Stinson CUHCC legal partnership celebration

Celebrating 30 Years of the First Medical Legal Partnership in the U.S.

Last month, CUHCC and Stinson LLP celebrated the 30th anniversary of their ongoing partnership.
Tenzin Namdul

The Trajectory From TL1 Scholar to Health Care Leader

Tenzin Namdul, TMD, PhD, was recently appointed Director of the Tibetan Healing Initiative at the Bakken Center for Spirituality and Healing. From 2020 to 2022 he was a postdoctoral scholar in the TRACT TL1 Program at CTSI.
A doctor checks a patient's blood presure outside

Driven to Remove Barriers to Healthcare Access

Before getting involved with the Mobile Health Initiative (MHI), Drew Adamek was unfamiliar with this model of healthcare delivery.
Woman donates her blood in a street point in sub Saharan Africa

Assessment of Relevancy of Nurse Practitioner Entry-to-Practice Competencies in the Primary Health Care Systems of Sub-Saharan Africa

The family nurse practitioners role has been shown to increase access to quality, safe primary care for populations in need.
a woman in a cropped cardigan smiling on a beach.

Project REACH Highlight: Empowering Rural Communities with Equitable Access to Early Intervention for Children with Special Health Needs

Jodi Tervo Roberts advocates equitable access to early childhood intervention for special health needs in rural Minnesota.
two people in a clinical setting looking at a book

The Power of Language to Shape Health Outcomes

Language is a powerful tool. Not only as a form of expression, it can also be used to heal or harm.
 Two strong and brave nurse or patient hands holding together

Bringing Healthcare Services to People Who Most Need Them

Susan Molina became interested in mobile health for the unique opportunity to bring healthcare services to communities in need.
PREP Cohort

Twenty-Two Scholars Join CTSI’s 2023 Summer Research Training Programs

CTSI welcomes 22 undergraduate and professional health science students to its 2023 summer research training programs. 
Carolyn Bramante

Study from Former KL2 Scholar Shows Metformin Lowers the Risk of Getting Long COVID

In a new study published in The Lancet Infectious Diseases, a team of University of Minnesota researchers found that metformin, a drug commonly used to treat diabetes, prevents the development of long COVID.
Woman walking down dusty road in central Malawi

Achieving Gender Equality for Women Experiencing the Deepest Vulnerability

Gender-based violence is rooted in gender inequality and encompasses acts harmful to women that adversely affect their health outcomes.