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This conference will explore the scope of the problem and bring together a multidisciplinary audience of community members. Space is limited and registration is required.
Contact Hank Jensen at firstname.lastname@example.org or (612)554-9902
This training will begin with an overview from 1-2pm on file management using Google Drive, Team Drive, and Box. From 2-4pm the training will become a working lab for attendees to ask questions and work on their own projects. Bring your laptop!
This event will unite researchers and physicians for a half day of interdisciplinary networking and research dissemination. This year's conference theme is "Determinants of Women's Health". Registration is open until Sept 20th and costs $15.
This annual conference explores the current state of Indigenous and academic scientific knowledge about Native nutrition and food science. Topics include intergenerational health, agriculture and nutrition, recovering from historical trauma, etc.
Presented by Chenguang Wang, PhD, Post-Doctoral Associate, and Manish Mishra, PhD, Post-Doctoral Associate, Department of Pharmaceutics, University of Minnesota-Twin Cities
Convene aims to navigate the tension that emerges when artificial intelligence meets human intelligence. Bringing together university research and the medical community, we’ll explore the unique trends that are shaping this multifaceted industry.
Join us for a day of sessions focused on total worker health with topics pertaining to the benefits of work-life balance. Keynote speaker, Andy Core, will discuss thriving in the workplace and beyond. Free event for UMN. Registration required.
Towards a Midazolam Nasal Spray
Presented by Davin Rautiola, Graduate Student
Top 10 Papers That Influenced My Practice
Presenter: Christopher Fallert, MD
The objective of this year’s conference is to provide actionable guidance to healthcare professionals across four key topics.
- Opioid and marijuana use
- Burnout among healthcare professionals
- Diversity and inclusion
- Personality-level dysfunction
Development of Drugs for Intrathecal Delivery: Present and Future
Presented by Tony L. Yaksh, PhD, Professor, Departments of Anesthesiology and Pharmacology, University of California, San Diego
Hosted by the Center for Global Health and Social Responsibility, this annual competition brings together graduate students, undergraduate students, and coaches from multiple disciplines to propose solutions to global health challenges.
Drug Delivery to the Brain: Physiologic Considerations and the State-of-the-Art for Bypassing the CNS Barriers with Biologics
Presented by Robert G. Thorne, PhD, Assistant Professor, Pharmaceutical Sciences Division, University of Wisconsin-Madison
The Carlson School of Management and the Earl E. Bakken Center for Spirituality & Healing at the University of Minnesota are partnering to host a unique event on Mindful Leadership featuring expert faculty speakers and a panel of industry leaders.
Stabilizing Volatile Drugs by Crystal Engineering
Presented by Shenye Hu, Graduate Student
Food Matters for Health Professionals is a 2-day intensive workshop that includes classroom discussion and hands-on cooking in the kitchen. It will cover the role of food, lifestyle, and cooking in preventative health & wellbeing. Topics include diabetes and metabolic syndrome; inflammation and the gut; and eating styles. Full meals each day are included.
Phillip Moffitt, president and founder of Life Balance Institute, will lead attendees through a dynamic weekend of inquiry and the opportunity to learn essential life skills for meeting your changes and transitions with clarity, authenticity, and confidence.
Explore new strategies for the implementation of evidence-based best practices in student-centered healthcare. Register before October 8th to get the Early Rate!
National Kidney Foundation's annual CME event on Chronic Kidney Disease. The symposium will update primary care providers and other health professionals on best practices and for caring for patients with chronic kidney disease.
Application of Spherical Crystallization in Tablet Development
Presented by Hongbo Chen, Graduate Student
The program will feature international wellbeing expert and Center Director Dr. Mary Jo Kreitzer, and Minneapolis-based performer and author Dessa. There will also be an interactive Q&A moderated by MPR's Kate Moos.
A Systematic Evaluation of Two Poloxamers as Tablet Lubricant
Presented by Jiangnan Dun, Graduate Student
Impact of Subtle Structure Changes on Mechanical Properties of Crystals
Presented by Kunlin Wang, Graduate Student
The Influence of Drug-Excipient Interactions on the Physical Stability of Amorphous Pharmaceuticals
Presented by Kweku Konadu Amponsah-Efah, Graduate Student
Artificial Gut Simulator for Simultaneous Evaluation of Supersaturation and Absorption of BCS Class-II Drug Formulations
Presented by Krutika Harish Jain, Graduate Student
The Wallin Neuroscience Discovery Day is a daylong conference that highlights neuroscience research at the University of Minnesota. Dr. Huda Yahya Zoghbi, MD, from Baylor College of Medicine, will give the plenary lecture.
Rachel Hardeman (School of Public Health) tested a methodology called Public Health Critical Race Praxis that helps researchers remain attentive to issues of equity in their work.
Research by Ph.D. student Rebecca Kehm (School of Public Health) shows socioeconomic status accounted for 28 to 73 percent of the racial and ethnic survival disparity for some types of childhood cancer.
School of Public Health partners with Minneapolis on ground-breaking legislation to bring healthy foods to communities.
Hosted by the Center for Global Health and Social Responsibility each January, this annual competition brings together graduate, undergraduate students, and coaches from multiple disciplines to propose solutions to global health challenges
A study led by Rachel Hardeman (School of Public Health) found public health lacks a universal way of measuring structural racism and urges researchers to expand ways to quantify it for the study of its association with, and as a driver of, physical and mental health inequities.
Susan Mason (School of Public Health) found that, compared to full-term babies, preterm infants had 1.6 times the risk of being re-admitted to the hospital within the first year of life for an injury suggestive of maltreatment.
A study by Theresa Osypuk (School of Public Health) examined how a program that helps people pay rent in private housing influences adolescent drinking behavior.
The University of Minnesota Foundation's new issue of Discovery magazine features a unique research collaboration between Liz Pluhar, D.V.M., Ph.D. (College of Veterinary Medicine) and the Matthew Hunt, M.D (Medical School). The goal? Helping dogs and people facing brain tumors.
This program will provide a global health team-based learning experience with field observations in Mysuru, India. Through a combination of classroom-based activities and experiential learning, participants will learn about health in the Indian context, including methods of healthcare delivery, public health infrastructure, and the influence of social determinants.
A significant wave of funding has been released to help researchers prepare and implement studies, further the pipeline of next generation researchers and trainees, stimulate high-impact community research collaborations, advance early-translational technologies, and address important health issues.