The Bridges to the Baccalaureate Program matches community college students with mentors in Biomedical Sciences. Located on the Duluth Campus, it’s the only program of its kind in the Upper Midwest.
Paula M. Termuhlen, MD, is among a group of 91 esteemed surgeons from seven countries selected into membership in the new American College of Surgeons (ACS) Academy of Master Surgeon Educators.
A deeper look into meeting the challenges of indigenous dementia in Native American and rural communities.
Dr. Emily Onello is honored as a 2018 Community Star for her contributions and positive impact on rural lives.
A new report examines efforts to increase American Indian and Alaska Native students applying to and enrolling in medical school after years of slow and uneven growth.
Fueled by physician shortages, many rural health clinics have been forced to close their doors, requiring patients to drive further to receive the care they need.
The two-year grant will support community engagement and pilot research to develop a robust program of research focused on improving the lives of Indigenous persons with dementia and their families.
Jim Boulger, Ph.D., received the Academy's highest honor: honorary membership to the AAFP.
Dodging Bullets confronts the lasting legacy of America’s treatment of Native American people.
The call-in program returns this Thursday for its 37th Season on WDSE-TV.