Educational Programs
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Education & Training

The Department of Rehabilitation Medicine at the University of Minnesota Medical School is committed to providing world-class education and training to the next generation of healthcare professionals.

Lab work

Our department’s faculty are actively engaged in research that affects all Minnesotans, young and old. Past research has gone on to impact the field of medicine and push our boundaries of understanding.

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Patient Care

Clinical care is an integral part of our department. Our divisions practice both in the hospital and in the clinic. We focus on you as a “whole person.”


Our Department is comprised of three divisions: Adult Neuropsychology, Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation (PM&R) and Physical Therapy. Learn more about what each division has to offer and how they are impacting the field of medicine.

Leslie Morse

Department Head, Leslie Morse, DO

Our department facilitates high-quality education, research, and clinical services through our four divisions, Adult Neuropsychology, Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation (PM&R), Physical Therapy and Rehabilitation Science.


Neuropsychologist Dr. Erin Holker does a lot of work with Parkinson's disease patients — in the clinic, in her research, and in the community.


Pipeline program provides support/mentorship to help diverse students become physical therapists.


This M Health Fairview story explores what experts experienced with COVID-19 treatment and rehabilitation have to say about how the virus may continue to affect the body and what care options are available for COVID “long-haulers.”