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On September 24, the National Institutes of Health awarded Mayo Clinic funding to serve as the new Metabolomics Research Core for the Undiagnosed Diseases Network. In this article, we explore the role of metabolomics in medicine at Mayo Clinic, both in research and in patient care. And we celebrate the role that Mayo Clinic plays as a leader in the science of metabolomics on a national and an international scale.

By Mayo Clinic Advancing the Science • November 6, 2018

Mayo Clinic’s Superior Drive Support Center’s annual community giving campaign was a success. The event included the always popular pumpkin-decorating contest, raffle items, and a bake sale. View this post to see the top two finishers in the pumpkin-decorating contest.

By Molly Dee • November 5, 2018

C. Terrence Dolan, M.D., recently received the 2018 Mayo Distinguished Alumni Award. The award acknowledges and shows appreciation for the exceptional contributions made by Mayo Clinic alumni to the field of medicine.

By Suzanne R. Ferguson • November 2, 2018

Vanda Lennon, M.D., Ph.D., recently received the 2018 Mayo Distinguished Alumni Award. The award acknowledges and shows appreciation for the exceptional contributions made by Mayo Clinic alumni to the field of medicine.

By Suzanne R. Ferguson • November 2, 2018

Parasites can be pretty: pretty cute, pretty awesome, and sometimes pretty creepy. This article is part one of a five-part series featuring some of Dr. Bobbi Pritt’s “freaky favorites,” ranked from 1 (not too scary) to 5 (bad-news bugs). Part five features bad-news bugs that spread malaria.

By Mayo Clinic News Network • November 2, 2018

Brandon Lane Phillips, M.D., isn’t just a pediatric cardiologist. He’s also a congenital heart disease survivor whose patient experience at Mayo Clinic inspired him to return for a pediatric cardiology fellowship.

By In the Loop • November 1, 2018

Parasites can be pretty: pretty cute, pretty awesome, and sometimes pretty creepy. This article is part one of a five-part series featuring some of Dr. Bobbi Pritt’s “freaky favorites,” ranked from 1 (not too scary) to 5 (bad-news bugs). Part four features “love bugs.”

By Mayo Clinic News Network • November 1, 2018

Parasites can be pretty: pretty cute, pretty awesome, and sometimes pretty creepy. This article is part one of a five-part series featuring some of Dr. Bobbi Pritt’s “freaky favorites,” ranked from 1 (not too scary) to 5 (bad-news bugs). Part three features a “beaver fever” creature.

By Mayo Clinic News Network • October 31, 2018

Parasites can be pretty: pretty cute, pretty awesome, and sometimes pretty creepy. This article is part one of a five-part series featuring some of Dr. Bobbi Pritt’s “freaky favorites,” ranked from 1 (not too scary) to 5 (bad-news bugs). Part two features scalp explorers—lice!

By Mayo Clinic News Network • October 30, 2018

Joseph Maleszewski, M.D., has been named the Assistant Dean of Curriculum for the Mayo Clinic School of Medicine. He will be directly accountable to the senior associate dean for Academic Affairs.

By Kelley Luedke • October 30, 2018

Robin Patel, M.D., Chair of the Division of Clinical Microbiology in the Department of Laboratory Medicine and Pathology at Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minnesota, recently participated in the American Society for Microbiology’s “Meet the Microbiologist” podcast to discuss her work on prosthetic joint infections and how metagenomics is changing infectious disease diagnostic procedures.

By Kelley Luedke • October 29, 2018

Parasites can be pretty: pretty cute, pretty awesome, and sometimes pretty creepy. This article is part one of a five-part series featuring some of Dr. Bobbi Pritt’s “freaky favorites,” ranked from 1 (not too scary) to 5 (bad-news bugs). Part one features ascaris worms.

By Mayo Clinic News Network • October 29, 2018

The Mayo Clinic Blood Donor Program is having a “Pints for Preemies” blood-donation challenge, which is a push for people to donate blood for Mayo’s smallest and youngest patients. Justin Kreuter, M.D., Medical Director of Mayo’s Blood Donor Program, talks to KIMT about the challenge.

By Kelley Luedke • October 26, 2018