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A powerful partnership with Mayo Clinic

Where innovation meets action

The groundbreaking research agreement between UW-Eau Claire and Mayo Clinic Health System — only the third of its kind in the U.S. — unites the strengths of clinical organizations and academic institutions to create innovative research opportunities. This work positively impacts patient care and empowers faculty, staff and students to step outside their comfort zone to explore new interests and pursue their passions. The agreement emphasizes the power of collaboration and establishes new avenues of learning for all involved.

This work positively impacts patient care and empowers faculty, staff and students to step outside their comfort zone to explore new interests and pursue their passions. The agreement emphasizes the power of collaboration and establishes new avenues of learning for all involved.

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UREP Mayo in Rochester program, Megan Schleuster and Abhashek Chandra in the lab

Our research with Mayo Clinic

Our partnership with Mayo Clinic allows students, faculty and staff to participate in research, drive innovation and improve patients' lives. Students, no matter their program, interests, or background, all have an opportunity to participate.

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Blugold Biomedical Innovator Program

The Blugold Biomedical Innovator Program is for students who intend to pursue a degree and career path in the health care or biomedical field. This program is a collaboration between UWEC faculty, Mayo Clinic health professionals and our students.

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Science and Health Sciences Building

Replacing Phillips Hall, a 60-year-old outdated, failing building, will provide state-of-the-art science facilities for student learning and help to ensure that UW-Eau Claire continues its tradition as a national leader in undergraduate research.

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