Partnering for Progress
2002 Computer Power
Mayo Clinic and IBM agree to work together to develop powerful tools to help Mayo access and interpret vast amounts of clinical, genomic and proteomic data. The tools will help groups such as Mayo's Center for Individualized Medicine identify important needles in vast haystacks of data.
2003 University of Minnesota-Mayo Clinic Partnership
Mayo Clinic in Rochester and the University of Minnesota agree to a multiyear research partnership. The private-public partnership is expected to yield major new scientific discoveries in the diagnosis and treatment of human disease and position Minnesota as a leader in biotechnology and genomics.
2006 Translating Research
The Center for Translational Science Activities (CTSA) created to accelerate the translation of laboratory discoveries into improved patient care.
2010 International Partners
Mayo Clinic and the University of Minnesota form a strategic research relationship with the Karolinska Institutet of Sweden, the top-rated medical research university in Europe. In 2011, Mayo also signed agreements for research collaborations with the Council of Scientific and Industrial Research in India and St. Anne's University Hospital Brno - International Clinical Research Center, Czech Republic.
2011 Mayo Clinic Care Network
Altru Health System became the first member of the Mayo Clinic Care Network. The network of like-minded organizations helps people gain the benefits of Mayo Clinic expertise without having to travel to a Mayo Clinic facility.