From stem cells to surgical solutions, we search for treatments, preventions and cures for diabetes.
Interdisciplinary research means more breakthroughs, as we study and prevent global health threats.
From Alzheimer’s to movement disorders, we reduce the toll of brain diseases on patients and families.
Basic science and clinical studies combine, as we increase survival rates of some of the most deadly cancers.
Pioneers in early heart surgery, we discover new techniques, medications and devices to heal hearts.
The U's Center for Infectious Disease Research and Policy has been awarded $99,250 to conduct a Pandemic Influenza Business Sector Needs Assessment.
Collaboration between the Mayo Clinic and University of Minnesota launches a major medical research initiative.
Read how the U's "super scanners" will help make a new NIH project possible
Nelson Rhodus studies how DNA in cells in saliva may predict if a person is at risk for developing oral cancer in order to one day eliminate invasive biopsies.
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With immune systems resembling those of humans, zebrafish make excellent models for human health and disease research.
Today, the promise of research has never been greater for Americans. And this means hope for people around the globe.
How University researchers can measure biomarkers without invasive surgery
What can a centuries-old natural arthritis remedy mean for pancreatic cancer? A potential treatment.
When it comes to stopping cancer development, U researchers may be closer than you think.