Even if cancer treatment is successful, many survivors deal with an entirely new set of issues ranging from physical side effects like heart problems or second cancers to emotional and financial... Read more
Matching the makeup of one’s cancer to the therapy best equipped to stop it—an approach known as personalized medicine—drives U chemical engineering faculty member Ben Hackel, Ph.D., to do the work... Read more
"The role of universities in advancing human health and health care is more urgent than ever. We must continue the push for new discoveries, breakthroughs, and cures. The Minnesota Masons and Stars are an integral part of this work at the University of Minnesota. Their passion, generosity, and relentless commitment pushes us all forward, enabling us to pursue the most audacious goals and, ultimately, save countless lives."
—Brooks Jackson, M.D., M.B.A.,
Dean of the Medical School, Vice President of Health Sciences