Cutting edge biomedical research
Started in 1942 by Jay C. Hormel, The Hormel Institute, University of Minnesota has a more than eight-decade history of making significant scientific discoveries aimed at improving the health of the world. The Hormel Institute is an independent biomedical research department within the University of Minnesota’s Research and Innovation Office (RIO). Collaborative research partners include Masonic Cancer Center UMN (a Comprehensive Cancer Center as designated by the National Cancer Institute, NIH), Mayo Clinic (US News & World Report’s “Best Hospital in the United States”), and many other leading research centers worldwide. The Hormel Institute is home to some of the world’s most cutting-edge research technologies and expert scientists. The Hormel Institute continues to broaden its impact through innovative, world class research in its quest to improve human health.
|Scientist David Guinovart, PhD, co-authors paper modeling electromechanical material properties to benefit smart devices, biomaterials, and more
David Guinovart, PhD, Assistant Professor at The Hormel Institute, University of Minnesota, has co-authored a paper published in the International Journal of Engineering Science.
|Lawmakers Meet to Discuss 2024 Minnesota Bonding Bill and Their Support for the Minnesota Bioimaging Center (MBiC) at The Hormel Institute
On Tuesday, legislators from Austin and Rochester, MN met to discuss the 2024 Minnesota bonding bill and their support for the Minnesota Bioimaging Center (MBiC) at The Hormel Institute (HI).
|Is Sitting the New Smoking? Clinical Research and Outreach Nurse Emily Heath Lays Out the Facts
Recently, researchers analyzed 13 studies on sitting time and activity levels and found that those who sat for more than eight hours a day and didn’t engage in physical activity had a risk of dying similar to that posed by obesity and smoking.
|Are you thinking about a career in biomedical research? We may have what you’re looking for. Take a look at our current job openings here.
|Research is the only answer to cancer, and your important gift helps our world renowned scientists continue to make progress in their aggressive fight against cancer.
Click on the link to donate to a number of research projects.
|Meet Jessie Meyer, the 2024 Paint The Town Pink ambassador
“When asked to take on this role, I debated briefly, but knew in my heart that this would be a good opportunity for me to share my story in the hopes of promoting preventative care and the importance of cancer research.”
BLACK AND GOLD GALA
The first Black and Gold Gala was a night to remember. Take a look at a photo gallery from the event here.