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September 28th, 2017

Bridge to Liver Regeneration: Scott Nyberg, M.D., Ph.D.

By Jennifer Schutz jenniferschutz

The research of Scott Nyberg, M.D., Ph.D., Mayo Clinic liver transplant surgeon and biomedical engineer, is focusedon the development of a multidisciplinary bioartificial liver to improve the treatment of patients with liver failure. The bioartificial liver is an important supportive therapy to bridge patients in liver failure to liver transplantation, or to avoid liver transplantation when […]

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Tags: artificial liver, Center for Regenerative Medicine, M.D., Ph.D., Regenerative Medicine Minnesota, Scott Nybert, stem cells


August 18th, 2014

Scientists As Caregivers

By Bob Nellis bobnellis

Not long ago I had the pleasure of witnessing one of those not infrequent moments around here, when patients get together with caregivers to say thank you. Patients and their families find different ways of doing this, from cards and letters to homemade gifts as well as hugs and shout outs on social media. And […]

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Tags: biomedical research, M.D., measles virus, multiple myeloma, oncolytic virus, Ph.D., Stacy Erholtz, Stephen Russell


May 6th, 2014

Mayo Clinic Rheumatologist Joins Rheumatology Research Foundation Leadership

By Bob Nellis bobnellis

  A Mayo Clinic rheumatologist  has been named vice president of the Rheumatology Research Foundation, a nonprofit organization that funds research and training to advance the treatment of rheumatic diseases. As vice president, Eric Matteson, M.D. , rheumatology chair at Mayo in Rochester, Minn., will serve on the foundation’s board of directors for two years. Dr. […]

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Tags: American College of Rheumatology, Eric Matteson, M.D., research, rheumatology, Rochester


March 27th, 2014

Gregory Gores, M.D., Receives 2014 AGA Distinguished Mentor Award

By anonymous-49785 anonymous-49785

Congratulations to Gregory Gores, M.D., who recently received the 2014 American Gastroenterological Association (AGA) Distinguished Mentor Award. Dr. Gores is the current Executive Dean for Research at Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minn., responsible for the leadership and management of all Mayo research centers, divisions, programs, and other research activity. In assuming this role, Dr. Gores […]

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Tags: AGA, American Gastroenterological Association, award, Distinguished Mentor Award, Executive Dean for Research, gastroenterology, GI, Greg Gores, M.D., mentor, people, research


August 9th, 2012

Getting the full picture of MGUS

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Robert Kyle, M.D., is a pioneer in the study of blood disorders. His work documenting patient histories, archiving blood samples and observing vast numbers of patients with plasma cell proliferative disorders has greatly contributed to the understanding these conditions and changed the practice of medicine. Dr. Kyle’s work has led to the classification of these disorders into groups: Benign — monoclonal […]

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Tags: M.D., Mayo Clinic ProceedingsX MGUSX multiple myeloma, MGUS, plasma cell proliferative disorders, Robert Kyle


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