Health and Medicine

A blue-tinted

University of Minnesota selected as hub for NIH program to accelerate new inventions to the market

The National Institutes of Health has chosen the U of M as one of three Research Evaluation and Commercialization Hub sites to help commercialize and transfer technology in biomedical and life sciences.

James Kelm standing with nurses and doctors using his bionic eye for the fist time.

Seeing His Wife for the First Time

Legally blind for more than 20 years, James Kelm had never seen his wife, Kimberley. That changed when U doctors gave the Duluth pastor a bionic eye.

Cynthia Cattell stands looking into the sunlight.

Cancer in the Crosshairs

A new drug developed at the U of M targets cancer cells while leaving healthy ones undisturbed. Physics professor Cynthia Cattell knows how well it works: It saved her life.

Health, Dental, and Veterinary Care

Health Care

Through University of Minnesota Health, you have access to breakthrough health care at hospitals and clinics throughout the Twin Cities and greater Minnesota.

Dental Care

Receive general and specialty dental care through University of Minnesota Dental Clinics.

Veterinary Care

Find medical care for your pet through the Veterinary Medical Center.

Student Health Resources

Health Service

In the heart of the University of Minnesota Twin Cities campus, Boynton Health Service provides primary and urgent care; mental health services; dental and eye clinics; a pharmacy; women's health care; physical and massage therapy; and health promotions such as flu shots and nutrition services.

Health Benefits

Eligible U of M students are automatically enrolled in a health benefits plan. Learn all about your health benefits.

Other Student Resources

Recreation and Wellness

The University offers students a wide variety of options for keeping fit and healthy.

Health Sciences Education

If you seek an undergraduate, graduate, or professional degree in a health science, learn about the University of Minnesota’s education and training:

Find out how U of M research in the health sciences is transforming areas like organ transplants, cancer treatments, and disease prevention.