MN-LHS Program Welcomes Third Cohort

Mona Rath | January 9, 2020

The Minnesota Learning Health System Mentored Career Development Program (MN-LHS) is pleased to welcome a third cohort of scholars to join the program on Jan. 21, 2020. The MN-LHS K12 scholar training program is one of 11 institutions funded by the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality (AHRQ) and the Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute (PCORI) to support the training of researchers to conduct patient-centered outcomes research within learning health systems. Additional support for MN-LHS scholars is offered by the University of Minnesota Office of Academic Clinical Affairs, in partnership with M Health Fairview.

Pawel Mroz, MD, PhD   Dr. Mroz is an Assistant Professor at the Department of Laboratory Medicine and Pathology at the University of Minnesota Medical School. He is actively involved in patient care by providing morphological, flow cytometry and molecular diagnoses for patients that seek care at M Health Fairview. Dr. Mroz’s research interests are focused on two areas: developing novel molecular assays for improved detection of minimal residual disease in hematologic patients, particularly droplet digital PCR; and development and implementation of pharmacogenomic testing within the M Health Fairview System and the State of Minnesota.

Surbhi Shah, MBBS   Dr. Shah is an Assistant Professor at the University of Minnesota Medical School. Her clinical and research interest focuses on non-malignant hematological disorders with a special interest in thrombosis and anticoagulation in high risk patients. Her current work focuses on creating a new model of system level anticoagulation stewardship to achieve optimal anticoagulant related health outcomes and minimize adverse events by application of evidence based medicine.


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