Pediatrics Virtual Tour
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This interactive map shows you important buildings on the East and West Banks of campus.
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M Health Fairview University of Minnesota Medical Center- West Bank
This is the West Bank of the flagship M Health Fairview University of Minnesota Medical Center. While some adult services are provided on this campus, the West Bank campus has focused on pediatric hospital and clinical services. It is home to the nationally recognized M Health Fairview University of Minnesota Masonic Children’s Hospital.
M Health Fairview University of Minnesota Masonic Children’s Hospital
Located on the West Bank, UMMCH has a unique history and has had several has had several firsts including the first successful pediatric blood marrow transplant, infant heart transplant in Minnesota and cochlear ear implant surgery for a child. As the academic hospital for the Department of Pediatrics, UMMCH is also the site for our robust clinical research program in Pediatrics, with trials spanning a broad range of pediatric specialties to improve children’s health outcomes. UMMCH is also the primary training site for Department of Pediatrics graduate medical education programs as well as its interdisciplinary training programs. Tour the facility
Variety Club Research Center
Originally a heart hospital with a 40-bed pediatric cardiac unit, the now-research center houses faculty offices, research programs and surgical services across various disciplines. Notably, it houses the Cardiovascular Clinical Trials Center associated with the Lillehei Heart Institute, where clinical faculty are currently conducting active clinical trials.
Masonic Cancer research Building
Founded in 1991, the Masonic Cancer Center is an integral part of our Academic Health Center. The cancer center was officially designated a National Cancer Institute in 1998 and is one of only 51 in the country and two in Minnesota to earn this title. Learn more about the research being conducted in this building by Pediatric faculty members Medical School Dean Dr. Jakub Tolar, Dr. Bruce Blazar, and Dr. Angela Panoskaltsis-Mortari.
Nils Hasselmo Hall
Named for the thirteenth president of the University of Minnesota, this building has faculty offices and the Department of Biomedical Engineering and the Department of Pharmacology.
Jackson Hall is one of the longest standing buildings on campus. It holds a myriad of medical school research facilities, departments and administrations, including the Department of Biochemistry, Molecular Biology and Biophysics and the Department of Genetics, Cell Biology and Development.
Many pediatric programs and centers are at 717: The Center for Neurobehavioral Development, a research center housing over thirty studies about children's cognitive and neurobehavioral functioning; The Global Pediatrics Program, a comprehensive program with educational, research and advocacy initiatives collaborating with colleagues across divisions and in Haiti, Bolivia, Nigeria, Uganda, Tanzania, Laos; The Center for Pediatric Obesity Medicine, an interdisciplinary research center focusing on improving outcomes for youth afflicted with obesity and related conditions; The Healthy Youth Development Prevention Research Center, a premier site in the country for adolescent health research; The State Adolescent Health Resource Center, which supports state-level Adolescent Health professionals to improve the health and well-being of adolescents and young adults. It also houses important public health research like the Shlafer Program for Research on Criminal Justice & Health, Preventative Health Services for Children and Young Adults, and Healthy Environments for Vulnerable Youth Program.
This centrally-located building is home to the Dean’s Office and Graduate Medical Education Office. It is also the home to innovative education and collaborations with access to resources such as the Visible Heart Laboratories and the Earl E. Bakken Medical Devices Center. Pediatrics is uniquely positioned to support those interested in medical device innovation. While Pediatrics faculty member Dr. Angela Panoskaltsis-Mortari is Associate Director of the Earl E. Bakken Medical Devices Center, Pediatrics faculty member Dr. Gwenyth Fischer is a former fellow of the MDC program as well as the founder and Director of the Pediatric Device Innovation Consortium.
Moos Tower is home to administrative departmental offices, classrooms, Nursing and Dentistry as well as Caribou Coffee. Pediatrics faculty member Dr. Melena Bellin leads a clinical research program on Islet Autotransplant from the Schulze Diabetes Institute within this building.
Philip Wangesteen Building
This 14-story building is located right in the heart of the health science campus and houses administrative offices for several departments within the Medical School as well as classrooms, clinics, and a Freshii for convenient, healthy dining. In addition to administrative offices, Pediatrics also has research laboratories in this building, primarily in neonatal research. Learn more about neonatal research programs being led by Pediatric faculty members Dr. Michael Georgieff, Dr. Raghu Rao, Dr. Cheryl Gale, Dr. Sarah Cusick, Dr. Phu Tran, and Dr. Katie Satrom.
