Minnesota State Fair to carry free sunscreen thanks to student research
After losing her father to melanoma as a UMN medical student, Megan Wood, MD, looked for ways to combat the sun. Through research and drive, she gathered data and worked with a local manufacuturer to bring free, dermatologist-recommended sunscreen the 2015 Minnesota State Fair. Minnesota is now the second state fair in the nation to implement such a program, thanks to her efforts.
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Grant to support medical student research
A new 5-year grant from the NIH will support medical student immunology research in the lab of Rheumatic and Autoimmune Diseases Professor Dan Mueller, MD.
Reuben Harris named HHMI Investigator
Professor of Biochemistry, Molecular Biology and Biophysics and Associate Director of the Institute for Molecular Virology Reuben Harris, PhD, has been named an Investigator of the Howard Hughes Medical Institute (HHMI).
Marla Eisenberg featured in 2015 Health Equity Research Snapshot
Pediatrics' Marla Eisenberg, ScD, MPH, is working to understand which factors contribute to a safe and healthy adolescence for LGBT youth.
New research shows no advantage to shorter-storage red blood cell transfusions for cardiac surgery patients
Principal investigator Marie Steiner, MD, MS, Pediatrics' Division of Pediatric Hematology/Oncology, discusses the Red Cell Storage duration Study (RECESS) that shows red blood cell units can be stored longer with similar clinical effects in cardiac surgery patients.
Monday, September 21
This event brings together IEM members, industrial partners, and University faculty across multiple disciplines of life sciences from both Academic Heath Center and College of Science & Engineering, to discuss recent advances in IEM members' research and interdisciplinary research collaborations.