Tears streamed down Teri Douglas’ face as she joined the full Northrop Auditorium of students, faculty, researchers and family members of the people who chose to donate their bodies through the University of Minnesota Anatomy Bequest Program. The Service of Gratitude, which took place on Nov. 8, is an annual memorial put on by the University of Minnesota Anatomy Bequest Program which honors the individuals who donate their bodies to science. Douglas lost her wife, Colleen “Cookie” DuPay, in late September 2017 to idiopathic pulmonary fibrosis, a lung condition that has no cure. After hearing from a family member who donated, the couple signed up to be whole body donors a few years earlier.
Thousands of people gathered to celebrate the annual 2017 Pride Parade in downtown Minneapolis on Hennepin Avenue Sunday. The beginning of the Pride Parade on Sunday June, 25 was interrupted by protesters.
University of Minnesota researchers found that some drug manufacturers take too much time to report serious drug side effects to the U.S.
After students in the University of Minnesota’s School of Public Health requested more classes in health disparities and health equity last spring, officials realized they needed someone with expertise in the field. Starting this fall, American Indian publ
When University of Minnesota neurosurgeon Dr.
Three University of Minnesota East Bank campus buildings were shut down Wednesday morning after construction workers hit a four-inch gas pipe, causing a leak.
When states enforce stricter alcohol policies and driving laws, experts say the combination can cut the number of drunken drivers on the roads. In a joint study between the University of Minnesota’s School of Public Health and Boston University released ea