Regenerative Medicine Education for Undergraduates

Education is part of the Mayo Clinic culture, which embodies a passion for lifelong learning as part of clinical practice. Center for Regenerative Medicine faculty members work side by side with undergraduate students not only to develop skills for success but also to inspire compassionate hearts and inquisitive minds that will change lives and innovate health care for generations to come.

Innovative Minds Partnering to Advance Curative Therapies (IMPACT) Program

The Innovative Minds Partnering to Advance Curative Therapies (IMPACT) Program is an exciting undergraduate competition that has engaged more than 500 students from 30 Minnesota colleges and universities since its launch in 2014. The program's home base is in Eau Claire, Wisconsin. The IMPACT Program is a collaboration of Mayo Clinic Health System and University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire.

Program objective

The IMPACT Program encourages creative solutions to critical health questions through collaboration between undergraduate students, Mayo Clinic and Mayo Clinic Health System.

For additional information, including registration, deadlines, submission requirements and selection criteria, please visit University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire's IMPACT Program page.

Summer Undergraduate Research Fellowship (SURF)

SURF provides a summer opportunity for undergraduate students interested in exploring a career in research to work with established investigators conducting original biomedical research.