MSTP students research is recognized
Several MSTP students were recognized by the University of Minnesota Medical School and University of Minnesota Foundation for excellence in research.
Welcome to the MSTP 2012 entering class!
The U of MN MSTP 2012 entering class includes 7 students from colleges and universities across the country. Congratulations to all!
MSTP student research featured
MSTP student Jared Rowe's recent Nature paper on fetal protection from the maternal immune system is featured in UMNews. A dramatic increase in a subset of immune cells called Tregs is explained by his research.
MSTP student volunteer opportunities - PNC
Phillips Neighborhood Clinic (PNC) is a free clinic in Minneapolis using a care-team approach to healthcare. MSTP students can volunteer to provide accessible health care for community members. (photo credit: MN Daily)
The mission of the University of Minnesota Medical Scientist Training Program (MD/PhD) is to train a diverse group of intellectually gifted students to become physician-scientists and leaders in the global effort to preserve and restore human health. Please learn more about the University, our Program and students through this site. We are happy to answer your questions about our Program, students and the physician-scientist career track; feel free to contact us at via the information listed at the bottom of this page.
NIH Individual Fellowships
The National Institutes of Health (NIH) offers competitive individual predoctoral fellowships to students during their graduate studies. Six University of Minnesota MSTP students currently hold NIH fellowships awarded by various institutes within the organization. A full list of current U of MN MSTP fellowship awardees can be found after the jump.
Residency match day for U of MN MSTP 2013 graduates
Congratulations to the 2013 MSTP Graduates Mithun Shenoi, Hemant Joshi, and Michelle Hamline, who received information on which residency programs they will continue their training upon graduation in May. This year's graduates are pictured above along with MSTP Director Yoji Shimizu and MSTP Assistant Director Pete Bitterman at the U of MN Medical School Match Day Ceremony on March 15, 2013.