MEDICAL ALLEY, MINN. – The Medical Alley Association is pleased to announce the University of Minnesota has become its newest sustaining member.
“We are excited to elevate our commitment to the Medical Alley Association,” said President Joan T.A. Gabel, who is also a member of the Medical Alley Association Board of Directors. “Our mission of learning, discovery, and service is an excellent fit as we work together to transform healthcare and continue our community’s rich history of innovation.”
The University of Minnesota is a major influence in the state with five campuses across Medical Alley. The University’s flagship campus in the Twin Cities is a top 10 public research university in the U.S. and has produced alumni and faculty who have gone on to revolutionize healthcare by discovering new cancer therapies, winning Nobel Prizes, and inventing the pacemaker.
“We are excited to welcome the University of Minnesota as a sustaining member,” said Steffen Hovard, Interim President and CEO of the Medical Alley Association. “For more than 150 years, The University of Minnesota has been a source of discovery, talent, and innovation. We look forward to our partnership as we continue to advance Medical Alley as The Global Epicenter of Health Innovation and Care®.”