M Health Fairview University of Minnesota Medical Center - East Bank
This is the flagship hospital for M Health Fairview. This location offers the widest range of hospital and clinical services provided through the health system. Complete services range from emergency care to care of patients with the most complex conditions. Areas of specialization include solid organ and blood and marrow transplantation, heart disease and cancer.
M Health Fairview Clinics and Surgery Center
Collaboration and innovation are used to meet each patient’s unique needs in this 342,000-square-foot facility. It also houses 37 adult medical specialties, including cardiology, neurology and orthopedics. Inside the Clinics and Surgery Center is an Ambulatory Surgery and Procedure Center, retail pharmacy, Imaging services, including interventional radiology and mammography, a café with a full service menu for patients and visitors, 171 spacious exam rooms, and 10 ORs and 6 procedure rooms for same-day discharge.
Health Sciences Education Center
When you come to the University of Minnesota Medical School, you are joining one of the largest academic health centers in the world. The HSEC is a state-of-the-art facility dedicated to transforming health education. Instead of learning in a lecture-style classroom, practice your profession in an active, team-based, small group that mimics the fast-paced environment you’ll encounter as a practicing healthcare professional. Take a look at what the new HSEC has to offer. Take a look at what the new HSEC has to offer.
Lion's Research Building
The Lab of Neural Regeneration and the Lab of Molecular Neurosurgery are located in the Lions Research Building, while the Stem Cell Institute and Center for Infectious Diseases and Microbiology Translational Research can be found in the McGuire Translationational Research Facility. Bench research in Pediatrics Infectious Diseases is also at LRB/MTRF. Learn more about the research of Pediatric faculty members Dr. Mark Scheiss and Dr. Craig Bierle.
Cancer & Cardiovascular Research Building
The Cancer & Cardiovascular Research Building is home to the U of M’s leading cancer and cardiovascular researchers as well as the Department of Integrative Biology and Physiology. It also houses the Lillehei Heart Institute, a center dedicated to the eradication of heart disease and named in honor of C. Walton Lillehei—a former U of M faculty member and the first surgeon to successfully perform open-heart surgery. Learn more about the research being conducted by Pediatric faculty members Dr. David Largaespada and Dr. Branden Moriarity.
Microbiology Research Facility
The first building at the U of M to be built using new “Smart Lab” technology, the Microbiology Research facility houses the Department of Microbiology and faculty from across the health sciences. Take a closer look at the 80,000 square foot space.
Center for Magnetic Resonance Research
This building is dedicated to the use of magnetic resonance instrumentation for the non-invasive study of human organ function and physiology. Here, you’ll find some of the most unique and advanced magnetic resonance technology in the world, including the world’s largest imaging magnet. See the U become first in the world to scan a human image using the 10.5T magnet.
Wallin Medical Biosciences Building
The Winston and Maxine Wallin Medical Biosciences Building houses the Center for Immunology, Institute for Translational Neuroscience and the N. Bud Grossman Center for Memory Care and Research. This building is also home to the University’s Biocontainment Research Facility and Program, a research facility with fully equipped laboratories designed to safely handle microorganisms that can cause serious human and animal diseases. Learn more about research being conducted by Pediatric faculty member Dr. Bryce Binstadt, located in the Center for Immunology.
Stadium Village is a small neighborhood that borders the East Bank of campus to the East. There are a multitude of apartments, hotels, fast-food and sit-down restaurants, and retail spaces a few blocks from the Clinics & Surgery Center and University of Minnesota Medical Center - East Bank.
Greenline - East Bank Station
a. No car? No worries! The Minneapolis Metro Transit passes right through the U of M campus and can connect you to popular destination sites across the twin cities. The Green Line’s East Bank Stop is just a short walk from the heart of the Med School campus, making for convenient and hassle-free transportation. See where else the Green Line can take you. There are also several bus lines that pick-up and drop-off on campus.
M Health Fairview Shuttle
M Health Fairview runs continuous shuttles for patients, visitors and staff to make getting around the campuses easier See here for more M Health Fairview transportation information.