Posted on October 5th, 2011 by
Individually, they have reputations as world-class medical research, health care and higher education institutions. Tuesday, they joined forces. "Together we can provide for the kind of pathway to human health and human well-being that the world deserves," said new University of Minnesota President Eric Kaler, in Austin to sign the contract making the U part of the Bioscience Triad. "This agreement is really one step among many in something we call a decade of discovery," said the Mayo Clinic's Dr. Glenn Forbes.
KAAL, Dan Conradt, 10/5/11
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