For those who knew him, Bernard Queneau was a shining, smiling example of how to make the most of your life. When he died on December 7 at 102,…
In the summer of 2014, SPH student Michelle Gin led a group of doctors, medical students and other health professionals on a two-week, 800km bicycle journey across Kazakhstan. Participants…
The final report on a School of Public Health study investigating the health of Minnesota’s taconite industry workers shows an association between mining dust exposure and cases of a…
The University of Minnesota has joined an international partnership of schools to combat zoonotic diseases, like Ebola, under a new five-year, $50 million award. The initiative, called One Health…
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