News & Events
The Healthy Foods, Healthy Lives institute funds new, interdisciplinary research projects that address community-identified priorities and affect systemic change in the realm of food, agriculture, and health. Spring 2018 RFPs are now available.
It’s not too late to reserve space at the beautiful new D2D Research Facility this summer. D2D is for faculty, students and staff U-wide to recruit from among 2 million fairgoers for on-site human-subjects research. Average enrollment is 154 per shift (range 35-386). One quarter of participants live outside the 11-county metro.
A ten-minute application is due March 1.
On January 18th, 2018, Microsoft updated its Office Suite. This update affected the third party application EndNote, specifically the Write and Cite function in Word 2016. Per Endnote recommendation, the only solution is to upgrade to EndNote 8x. Endnote has stated they will not patch Endnote 7x; therefore, an immediate upgrade to the software is necessary to avoid any down time.
Due to compliance requirements AHC-IS cannot undo Microsoft Updates.
Learn to make more delicious and nourishing food through Healthy Foods, Healthy Lives Institute’s Cooking for Wellness courses. Participants will prepare and enjoy a meal together during each class.
UMN employees are eligible for Wellness Points and a partial reimbursement through the Wellbeing Program.
Driven: The University of Minnesota Campaign is the U's first comprehensive campaign in more than a decade. Accelerating advances in health is one of the campaign’s priorities so the work we do in the AHC benefits directly from its success.
The Next Generation Network (NGN) project at the University of Minnesota will upgrade all components of the University's network, both wired and WiFi, over the next three years.
Join us as we chase down cancer! Chainbreaker includes a weekend of cycling, entertainment, and volunteerism. Register to ride. 100% of every dollar raised by riders, virtual riders and volunteers will go directly towards life-saving cancer research at the Masonic Cancer Center, University of Minnesota.
The strategic plan will guide the activities of the Academic Health Center Office of Communications as we work to advance the goals and priorities of each of our schools/colleges and centers while also supporting the broader goals of the University’s strategic plan.
Essential updates for primary care practitioners managing patients with challenging neurological conditions. This conference features talks from nationally and internationally recognized experts and hands-on workshops on stroke scale and neurological exam.