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Items Tagged ‘Sesquicentennial’

October 30, 2014

Getting to the Core, or Corps, of the Story

By In the Loop intheloop

Twenty-one. That’s the number of times that Randy Setzer died and was brought back as Emergency Department staff at Mayo Clinic Health System in Eau Claire worked to save him after he suddenly fainted one day at work. “The ER staff worked for roughly two hours doing CPR, and they said I would go on […]

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Tags: Dr. Robert Wiechmann, emergency medicine, Sesquicentennial


September 4, 2014

Repping the Healthy Human Race 9,000 Miles Away

By In the Loop intheloop

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


August 28, 2014

Mayo Clinic at the Great Minnesota Get-Together

By In the Loop intheloop

Mayo Clinic’s Mobile Exhibit makes a stop at the Minnesota State Fair tomorrow, Aug. 29, and stays for the duration, not folding up its collapsible (or expanding, depending on your perspective) walls until after 9 p.m. on Monday, Sept. 1. The exhibit will be open from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Friday through Monday, as […]

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Tags: Humor, Minnesota State Fair, Sesquicentennial


August 19, 2014

Take the Mayo Clinic Heritage Quiz

By In the Loop intheloop

You’ve probably noticed a certain fundraising movement happening right now that involves individuals dumping buckets of ice water on themselves or making a donation for ALS research (or, preferably, both). It’s been pretty successful. But what if we told you about a way you could help fund Mayo Clinic Research and stay perfectly dry? All […]

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Tags: Development, Sesquicentennial


July 22, 2014

What the Patient Care Fund is all about

By In the Loop intheloop

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 10, 2014

What’s in the Mayo attic?

By In the Loop intheloop

An attic speaks to the imagination. It brings to mind hidden treasures covered in dust (or maybe sheets). History waiting to be shared. A storage space with soul. So when a friend of In the Loop suggested we do a story on “Mayo’s attic,” we didn’t need a whole lot of convincing. But we learned […]

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Tags: Archives, Historical Unit, History, Sesquicentennial


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