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The Art of Neuroscience with Dr. Uzma Samadani

Uzma Samadani, head of neurosurgery at HCMC

There’s a lot more to diagnosing traumatic brain injury than meets the eye. Thanks to revolutionary research by Dr. Uzma Samadani, Neurosurgeon at Hennepin Healthcare and MN VAMC, there’s a powerful new diagnostic tool in town: eye-tracking technology. Hear more about the technology’s potential on football fields and beyond—and learn Dr. Samadani’s hopes for the future of her field.

Salspera Introduces New Cancer Treatment

Arch Beat image / Saltikva Image

Salspera’s immunotherapy, Saltikva®, will provide new hope to patients and oncologists seeking therapeutic options without toxicity or side effects. In this Arch Beat episode, we talk to Salspera founders, Eddie Moradian and Dr. Daniel Saltzman about what they hope Saltikva® will do for patients and families.

Sleep Advice from Sleep Health Specialists

Arch Beat - Sarah Moe, Sleep Health Specialists

10 years. That’s how long Sarah Moe has worked in the field of sleep medicine, and, every year, she becomes increasingly passionate about it. She’s a Registered Polysomnographic Technologist (RPSGT) and founder of her own sleep company, Sleep Health Specialists, LLC. She started the company in April 2015 with the bold vision of helping to educate more people on creating healthier, more productive lives by tapping into the power of better sleep.

Dr. Hardeman explores the intersection between race and birth outcomes

Dr. Rachel Hardeman is an Assistant Professor in the Division of Health Policy & Management at the University of Minnesota, School of Public Health. She focuses on conversations around racism in public health and is contributing to a new body of knowledge that will enrich our understanding of how racism plays out in healthcare and impacts outcomes.  

Minnesota Neonatal Foundation talks about the future of the NICU

ArchBeat - Minnesota Neonatal Foundation talks about the future of the NICU

November is Prematurity Awareness Month. The Minnesota Neonatal Foundation aspires to transform the NICU experience for premature babies, their families and staff. We chatted with Dr. Jeanne Mrozek and Paul Harkness about Dr. Mrozek’s vision for the NICU and how it might impact families like Paul’s—whose babies were born premature. Hear their stories.