Forum Kamdar, MD, FACC, recently published research that shows duchenne muscular dystrophy heart failure can be modeled with patient-derived stem cells and that beta blockers may be a treatment.
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Assistant Professor Clarence Shannon, MD has been appointed as the M Health Fairview physician leader for Pain Medicine in the Neurosciences Service Line.
All five awardees have a connection to the Department of Family Medicine & Community Health.
University of Minnesota Medical School Department of Pharmacology graduate students connected with kids and families at the Science Museum of Minnesota during the Women in Science & Engineering event, a hands-on science experience focused on female leaders working in a variety of scientific and engineering professions.
This 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.
We are seeking applicants who are service-oriented team players with excellent interpersonal, organizational and communication skills who enjoy moving science forward using state-of-the-art imaging resources.
Assistant Professor Ann Haynos, PhD, is a member of the Minnesota Center for Eating Disorders Research, a group that aims to, “understand how people develop and persist in eating disorders and how we can better serve them.” She is leading a multidisciplinary research team conducting a study about how to understand and treat anorexia nervosa at the U of M.
The University of Minnesota Medical Center is one of 26 other institutions worldwide to receive this honor.
This is a collaborative initiative aims to treat cardiac arrest as quickly as possible in Minnesota.