Mayo Clinic has made important contributions to space medicine and research since the dawn of the U.S. space program, and prior to that with aeronautical research during World War II.
Mayo Clinic experts are leading two lines of research that will be conducted during the trip and while the four astronauts of the Axiom Space flight are at the space station.
Mayo Clinic’s groundbreaking research in cellular aging and cardiac adaptation is headed to space on the first-ever all-civilian private spaceflight to the International Space Station.
Mayo Clinic's transformational vision inspires Dr. Varkey. The energetic focus on going beyond excellence and creating the next generation of health care shows up in Mayo Clinic's digital health efforts, platform opportunities and artificial intelligence innovations. After seven years away, Dr. Varkey appreciates Mayo remaining a patient-centered organization.
In June 2017, Loral and Jane Blinde set out for their annual visit to Mayo Clinic in Jacksonville, Florida. Like every year for more than a decade, they traveled from their Orlando home the night before.
A first responder pronounced Maurice Orange dead. Maurice's body lay crumpled on the hot asphalt in San Diego. His prized Gold Wing 1800 motorcycle wrecked nearby. His fiancée, Cheri, knew something was wrong that afternoon — Aug. 14, 2020.
After a bleak diagnosis and many twists and turns for Chase Fairbairn and his family, hope came in the form of a lifesaving heart transplant at Mayo Clinic five years ago.
As a pathologist, Melanie Bois, M.D., doesn't see her patients face-to-face. She doesn't hear the struggle or fear in their voice as they talk about how they are feeling. Yet, she's critical to their care. The information Dr. Bois garners looking at samples of body tissue is often what allows care teams to unlock patients' medical mysteries and start treatments.
Ann Arneson describes her journey to Mayo Clinic as “divine design.” Ann — a retired teacher, a leader in her church and ministry, mother, grandmother, and line dance enthusiast — is Mayo Clinic’s first bone marrow transplant patient to recover at home thanks to the new advanced care at home program.
"With Mayo Clinic's advanced care at home program, we feel we’re supporting the future of health care. All of us interact with the medical community throughout our lives, and the technology component of advanced care at home just makes sense to our family. Supporting Mayo Clinic is an incredible opportunity to make a meaningful impact, and that’s what we’re about."