Please join us for our inaugural Interprofessional Discussion Healthcare Ethics Conference, established by the University of Minnesota Medical School, Duluth Campus, Department of Family Medicine and BioBehavioral Health.
Awards recognize physicians who have made outstanding contributions to their communities.
When Vainio tells young Native Americans that they can overcome cultural barriers and succeed in medicine and other professions, he can point to himself as a prime example. Read more.
Get to know Dr. Paul Tonkin, medical director of robotic surgery at Essentia Health in Duluth and UMN Medical School alumnus.
Dr. Rebecca Shlafer (Assistant Professor, Department of Pediatrics) featured on the National Institutes of Health Director's Blog for her volunteer work on behalf of neglected and abused children.
The American Medical Women’s Association (AMWA) has recently launched a new exhibition, Women Physicians in World War I. This feature highlights the various contributions of women physicians during this important period in U.S. History. Dr. Nellie O. Barsness-- one of Minnesota's first women physicians, and a University of Minnesota Medical School graduate, is featured. She received her degree from the Medical School in 1902, and went on to intern at Luther Hospital in St. Paul.