Medical Bulletin | Fall 2006
State-of-the-art facilities are drawing world-renowned leaders in biomedical research as the University aims for the top.
New chair Selwyn Vickers, M.D., intends to build on the Department of Surgery’s strong research foundation.
Dean Deborah Powell, M.D., explains why federal budget cuts threaten the Center of American Indian and Minority Health, and how the Medical School plans to fight back.
Medical School News
- Becky Malkerson named MMF’s new president and CEO
- Medical School - Duluth department head named ‘Rural Health Hero’
- University hospital again ranks among nation’s best
- University researcher honored for contributions to Alzheimer’s breakthroughs
- Smoking studies examine quitting rates in African Americans
- Researchers find new compounds to help shrink tumors
- Medical School gets new director of admissions
- Medical student receives presidential award
- Minimally invasive techniques show success in cardiac repair with stem cells
- Alumni Spotlight: Stuart Bloom
- Quadruple the impact
- Making memories at Alumni Reunion Weekend 2006
- Reunion Weekend moves to September
- In memoriam
A Look Back
- Walking history: One woman’s heart condition is repaired with two very different procedures—63 years apart