Michele Halyard, M.D., began her journey as a radiation oncologist at Mayo Clinic 36 years ago. Today, she is recognized as one of the most influential and impactful leaders in the movement toward health equity.
Alyx B. Porter, M.D., a neuro-oncologist at Mayo Clinic, is focused on inspiring and supporting future generations of physicians from historically underrepresented backgrounds, with scholarships, mentorship, leadership development and financial wellness education.
In addition to caring for people before and after transplants, Brian Hardaway, M.D., has been both an organ donor and a recipient. He knows firsthand that good things grow when transplants take root. "You're following patients for years. Transplant medicine is like planting a seed and watching an oak tree grow."
The first car Jonathan White fell in love with was a 1964 ½ Ford Mustang he and his dad restored together. That car led to several others, including one that almost killed Jonathan and led him to seek care at Mayo Clinic. Mayo Clinic is also why the White family was at the Barrett-Jackson auction in Scottsdale in the first place.
Mayo Clinic's School of Continuous Professional Development offers accredited educational opportunities for medical professionals to enhance their practice.
Carla Paonessa, chair of the Chicago Committee of the Mayo Clinic Leadership Council, talks about serving others.
After receiving a liver transplant, a retired firefighter finds joy by giving back.
Mayo Clinic in Arizona's new CEO talks about future growth.
Expansion taking place at Mayo Clinic will help more patients.
Determined difference makers abound in biomedical sciences.