Great Conversations: Innovative Science
Over the past century, biomedical research has led to significant health improvements and increased human longevity.
As part of the University of Minnesota's Great Conversation Series, two leading doctors discuss the breakthrough therapies needed to prevent, treat, and cure fatal ailments.
U of M stem cell researcher Doris Taylor was the leading scientist on a project that last year successfully grew a beating heart in a laboratory. She spoke with Dr. Patricia Simmons, pediatrician at the Mayo Clinic and chair of the University of Minnesota Board of Regents.