Medical Bulletin | Winter 2009
The Center for Magnetic Resonance Research, soon to house the world’s strongest magnet, is pushing the technology’s limits.
Biomedical invention thrives at the University’s Institute for Engineering in Medicine, where scientists are finding better ways to tune up the ultimate machine.
A yin-yang dynamic makes the Student National Medical Association copresidents more effective as they combat health disparities.
Medical School News
- U of M receives $40 million for type 1 diabetes research
- Cerebral malaria may be a major cause of brain injury in African children
- Prostate cancer researcher receives Young Investigator Award
- Physicians recognized for global engagement
- Researcher gets Gates grant for HIV stem cell research
- Cancer rates high among American Indians of Minnesota, Northern Plains
- Psychiatry professor honored by APF
- Mondale on medicine: First and foremost, establish trust
- UMPhysicians joins new cardiology partnership
- Alzheimer’s researcher awarded new EUREKA grant
- University gives record flu vaccinations in a day
- Alumni Spotlight: David Wallinga: Creating a healthier environment for children
- Gerald Hill: Doctor, mentor, leader
- Renewing medical school connections
- Call for award nominations: celebrating outstanding alumni achievements
- Former dean was committed to students, international collaboration
- Remembering a trusted adviser
- In memoriam