Jennifer Koski from the Post-Bulletin recently had the pleasure of talking to the woman who bought Sister Antoine’s desk. Sister Antoine died in February at 104 years old and was the last surviving sister to have worked with the Mayo Brothers.
Nikola Baumann, Ph.D., Director of the Central Clinical Laboratory and Central Processing Laboratory at Mayo Clinic, was recently featured in CAP Today about biotin interference. According to findings of a Mayo Clinic study, biotin use is not rare, and don’t count on it being listed in the patient’s electronic medical record.
Joseph Parisi, M.D., and Bobbi Pritt, M.D., have both received the 2018 Distinguished Educator Award. The award honors Mayo Clinic staff members who have made substantial and continued contributions to Mayo’s educational mission.
A program that connects patients with writers, visual artists, and musicians at Mayo Clinic offers a type of care that has nothing to do with tests or treatments.
Sean Pittock, M.D., and Andrew McKeon, M.B., B.Ch., M.D., were featured in a Post Bulletin series about autoimmune neurology disorders and the research and services that Mayo Clinic offers patients.
Justin Kreuter, M.D., Medical Director of Mayo Clinic’s Blood Donor Program, discusses the importance of giving blood during the winter season on KAAL TV (channel 6 ABC news).
Maria Alice Willrich, Ph.D., Consultant in the Department of Laboratory Medicine and Pathology, and Paula Ladwig, Development Tech Coordinator, at Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minnesota, authored an article in Clinical Laboratory News on mass spectrometry applications for monoclonal antibody therapeutics.
Maria Alice Willrich, Ph.D., Consultant in the Department of Laboratory Medicine and Pathology at Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minnesota, authored an article in Clinical Laboratory News on a new role for clinical laboratories in monitoring therapeutic monoclonal antibodies.
The importance of blood and organ donation has always been apparent to ICU nurse Jenny MacIntyre. But when her daughter was born more than three months early, her appreciation for donors grew.
Ravinder Singh, Ph.D., Director of the Mayo Clinic Endocrine Laboratory, in Rochester, Minnesota, shares his story about growing up in India and practicing Sikhism.
Hearing that there was a shortage of buglers to play taps at military funerals, Mark Wentz learned the instrument so he can honor military veterans with the traditional bugle call.
Allan Jaffe, M.D., Consultant and Chair of Mayo Clinic’s Division of Clinical Core Laboratory Services, with a joint appointment in the Division of Cardiovascular Diseases, has received the Reviewer of the Year Award from the prestigious European Heart Journal.
The College of American Pathologists Board of Governors has selected Manish Gandhi, M.D., as the Vice Chair of the CAP Histocompatibility and Identity Testing Committee.