Mayo Clinic reinvested $790 million in research and education programs in 2010 — an increase of $21 million over 2009 — to advance the science of medicine, improve disease prevention and treatment, and prepare the next generation of health care professionals.
Mayo's research and education programs provide numerous benefits to the local communities in which we operate.
Advances in research improve disease prevention and treatment opportunities and help identify tomorrow's medical breakthroughs. In 2010, Mayo's combined research programs generated:
Educational programs prepare the next generation of health care professionals to provide outstanding, compassionate care, both to Mayo Clinic patients and patients at other health care organizations throughout the world.
In 2010, the College of Medicine, Mayo Clinic, educated 2,014 medical and allied health program students and 1,483 residents and fellows.