The Duluth Campus opened for medical students in 1972.
- Almost half (48%) of all Duluth alumni have selected Family Medicine as a specialty
- Over 40% of our alumni practice in communities with populations under 25,000
- We've graduated the second largest number of American Indian physicians in the nation
- Over 60% of our alumni practice medicine in Minnesota
- Over 65% of our alumni deliver primary care
Our original legislatively-set mission—to train excellent physicians to practice Family Medicine in rural and Native American communities—remains our goal. The Duluth campus is world renowned for its success in accomplishing this mission.
"Precision Medicine and Health Disparities Summit"
Monday, March 27, 2017
10 am to 4 pm
Open to the public
University of Minnesota Medical School, Duluth campus
The Precision Medicine and Health Disparities Summit will be held on March 27, and is presented by the Minnesota Precision Medicine Collaborative (MPMC), a Grand Challenges initiative. The aim of this summit is to share information and begin a discussion about use of precision medicine in Minnesota, particularly to transform health and advance equity. Attendees will have the opportunity, through plenary presentations and break-out sessions, to learn more about precision medicine, as well as to offer comments on MPMC initiatives. This summit is for staff with an interest in precision medicine or health disparities, those with perspectives from underserved communities.