University of Minnesota Medical School Department of Radiology Ranked 9th in NIH Blue Ridge Rankings

The University of Minnesota Medical School Department of Radiology rose three spots this year to become 9th in the National Institutes of Health (NIH) Blue Ridge Rankings.

“This ranking is a reflection of the hard work of the researchers in this Department who dedicate themselves to improving the field of imaging,” said Dr. Charles Dietz, Head of the University of Minnesota Medical School Department of Radiology.

You can view the complete 2020 NIH Blue Ridge rankings here.

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