Longitudinal program connects students and veterans
Students in our new VALUE program are working with patients at the VA Medical Center for 10 months. In this model, they are able to follow their patients over a longer period of time than they would through a traditional clerkship. This experience has greatly impacted their level of confidence and ability to deliver compassionate care.
Medical Discovery Teams
The University of Minnesota Medical School is searching for outstanding researchers who are considered national leaders in their field to join our specialized Medical Discovery Teams. This initiative was funded by the State of Minnesota to help us tackle some of the most difficult health issues facing Minnesota.
Driven to discover and committed to advancing health. We are one of the country’s top medical schools with campuses in the Twin Cities and Duluth.
Degrees and programs
Life as a medical student
Inside the Medical School
Advocating for evidence-based health policy
Susie Nanney, PhD, is the first representative from the University of Minnesota Medical School to participate in the elite Robert Wood Johnson Health Policy Fellowship. Nanney is a researcher in our Program in Health Disparities Research and her faculty appointment is in the Department Family Medicine & Community Health.
Leading by example
Dean Brooks Jackson, MD, MBA, was interviewed by Minnesota Medicine about his plan for excellence in the Medical School and how he leads by example as an active researcher, teacher, and clinician.
Psychiatry faculty member to help lead national autism study
Psychiatry faculty member Suma Jacob, MD, PhD, will lead the local arm of a large-scale, first-of-its-kind national study on autism and its possible genetic markers.
Diabetes therapy heads to FDA for approval
A Phase III clinical trail to treat type 1 diabetes and severe hypoglycemia through pancreatic islet cell transplantation, led by Surgery's Bernhard Hering, MD, is headed to the FDA for approval. This would mark a new standard of care for type 1 diabetes patients.
Tuesday, May 31
The 7th Annual Maurice Visscher Symposium will feature Eric N. Olson, PhD, presenting on the topic of "Molecular control of heart development, disease, and regeneration" at 4:00 p.m. in Molecular and Cellular Biology Building 3-120.