The University of Minnesota Medical School and its research affiliates offer a variety of classroom, lab, and clinical learning environments for medical students, residents, and fellows. These facilities are in close proximity on both the Twin Cities and Duluth campuses, helping to nurture interaction and communication.
Twin Cities campus
- Moos Tower houses health sciences classrooms and seminar rooms, labs, health sciences student areas, and a coffee shop.
- Phillips-Wangensteen Building is home to outpatient clinics, a clinical amphitheater, the Health Sciences Learning Center, and a full-service cafeteria.
- Bio-Medical Library, located in Diehl Hall, provides access to a wealth of materials, as well as offering information-management training.
- Mayo Memorial Building houses Medical School administrative offices, the medical student lounge, outpatient clinics, an auditorium, and classrooms.
- Nils Hasselmo Hall houses laboratories, faculty offices, and meeting rooms.
- Jackson Hall houses basic science offices and laboratories, as well as classrooms.
- Molecular and Cellular Biology Building, shared with the College of Biological Sciences, contains classrooms, offices, and laboratories.
- Lions Research Laboratory, McGuire Translational Research Facility (home to the Stem Cell Institute), and the Center for Magnetic Resonance Research are located in the Biomedical Discovery District.
Other facilities include:
- Masonic Cancer Center
- University of Minnesota Medical Center
- University of Minnesota Masonic Children's Hospital
- affiliated hospitals such as Hennepin County Medical Center
- and more.
The University of Minnesota Medical School, Duluth campus is housed in a single building with classrooms, offices, research laboratories, and centers including:
- a 65-seat computerized testing facility
- medical student lounge
- private study and small group learning space
- Simulation Center (with SimMan, Noelle and SimBaby).
The school is also connected to the College of Pharmacy and the rest of the University of Minnesota Duluth (UMD) campus, allowing for easy access to the UMD library, exercise facilities, food services, and a computer/bookstore.
See a directory of classrooms on the Twin Cities campus, along with details on how to schedule a course or event.
Learn how to access a research building, submit work requests, schedule meeting rooms, reserve event space, and other tasks.
Office of Facilities and Capital Planning
Created in 1997, this office provides a collaborative service model across multiple facility service and capital planning units in the Academic Health Center.