Research News

It's been said, sometimes even by us, that there are so many great stories around Mayo Clinic, it can be hard to know where to[...]

By • April 24, 2014

It's too late this year, but before you fill out next year's NCAA college basketball tournament brackets, it may help to heed the advice in[...]

By Elizabeth Harty • March 27, 2014

It's pretty safe to say that Panos Anastasiadis, Ph.D., chair of Mayo's Department of Cancer Biology in Florida, will never look at a fried egg[...]

By Elizabeth Harty • March 4, 2014

It's all downhill from here for Mayo Clinic plastic and orthopedic surgeon Brian Carlsen, M.D. Not as a hand surgeon, mind you, but from a[...]

By Elizabeth Harty • February 27, 2014

When scientists cracked our genetic code back in 2003 by mapping the human genome, it opened up a new world of possibilities for patients who[...]

By • January 28, 2014

We'll cut to the chase: Although the phrase "cutting the cord" is used to symbolize freedom, it seems that researchers these days are coming back[...]

By • January 28, 2014

There are many ways you can measure the success of the annual Eagles Cancer Telethon in Rochester. You might note that this year marks the 60th year[...]

By Elizabeth Harty • January 16, 2014

Back in February 2012, Mayo Clinic began a study that gave FitBit activity trackers, an iPad and an app called "MyCare" to 149 cardiac surgery patients[...]

By Elizabeth Harty • December 12, 2013