University of Minnesota Physicians Cancer Care doctors also serve as faculty at the University of Minnesota Medical School. In this role, our doctors take an active role in teaching medical school students, teaching postdoctoral fellowship physicians, and providing ongoing professional education practicing physicians.

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University of Minnesota Medical School

University of Minnesota Physicians has deep roots in the University of Minnesota Medical School, which has trained physicians since 1888. In fact, nearly 70% of the state’s health professionals were trained at the University of Minnesota. For more information about the medical school, visit the University of Minnesota Medical School website.

Postdoctoral Fellowship Programs

Numerous National Institute of Health fellowship opportunities are available in the Masonic Cancer Center and throughout the University of Minnesota Academic Health Center for postdoctoral fellows currently training in laboratories of faculty at the University of Minnesota. Candidates not currently working at the U of M can contact training grant directors and faculty preceptors directly by visiting the Masonic Cancer Center website.

Professional Education

University of Minnesota Physicians Cancer Care at Fairview doctors serve as faculty for various conferences, symposiums and continuing medical education events. In fact, many of our cancer disease teams host cancer type specific conferences. For more information about education for medical professionals, visit the Masonic Cancer Center website.