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A team researching polycystic kidney disease at Mayo Clinic aims to help clinicians predict the disease before it starts and develop new medications.
A Wisconsin man with chronic lymphocytic leukemia was out of therapeutic options. CAR-T cell therapy and a clinical trial put his disease in remission and gave him new hope for the future.
Mayo Clinic grad students are instilling a love of science in the next generation by serving as mentors in Rochester, Minnesota, middle and high schools.
Vesna Garovic, M.D., Ph.D., has dedicated her career to studying preeclampsia. Her research could lead to new therapeutics and is already informing guidelines for women at risk.
A Navajo college student enrolled in a Mayo undergraduate research training program wants to help women and children in her community live healthier lives.
Mark Lewis is an advocate for participating in clinical trials. He hopes to inspire others to join clinical trials for "the greater good."
Meet three Mayo Clinic research pharmacists working to investigate new pharmaceuticals and drugs as key members of multidisciplinary research teams.
Clinical research coordinators are often a patient's first point of contact in the research process and play a central role in the successful execution of clinical trials.
A community health advocate offers suggestions for researchers looking to improve diversity and inclusivity in clinical trials.
Graduate student Matthew Baker spent two months away from his research at the lab bench to learn about the logistics of clinical trials as well as the process of building long-term relationships with patient participants.