Cara Herbers, in mask, talks to people at the 2021 Minnesota State Fair.
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From rink to research

Grad student and ex-hockey player Cara Herbers designs technology to pinpoint balance problems in Parkinson’s disease patients.

Students with laptops in a classroom setting
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Biostatistics goes to high school

Through a School of Public Health partnership with St. Paul Public Schools, ninth grade students are exposed to data science via an interactive (and dare-we-say-fun) curriculum.

 

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Portrait of Professor David Boulware next to stock image of a vaccine.
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COVID drug treatments

University of Minnesota Medical School expert David Boulware speaks about the relevance and impact of drug treatment for COVID-19

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Students with laptops in a classroom setting
Feature

Biostatistics goes to high school

Through a School of Public Health partnership with St. Paul Public Schools, ninth grade students are exposed to data science via an interactive (and dare-we-say-fun) curriculum.

 

Marti DeLiema
Talking with U of M

Talking aging family planning with U of M

Marti DeLiema Ph.D., an assistant professor in the College of Education and Human Development, shares tips on how older adults can have meaningful conversations with adult family members. 

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