University Professor Works to Engineer Slower Cancer Cells
With an influx of patients requiring telehealth options during the pandemic, Dr. Nygaard has also seen an increase in burnout, stress and anxiety among healthcare workers. The former Duluth Campus student discusses the effect on frontline staff and how her work aligns with well-being and life balance as we live in this second year with COVID-19.
When Cleresa Roberts graduates this May, earning both her medical degree and Master of Business Administration, she will join an exclusive group of neurosurgery residents as one of the only Black women to have earned a spot.
Drs. Genevieve Melton-Meaux and Chris Tignanelli, both in the Department of Surgery, share how they have found success in building learning health system capabilities over the past year in the midst of the pandemic.