Founded in 1888, the University of Minnesota Medical School educates students and graduate physicians, provides patient care, and performs biomedical and clinical research.
We offer medical, graduate and undergraduate degree programs, as well as continuing professional development. Our Medical School is one of the largest in the country, with two campuses based in the Twin Cities and Duluth, Minnesota. The Twin Cities campus is an interdisciplinary research center. Our Duluth campus educates 130 first and second-year medical students committed to practicing in rural or American Indian communities.
Our students are accomplished, graduating with an excellent education, high national board scores, and prestigious post-graduate training opportunities. They excel through innovative research, state-of-the-art training and applied learning at our affiliated hospitals and clinics across the state. Our Medical School has a network of more than 17,000 accomplished alumni who play an important role in improving the medical profession, changing public policy and advancing health care.
Our medical school is revered as a national research powerhouse, with more than 10 research centers and institutes. We have long been recognized for its pioneering and are a worldwide leader in family medicine, regenerative medicine, transplantation, global medicine, and basic science research.
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