Staff Stories

Whether your team won or lost the Super Bowl (or didn't even make it there), it's time to move on, because as sports fans (and[...]

By • February 4, 2014

Pharmacists are no strangers to poor penmanship. What might look like a scribble to most, a pharmacist sees as a complex set of directions from[...]

By • January 30, 2014

Move over Oprah, there's a new book club in town: Mayo's Neurology Book and Film Club. The most recent issue of Practical Neurology (always on[...]

By • January 30, 2014

The folks in Systems & Procedures at Mayo Clinic are innovators and problem solvers. So it's no surprise that when faced with the challenge of[...]

By • January 21, 2014

Renae Claeys, a nurse at Mayo Clinic, always hopes to bring a smile when she ventures out on a medical mission trip. That is, after[...]

By Elizabeth Harty • January 7, 2014

It's become something of a holiday tradition here at In the Loop that around this time of year, people send us gifts. And we happily accept these[...]

By Elizabeth Harty • December 19, 2013

On an unremarkable day in 1917, a down-on-his-luck Wisconsin man climbed the steps of Saint Marys Hospital in Rochester. He'd come to town looking for[...]

By Elizabeth Harty • December 19, 2013

In its recent "The Interview Issue," Twin Cities Business (or TCB, as it's known in the biz journal biz), went "one-on-one with 28 of the region's key[...]

By Elizabeth Harty • December 17, 2013

Kendall Lee, M.D., Ph.D., isn't one to shy away from a challenge. So it probably didn't surprise anyone that despite a busy career as a[...]

By Elizabeth Harty • December 12, 2013

It's been almost four years since a 7.0 magnitude earthquake ripped Haiti apart, leaving, by some accounts, more than 250,000 people dead, another 300,000 injured,[...]

By In the Loop • December 10, 2013