Faculty

On average, men have a shorter life expectancy compared to women, and live with more diseases and illnesses. Contributing factors include reluctance of men to seek health care advice and treatment as well as, in general, unhealthy lifestyle factors.

Four faculty members were featured in the latest edition of MetroDoctors, which focuses on advancements in Dermatology.

Last week, Mpls.St.Paul Magazine announced the 2019 edition of “Top Doctors, Rising Stars,” which recognized 86 University of Minnesota Medical School faculty members.

New research could improve hearing for deaf people who cannot sufficiently benefit from traditional treatment.

New study shows significantly less swelling after ultrasound treatment.

When it came to choosing a career, Angela Woosley knew she wanted to do something that combined her father's caringness as a pastor and her mother's skills and compassion as a nurse.

Dr. Lou answered several questions ranging from symptoms and screenings to treatments for colorectal cancer.

Ann Van de Winckel, PhD, MSPT, PT, has always held a passion for helping people. She first explored this route through physical therapy, knowing from the start that performing invasive procedures herself was not an interest of hers.

Her study found that those who received combined motor enhancing treatments had significantly improved hand function while also having very few if any side effects.

UMN Medical School Experts Update 2014 Guidelines for the Management of Patients With Atrial Fibrillation (AFib).

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