The Bloodless Medicine and Surgery Program was created to help patients who prefer not to receive donor blood or who are unable to receive blood[...]

By In the Loop • January 23, 2023

Learn how three small teams in Rochester handle Mayo's waste with pride, saving the organization millions of dollars each year. From sorting, shredding and baling[...]

By In the Loop • December 13, 2022

Neurosurgery resident William Clifton, M.D., believed so strongly that 3D-printed models would be helpful in training surgeons that he purchased his own 3D printer to[...]

By In the Loop • December 5, 2019

Mayo Clinic developed a Virtual Reality lab to teach real-world medical procedures and let doctors learn where unique structures are situated before performing a procedure.[...]

By In the Loop • November 5, 2019

As commercial spaceflight inches closer to becoming a reality, Jan Stepanek, M.D., explains the potential hazards and risks that may be associated with space travel.[...]

By In the Loop • July 23, 2019

Sandra Murphy-Pak knows she may never benefit from research aimed at helping ALS patients lead more independent lives, but her reason for participating in research[...]

By In the Loop • April 2, 2019

After years of watching his patients having to deal with awkward fitting garments to stay covered during a procedure, Dr. Bruce Levy and his wife,[...]

By In the Loop • March 14, 2019

Treatment for non-Hodgkin's lymphoma had been successful for Tanis Milicevic, who was in remission for years. But when her cancer returned, she turned to Mayo[...]

By In the Loop • November 6, 2018

Four years ago, middle schooler Austin McCoy took the science world by storm. He was recently awarded for his contributions to science, and named Mayo's[...]

By In the Loop • July 12, 2018

Dan Anderson had planned to make it to his son Knowlton's graduation ceremony despite a recent surgery. When complications arose, a Mayo staffer stepped in[...]

By In the Loop • June 26, 2018