Four University of Minnesota anesthesiologists are featured on Minnesota Monthly’s annual list.
This year, the 2020 Minnesota Monthly “Top Doctors” list featured 188 University of Minnesota Medical School faculty members from 18 departments.
Ronald Reilkoff, MD, in the Department of Medicine, has overseen the development and implementation of a virtual curriculum that mimics the experience a fourth-year medical student would have in the ICU during an in-person clerkship.
Recording of special Medical School Grand Rounds on health equity research is now available for viewing.
A team at the University of Minnesota Medical School and the Georgia Institute of Technology has invented the world’s first artificial intelligence (AI) closed-loop CPR system. Early studies show the system performs better than both a licensed physician and the LUCAS machine during cardiac arrest.
We are pleased to announce that MICaB graduate student Milcah Scott has been selected by the Microbiology & Immunology faculty to receive the 2020-2021 Dennis W.
Laura Sloan, MD, a fourth-year resident in the Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences, has received the highest award granted to a resident in the country in forensic psychiatry, and it’s the first time a resident from Minnesota has earned it.
Courtney Cotsonas credits a long family history in medicine, dating back to her great-great-great grandfather, for a “natural magnetism” toward the field of study. Now, as a first-year medical student at the University of Minnesota Medical School, Duluth Campus, she looks forward to exploring her Native American ancestry and using what she learns to serve tribal and other underserved populations.
After immigrating to the U.S. as a child, Milki Gemeda has made the most of her family’s “luck,” who won a diversity visa lottery to leave Ethiopia and become American citizens. Now, she’s a first-year medical student at the University of Minnesota Medical School who hopes to become a doctor that is focused on medicine, service and humanitarianism.
Brett Norling frequented the doctor’s office as a child, sparking an early interest in medicine. It took a broken thumb to solidify his decision, and now several years later, he’ll start that career as a first-year medical student at the University of Minnesota Medical School.