Faculty

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It’s simply a fact: our faculty represent some of the best and the brightest in the medical field. 

The University of Minnesota Medical School is home to 1,600 faculty physicians and scientists and almost 1,000 residents and fellows.

Some battle Alzheimer’s disease by combating the proteins that disrupt brain function. Others develop new stem cell lines capable of being modified and transformed into heart, skin and pancreatic cells.

Some concentrate on new targeted cancer therapies. Still others unlock ways to grow new organs that will revolutionize transplantation.

All focus on training the next generation of medical professionals who will change how healthcare is delivered.

Whether you’re a current faculty member or a visitor searching for a particular expert, we can help you find the information you need.

 


If you’re a visitor looking for a faculty member

This is the place to find:

  • contact information for a faculty physician
  • the chair of a particular department or program
  • information about a specific program , department, or center

Use the directory to the right.

If you’re a Medical School faculty member

This is the place to find:

  • opportunities to collaborate with other researchers in the school
  • the latest information on the promotion and tenure process at the University
  • Faculty Advisory Committee meeting updates
  • research and funding opportunities, and more

Use the links in the upper right to locate information important to you.

 

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For an estimated 9 to 24 percent of the U.S. population, sleep apnea saps them of strength and impacts their functioning on a daily basis. The chronic condition is a serious one: if left unmanaged, sleep apnea can lead to an increased risk of heart disease, stroke and death.

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The newest addition to the U of M’s Biomedical Discovery District (BDD) – our Cancer/Cardiovascular Building – continues to progress toward completion. By relocating researchers to the new facility, both Lillehei Heart Institute and Masonic Cancer Center researchers will capitalize on existing partnerships while expanding into the type of laboratory space required for a new era of scientific discovery.

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