Medical Bulletin | Fall 2008
As they help more children conquer cancer, University physicians are also identifying and managing the spectrum of health challenges these survivors tend to encounter as adults.
Stroke Center’s rapid response pays off when every minute counts.
Outstanding MCAT scores and GPAs still count, but these days, proof of one’s compassion weighs heavily for admission.
Medical School News
- BMT therapy sets course for curing fatal skin disease
- Childhood cancer survivors face higher risk of serious heart problems as adults
- Breaking new ground in cures and care for kids
- Top physiology researcher joins Medical School
- University children’s hospital ranks high nationally
- University researchers launch clinical trial for type 1 diabetes
- Medical School names new associate dean for primary care
- Program of Mortuary Science receives a historic gift as it turns 100
- New Medical Devices Center opens
- U medical student wins Minority Scholar Award
- Alumni Spotlight: Arthur Aufderheide wraps up a career in paleopathology
- Class of ’58 alumnus Jerrold Johnson pens award-winning children’s book about dying
- Alumnus Leo Furcht’s book provides a layperson’s look at stem cell issues
- Mentoring program pays off for students and physicians
- Alumnus, cystic fibrosis expert Warren Warwick receives U’s outstanding service award
- Dedicated Medical School alumni Neal Gault and Eugene Ollila receive service awards
- Honoring Duluth Campus medical legends and leaders
- In memoriam