Improving patient care and outcomes in rural areas requires a mix of reliable patient
      identification, capitalizing on algorithms and artificial intelligence, and community

Fixing the Fractures in Rural Medicine

There’s a scene in the popular medical drama House in which the show’s namesake is seen scrawling on his left . . .

From the lab to the lake. A Prince's Point sunrise is one of Michigan's natural wonders—and
      Huskies can 3D print the paddles to get there.

1400 Townsend Drive

Campus life has never been more exciting. New technologies, centers, graduate programs, and student scholars. Dive into the excitement at . . .

Thomas Werner and students in fruit fly lab.

Q&A with Teaching Award Winner Thomas Werner

Thomas Werner, associate professor of biological sciences, is the recipient of Michigan Technological University’s 2019 Distinguished Teaching Award in the . . .