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September 4, 2014

Repping the Healthy Human Race 9,000 Miles Away

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The name of the event caught his attention, and before he knew it, Srinivas Gopala, Ph.D., a visiting scientist in Rochester, found himself signing up for Mayo Clinic’s Healthy Human Race. Dr. Gopala heard about the race from his friend and Mayo Clinic research fellow Manjunatha Shankarappa, M.D. “I was fascinated by the title,” Dr. Gopala […]

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Tags: Fitness, Healthy Human Race, Running, Sesquicentennial


July 22, 2014

What the Patient Care Fund is all about

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During planning for Mayo’s Sesquicentennial, a survey went out to staff asking for their thoughts on how Mayo could best celebrate 150 years of patient care. The responses, according to Kerry Olsen, M.D., had nothing to do with cake, ice cream or parties, but had everything to do with helping those we serve each and […]

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Tags: 150th Patient Care Fund, Dr. Kerry Olsen, Healthy Human Race, Mayo Clinic Hospital, Sesquicentennial


June 17, 2014

On the run again

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Roger Heil doesn’t remember this past Valentine’s Day. Now before you roll your eyes, you should know that Heil, who works at Mayo and who is married, also doesn’t remember the day before Valentine’s Day, or about 10 days after it. He suffered a heart attack, which also led to a concussion and brain injury, […]

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Tags: Cardiac Rehab, Dr. Jeffrey Pasternak, Healthy Human Race, Lynn Saari, Roger Heil


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