The Minnesota Monthly's Top Doctors List is comprised of local Minnesotan physicians specializing in multiple categories of medicine. They are nominated and recognized by their peers for their professional expertise and exemplary patient care.
The Childhood Cancer Survivor Study (CCSS), which originated at the University of Minnesota Medical School, looked at the incidence of, risks for, and survival following kidney, lung, heart, and liver transplants in pediatric cancer survivors.
Kyle Tanner, who was diagnosed with Fanconi anemia, required a bone marrow transplant as his own marrow was failing with early signs of leukemia.
Anne Doering, MD, and Katie Freeman, MD, co-lead a program focused on increasing and strengthening advocacy policy activities among residents and fellows with the Department of Family Medicine and Community Health.
For two decades, research and discoveries at the Medical School’s Stem Cell Institute has helped lead the world in unmasking the secrets behind stem cells and their potential for treating the most common and incurable diseases.
The Gold Humanism Honor Society (GHHS) chapter at the University of Minnesota Medical School has participated in Laundry Love—a national, monthly service project—since 2015.
Therese Maas, APRN, DNP, recently joined the Neurosurgery department with a primary focus on spinal conditions.
A new app in development between the Department of Family Medicine and Community Health and Treatment.com aims to make healthcare more accessible worldwide and form life-long relationships with patients.
Rebecca Shlafer, PhD, MPH, assistant professor for the Department of Pediatrics has recently been appointed to a position on the Children's Cabinet Advisory Council by Minnesota Govern
Dr. Turcotte discusses her recently published paper, “Chemotherapy and Risk of Subsequent Malignant Neoplasms in the Childhood Cancer Survivor Study Cohort."