All Articles: Outreach

Dr. David Ferguson & the Mini Med School Logo

Medicinal Chemistry’s Prof. David Ferguson is sharing his expertise in the upcoming Mini Medical School event sponsored by the Office of Academic Clinical Affairs

Caitlin Lichtenfels

Lichtenfels was named a Leader in the Promotion of Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, and Respect by the American Chemical Society (ACS).

Group photo

On June 15th and 16th, the UMN College of Pharmacy hosted 21 pharmacists from the 2023 cohort of the Applied Pharmacogenomics for the Healthcare Workforce program for a workshop targeting pharmacists working in rural and/or underserved communities.

The Steam Team in a group photo

The Department of Medicinal Chemistry's STEAM Team attended a science-focused poster session hosted by Thomas Edison High School as part of a continued outreach program that focuses on student mentoring in the sciences.

Tabitha Peterson holding a trophy

We caught up with 2015 alumna and Team USA Curling athlete, Tabitha Peterson, before she embarked on a journey to her second Winter Olympics. Read more about her journey and how these games will be different

Empty Theater

The University of Minnesota Center for Orphan Drug Research and the Department of Theater Arts and Dance are collaborating to develop a new production focused on bringing attention to those diagnosed with a rare disease.

Two University of Minnesota students presenting information

University of Minnesota (UMN) College of Pharmacy (Twin Cities) and UMN Medical School (Duluth) faculty, students, and staff teamed together at the 2021 Minnesota State Fair to ask Minnesotans about their beliefs and perceptions regarding the innovative science of pharmacogenomics (PGx).

a hand pulling medication from a pharmacy shelf

The University of Minnesota College of Pharmacy and Kailos Genetics, a HudsonAlpha Institute for Biotechnology resident company, have established a pharmacogenetic testing and internship program.

Group of scientists wearing protective gear

The University of Minnesota has received a $1 million philanthropic investment from the Otto Bremer Trust to establish mobile healthcare services in communities that lack access to medical care because of COVID-19, civil unrest related to racial injustice as well as economic and other factors.