University of Minnesota President Joan Gabel has awarded School of Public Health Lecturer Marta Shore the 2023 President’s Award for Outstanding Service, one of the highest honors the U of M bestows on its faculty and staff.
With funding from the Patient Centered Outcomes Research Institute (PCORI), SPH researchers will design a model that reduces hospital readmissions by providing more accurate and personalized descriptions of patient health risk.
School of Public Health (SPH) Assistant Professor of Biostatistics Sandra Safo received a 2023 McKnight Land-Grant Professorship, one of the most selective faculty awards at the University of Minnesota.
The Gerontologist is a peer-reviewed publication of GSA, the nation’s oldest and largest interdisciplinary organization devoted to research, education, and practice in the field of aging.
The Genomic Data Commons will provide a local genomic data hub and set of analytic tools that will be useful for a variety of researchers throughout the University of Minnesota
Assistant Professor Sandra Safo received a grant from the NIH to develop methods and software for combining data from multiple sources that could identify potential molecular targets — or “biomarkers” — of disease, and identify disease subtypes.