Minnesota’s 150-year commitment to the health and well-being of its residents and
communities has propelled a quality of life that is second to none. The University of
Minnesota Academic Health Center (AHC) and its constituent disciplines have played a
vital role over the years in building on this essential value. It is the sole institution in the
state capable of steadfastly transforming cutting edge health research into innovative
clinical and community applications, professional education, and public outreach. It has
been central in sustaining Minnesota’s vision of itself as one of the healthiest places in
the nation and the world in which to live, work, and play.
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Shaping and Sustaining Minnesota's Health: A New Covenant to Guide Health Education, Research, and Outreach (Preliminary Draft).
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Tobbell, Dominique A.; Weckwerth, Vernon (University of Minnesota, 2010-12-14)
Vernon Weckwerth begins his interview by discussing his upbringing during the Great Depression near the Red River Valley of Minnesota, his early education, and the rather circuitous route he took to the University of ...
Martin (Marty) LaVenture received his BS in Natural Science from St. John’s University in Collegeville, Minnesota in 1973, and a Masters in Public Health in Epidemiology in 1976 and Ph.D. in Health Informatics in 2004 from ...
Tobbell, Dominique A.; Stauffer, Lee (University of Minnesota, 2010-12-08)
Lee Stauffer begins by discussing his background, including his education and employment history. He describes his experiences working for Gaylord Anderson, becoming dean of the UMN School of Public Health, working as a ...