Surgical CTO Spotlight

Surgical Clinical Trials Office is in the Spotlight.   Read more on the team whose approach to the management side of clinical research ensures that researchers themselves do not have to handle administrative, compliance and financial tasks but can instead concentrate on research.

Recent news & media coverage

Welcome Dr. Amy Reed

Amy Reed, MD

Amy B. Reed, MD, has been appointed Division Chief of Vascular Surgery and Director of Fairview Vascular Services.

Welcome Dr. Amit Bhargava to the Department of Surgery

Welcome Dr. Amit Bhargava

Dr Bhargava received his medical degree from the University of Wisconsin Medical School and trained in general surgery at New York Presbyterian Weill Cornell Medical Center.  He completed both a residency in cardiothoracic surgery and an advanced minimally invasive thoracic fellowship at the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center.  Dr.

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Congrats Dr. Hui!

Dr Jane Hui was named to this year's Mpls St. Paul Magazine list of "Rising Stars".

Additional Stories

Happy 100th Birthday to Ruth Lewis, the Widow of Dr. F. John Lewis!

by Mary E. Knatterud, PhD, department editor of scholarly manuscripts

New Clinical Trial at University of Minnesota Health Could Provide a "Functional Cure" for Type 1 Diabetes

University of Minnesota Health is one of three sites in North America conducting the ViaCyte clinical trial studying whether pancreatic progenitor cells, transplanted into a person with type 1 diabetes, can become cells that produce insulin naturally—effectively curing the disease.

David A. Rothenberger, MD as Senior Advisor for Physician Wellbeing

Dean Tolar has appointed David A. Rothenberger, MD as Senior Advisor for Physician Wellbeing, in which he will advise the Medical School’s leadership team on policies, programs and practices to help reduce physician burnout and increase physician faculty wellness a

Dr. Rothenberger leads national conversation burnout and suicide among physicians

Dr. Rothenberger Leads Conversation on Burnout

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TP-IAT gives Colton a chance at life without debilitating chronic pancreatitis