Department of Medicine Research
Hennepin Healthcare’s Department of Medicine has robust and varied research activity conducted by highly skilled clinician and basic science researchers across many areas of focus including addiction medicine, cardiology, health services, homelessness & criminal justice, infectious diseases, nephrology, organ transplantation, oncology and provider wellness. Research and scholarship are a department priority and key support and infrastructure is provided within the department and through the affiliated organizations described below (HHRI, CDRG, Berman Center, IPW and the University of Minnesota). For details on divisional research activities, please visit the research section and faculty bios on the divisional pages.
The following links highlight some of the important research and scholarly work by Department of Medicine faculty.
- Statewide research program to address impact of racism on cardiovascular health inequities | Article date October 19, 2021
- Dr. Winkelman talks about EHR Consortium and COVID-19 on Healthy Matters on WCCO radio | Article date September 28, 2021
- U.S. Kidney Transplant Survival Rates Continue to Improve | Article date August 19, 2021
- Study identifies racial/ethnic and language inequities in ways patients obtain COVID-19 virus testing | Article date July 13, 2021
- Medication Access for Opioid Use Disorder Lower Among Those Involved with Criminal Justice System | Article date April 5, 2021
- Dr. Johansen Receives NKF J. Michael Lazarus Award for Dedication to Kidney Health | Article date March 24, 2021
- What a Kidney Transplant Means for You or a Loved One | Article date March 7, 2021
- Walz, Flanagan Announce Groundbreaking Partnership Between State of Minnesota, Health Care Systems on Race and Ethnicity Data Collection | Article date March 5, 2021
- Dr. Bart talks about meth addiction and treatment on Healthy Matters on WCCO radio | Article date January 25, 2021
- Breaking Through the Wall of Stigma in Healthcare | Article date January 22, 2021