facility for COVID-19.

University of Minnesota Medical School researcher, Aaron Kelly, PhD, authored a study on a new pediatric obesity medication with the potential to help adolescents with obesity better manage their weight.

For Women’s History Month, the Medical School is highlighting the extraordinary work of some of the Medical School staff, faculty-physicians and researchers who are advancing medicine through their passion for research, clinical care and training of the next generation of healthcare leaders.

Dr. David Boulware, Medical School professor with the division of Infectious Diseases & International Medicine, details the drug they're testing on people exposed to the COVID-19, as well as potential efficacy of the treatment.

The University of Minnesota Medical Center’s new T-suite operating theater contains a powerful mobile intraoperative MRI machine.

For Women’s History Month, we are highlighting the extraordinary work of some of our Medical School staff, faculty-physicians and researchers who are advancing medicine through their passion for research, clinical care and training of the next generation of healthcare leaders.

Emilia Lefevre, PhD, a postdoctoral researcher at the U of M Medical School is studying opioid addiction to better understand how different patterns of opioid exposure can impact someone’s brain, behavior and vulnerability to addiction.

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