The CAHP is an emerging statewide resource to address healthcare workforce shortages through developing signature academic partnerships linking UMN allied health programs with other programs in the state.
The mission of the Ambulatory Research Center (ARC) is to increase understanding and improve the treatment of mental disorders. To this end, the ARC will conduct a broad range of research studies including those examining the biological underpinnings of mental disorders as well as studying the effectiveness of different treatments.
The mission of the Center is to advance and disseminate knowledge concerning ethical issues in health care and the life sciences. The Center carries out this mission by conducting original interdisciplinary research, offering educational programs and courses, fostering public discussion and debate through community outreach activities, and assisting in the formulation of public policy.
The Bob Allison Ataxia Research Center is a comprehensive program for basic science research, clinical studies, and education in the disease of the nervous system that causes ataxia and related disorders.
The Brain Sciences Center, located at the Minneapolis VA Medical Center, is an interdisciplinary research institute, and training center, that focuses on the mechanisms underlying the active, dynamic brain in both health and disease.
The Rasmussen Center for Cardiovascular Disease Prevention was founded to offer a new, unique approach to anticipating and managing heart and artery disease, focusing on screening healthy individuals who may have risk factors (e.g.
The Clinical and Translational Science Institute (CTSI) of the University of Minnesota is improving health by accelerating science into practice. CTSI offers comprehensive research support for clinical investigators, educational and training opportunities for research teams, and connections to our communities.
The Center for Drug Design (CDD) is a distinctive, cutting edge research facility in the Academic Health Center of the University of Minnesota.
The University of Minnesota Genomics Center (UMGC) provides genomics research services committed to advancing genomics in Minnesota. The UMGC maintains and acquires state-of-the-art instrumentation and offers an array of services including sequencing, expression, genotyping, nucleic acid extraction and related support.
The Center for Global Health and Social Responsibility (CGHSR) is part of the Academic Health Center (AHC). Together with schools and colleges across the University we: