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March 8, 2022

A premier clinical researcher on smoking and tobacco

By Advancing the Science contributor Advancing the Science contributor (@advancingthescience)

This article is part of a series honoring recipients of the 2021 Mayo Clinic Distinguished Alumni Award. This award is given in recognition of exceptional contributions of Mayo Clinic Alumni to medicine, including, research, education, practice and administration. The individuals receiving the award have often been recognized nationally or internationally in their fields. These articles […]

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Tags: Distinguished Alumni 2021, Mayo Clinic School of Graduate Medical Education, Nicotine Dependence Center, Richard Hurt, tobacco cessation


February 22, 2022

A translational research leader

By Advancing the Science contributor Advancing the Science contributor (@advancingthescience)

This article is part of a series honoring recipients of the 2021 Mayo Clinic Distinguished Alumni Award. This award is given in recognition of exceptional contributions of Mayo Clinic Alumni to medicine, including, research, education, practice and administration. The individuals receiving the award have often been recognized nationally or internationally in their fields. These articles […]

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Tags: cardiology, cardiorenal homeostasis, cardiovascular disease, Distinguished Alumni 2021, John Burnett Jr., Mayo Clinic School of Graduate Medical Education


November 4, 2021

Florida duo nails it

By Advancing the Science contributor Advancing the Science contributor (@advancingthescience)

Editor’s Note: This article is the third in the Young Innovators series, originally published in Mayo Clinic’s Alumni Magazine. Each article features Mayo Clinic trainee inventors and explores their journeys as biomedical entrepreneurs. All of these trainees say their goal was to improve health care for patients. When she was an orthopedics resident in her […]

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Tags: Alligator Tank, Christine Mehner, entrepreneurship, Marion Turnbull, Mayo Clinic Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences, Mayo Clinic School of Graduate Medical Education, Mayo Clinic Ventures, medical innovation, medical research, Office of Entrepreneurship, orthopedic surgery, Walleye Tank


June 21, 2021

Mayo Clinic Research in the news — 6/21/2021

By Advancing the Science contributor Advancing the Science contributor (@advancingthescience)

Mayo Clinic research and faculty experts were in the news this week on managing life after COVID-19 and vaccine-related questions, as well as migraine, hiccups, the state of HIV research and more. Nervous about resuming activities? How to manage ‘COVID transition anxiety’  Star Tribune, 6/17/2021 We asked Reese Druckenmiller, a therapist with Mayo Clinic Health […]

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Tags: Andrew Badley, animal model, arthritis, artificial intelligence, Ashima Makol, breast cancer, cancer, cardiology, cost of care, COVID-19, David Dodick, David Nestler


December 7, 2020

Mayo Clinic Research in the news — 12/7/2020

By Elizabeth Zimmermann Elizabeth Zimmermann (@elizabethzimmermann)

Lots of chatter last week on COVID-19 and the pending arrival of a vaccine(s). Our researchers and clinicians agree that vaccines are a useful part of our toolbox for fighting infectious disease, and have high hopes for effective reduction of the risks of COVID-19 through widespread vaccination. Other research that made the top of the […]

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Tags: Alfredo Quinones-Hinojosa, Alzheimer's disease, artificial intelligence, cancer, Center for the Science of Health Care Delivery, clinical trials, COVID-19, dementia, Erin Barreto, Gregory Poland, infectious disease, Kern Health Care Delivery Scholars


September 10, 2020

Health disparities curricula an “opportunity to be seized upon” in resident training

By Caitlin Doran Caitlin Doran (@caityrosey)

A study recently published in the Journal of the American Medical Association points to a significant opportunity to improve health disparities training provided to medical residents in U.S. internal medicine programs. Researchers from Mayo Clinic and other academic medical centers examined a data set that merged two national survey samples from 2015: internal medicine program […]

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Tags: Center for Health Equity and Community Engagement Research, Denise Dupras, general internal medicine, health disparities, health equity, Mark Wieland, Mayo Clinic School of Graduate Medical Education


March 12, 2020

How a childhood goal of advocating for the sick led to medical school and beyond

By Advancing the Science contributor Advancing the Science contributor (@advancingthescience)

Unrealistic. Selfish. Impossible. The words were lobbed at Waleed Gibreel, M.B.B.S., who has lived in the margins of two powerful forces that shaped him — his dream of becoming a top-flight surgeon and his reality of growing up in war-torn Sudan. “I knew as a child that my ultimate goal was to be a doctor, no […]

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Tags: Abdalla Zarroug, diversity, Mayo Clinic School of Graduate Medical Education, Michael Sarr, pediatric surgery, plastic surgery, research, research education, surgery, team science, Waleed Gibreel


February 13, 2020

Embracing clinical research with ‘both feet and hands’

By Caitlin Doran Caitlin Doran (@caityrosey)

Adrian Vella, M.D., says medical careers run like a hereditary condition in his family. “My father is a physician, my brother is a surgeon, and there are lots of medical people on my mother’s side as well.” So it was almost inevitable that, from an early age, he thought about becoming a physician as well. […]

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Tags: Adrian Vella, Center for Clinical and Translational Science, clinical research, clinical trials, diabetes, endocrinology, Henry Schultz, K Sreekumaran Nair, Mayo Clinic School of Graduate Medical Education, Michael Jensen, Robert Rizza


September 10, 2019

Mayo fellow already an internationally recognized expert on celiac disease

By Advancing the Science contributor Advancing the Science contributor (@advancingthescience)

Alberto Rubio Tapia, M.D., was a fellowship-trained gastroenterologist in Mexico. He came to Mayo Clinic in 2006 to gain research experience. “My institution in Mexico City, National Institute of Medical Sciences and Nutrition (Salvador Zubiran), has a long tradition in clinical and research training collaboration with Mayo Clinic, so I was familiar with Mayo,” says […]

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Tags: Alberto Rubio Tapia, celiac disease, gastroenterology, Joseph Murray, Laura Raffals, Mayo Clinic School of Graduate Medical Education


September 5, 2019

If it isn’t broken, why fix it? Advancements in multiple myeloma diagnosis.

By Advancing the Science contributor Advancing the Science contributor (@advancingthescience)

The standard laboratory test to diagnose multiple myeloma dates back to the Eisenhower administration. Research at Mayo Clinic spearheaded by David Murray, M.D., Ph.D., and fueled by his experience as an industrial chemist has led to a new assay to screen and diagnose the disease. Lacking in speed and specificity Despite gargantuan leaps in medicine […]

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Tags: amyloidosis, Angela Dispenzieri, blood cancer, collaboration, David Barnidge, David Murray, hematology, Mayo Clinic Cancer Center, Mayo Clinic Laboratories, Mayo Clinic School of Graduate Medical Education, MGUS, multiple myeloma


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