News and Events
Media stories that featured or included interviews with faculty in the University of Minnesota Department of Family Medicine and Community Health are listed below.
In the Media
Michael Miner, PhD, was quoted in an article about the scrutiny of the Minnesota sex offender program from KARE-TV on July 15.
Alex Iantaffi, PhD, spoke to Minnesota Public Radio on July 8 about how stress and discrimination make the LGBT community more vulnerable to health problems and suicide.
Jim Boulger, PhD, received this year's Rural Health Hero award from the Minnesota Department of Health and the Minnesota Rural Health Association.
Alan Johns, MD, MEd, was featured on Minnesota Public Radio's Profiles in Health on July 2.
Jon Hallberg, MD, is the regular medical analyst on Minnesota Public Radio. On July 1, he talked about how mosquitoes transmit disease.
Roli Dwivedi, MD, shared tips on how to stay healthy while fasting on Health Talk on June 27.
William Roberts, MD, MS, was quoted in an article about streak runners in The Atlantic on June 4.
Jacob Prunuske, MD, MSPH, was interviewed by the the Duluth News Tribune about practicing medicine in Duluth. Medscape recently named Duluth the best small town to practice medicine in the Midwest.
Reneé Crichlow, MD, participated on May 21 as an invited Twitter guest for the University of California Davis Health System faculty workshop discussing the role of social media in academic medicine.
Jon Hallberg, MD, is the regular medical analyst on Minnesota Public Radio. On May 20, he talked about sequencing the genome.