Seeing His Wife for the First Time

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

U of M health sciences researchers voice support for medical school investment at State Capitol

Top U of M health sciences researchers to testify before Senate Higher Education April 14

New evidence supports success of fecal transplants in treatment of Clostridium difficile infection

Research published in the open access journal Microbiome offers new evidence for the success of fecal microbial transplantation (FMT) in treating severe Clostridium difficile infection (CDI), a growing problem worldwide that leads to thousands of fatalities every year.

Implementation team formed to advance University of Minnesota human subjects research protection program

The University of Minnesota has established the team charged with overseeing plans to advance the University’s human subjects protection program. The team will focus on how to implement a set of independent review panel recommendations for strengthening the University’s human subjects research practices, especially those involving people with limited decision making capacity.

Stopping Pandemics

The U of M is bringing together experts across disciplines, politics, tribes, and borders to stop global outbreaks before they start.

Birth of the New Medicine

With innovative therapies that enable the body to heal itself, U of M researchers are looking for cures for everything from diabetes to dementia.

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

A blue-tinted

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.

U Commits to Improve Human Subjects Research Program

Research suggests using neuroscience in law may face political resistance