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Dr. Luke Burchill

Cardiologist in Rochester, Minn.

Dr. Luke Burchill and his team focus on adult congenital heart disease — their work and research lead to better survival among patients with congenital conditions after heart transplantation and has helped shape clinical care guidelines across the world.

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Dr. Jacob Dey

Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgeon in Rochester, Minn.

Dr. Jacob Dey and his team are leading cutting-edge care for facial paralysis. Using an innovative model for comprehensive facial reanimation, they are restoring hope and quality of life for patients with facial paralysis.

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Dr. Sebastian Fernandez-Bussy

Director of Interventional Pulmonology in Jacksonville, Fla.

Dr. Sebastian Fernandez-Bussy and his team are using the newest medical technologies, including robotic and minimally invasive procedures, to bring innovative treatments to patients with severe conditions like lung cancer, asthma, and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease.

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Dr. Rafael Fonseca

Hematologist, Chief Innovation Officer in Phoenix, Ariz.

Dr. Rafael Fonseca, along with his team, will push innovation and discovery until there's a cure for patients with multiple myeloma and plasma cell disorders. This work includes clinical trials, translational research, clinical research, and clinical care.

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Dr. Jeffrey Janus

Chair of the Department of Otolaryngology in Jacksonville, Fla.

Innovation is what Dr. Jeffrey Janus and his team are all about — their cutting-edge technology uses 3D printing and da Vinci transoral robotic surgery for complex head and neck tumors.

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Dr. Dawn Jaroszewski

Professor in the Department of Cardiothoracic Surgery, Chair of the Division of Thoracic Surgery, and Director for the Mayo Clinic Chest Wall and Thoracic Surgery Program in Phoenix, Ariz.

Dr. Dawn Jaroszewski, along with her team, specializes in pectus excavatum surgery and has invented a unique way to keep corrected chest walls from collapsing—minimizing pain often associated with necessary procedures, reducing hospital stays and promoting quicker recoveries.

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Dr. Mohamed Kharfan-Dabaja

Hematologist/Oncologist in Jacksonville, Fla.

Dr. Mohamed Kharfan-Dabaja and his colleagues are using a breakthrough bone marrow transplantation and CAR-T Cell Therapy Program to treat patients with rare and complex blood cancers.

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Dr. A. Noelle Larson

Orthopedic Surgeon in Rochester, Minn.

Dr. A. Noelle Larson and her team are leading the way for safe, innovative new treatments for patients with scoliosis and other pediatric orthopedic conditions — like non-fusion scoliosis treatment and vertebral body tethering.

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Dr. Bradley Leibovich

Urologic Oncologist, Medical Director at the Center for Digital Health in Rochester, Minn.

Dr. Bradley Leibovich is fixing the things deemed not fixable. He and his team are improving the diagnosis, treatment, and post-surgical care of people with some of the most serious cases of kidney and testicular cancer by performing some of the most complex surgeries in the field.

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Dr. Alyx Porter

Neurologist, Chair of Outpatient Practice, and Medical Director for the Office of Access Management in Phoenix, Ariz.

Dr. Alyx Porter and her team are working to treat benign tumors of the brain and spinal cord, improving the quality of life for patients with glioblastoma and sharing discoveries that will help the medical community better understand gliomagenesis and patterns of recurrence.

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Dr. Janani Reisenauer

Thoracic Surgeon, Interventional Pulmonologist, Vice Chair of Innovation for the Department of Surgery in Rochester, Minn.

Dr. Janani Reisenauer and her team specialize in a minimally invasive robotic bronchoscope technique that enables lung cancer detection with more accuracy — allowing treatment to begin sooner and improving outcomes.

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Dr. Andrew Storm

Director, Endoscopy, Associate Professor of Medicine in Rochester, Minn.

Dr. Andrew Storm provides cutting-edge, minimally invasive endoscopic care only found at Mayo Clinic. He and his team are making it possible to treat cancer and manage diabetes without stepping into an operating room — shortening recovery times, saving money, and improving quality of life for patients.

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The things that change people, medicine, the very definition of possible — those things don't happen by accident or luck, but steady determination. Work, and a lot of it. It's being dogged and daring and precise and humble. It's one lab result, one inkling, one achievement, tool, question, chart, late-late night (again), one elevator pep talk, one hand on the shoulder of a patient at a time. It's hope with a vengeance, science with a cause. It's the powerful but silent promise we share; that all we'll ever do is give our all.

The things that change the very definition of possible — they don't happen by accident or luck. They happen here. They're happening right now. And these are the physicians and teams making sure tomorrow will never be the same.

"The glory of medicine is that it is constantly moving forward." Dr. William Mayo
We make the impossible possible.

For the physicians and teams who find themselves at Mayo Clinic, this isn't just a profession, it's a calling — an undeterred purpose, with unignorable stakes. It's this personal and collective drive that leads to solving the unsolvable faster, to adapting smarter, to combining expertise sooner, and sharing knowledge freely. Because we know all that work, and re-working, all the inventing and wondering, every single off-the-cuff or on-the-fly idea could have the life-changing potential to save a patient, develop a cure, become the discovery that reshapes everything.

"The scientist is not content to stop at the obvious." Dr. Charles Mayo
Relentless resides here.

Mayo Clinic is synonymous with medical innovations, advancements, future-forward achievements, and a determination to change the world, forever. No small task, but a commitment each one of us takes to heart day in, day out. This is the place where the people who have proven to be the best in their expertise come to work toward becoming even better. Here, traditional silos and barriers don't exist, collaboration inspires and the sky-high standards we create are set — and reset daily.

We've pioneered a model of health care as it should be — putting patients first and at the center of everything we do. People with the most serious, complex, and difficult medical challenges come to us to cure uncertainty. So, there are real people behind every trial and discovery.

Our 3D printing models, for instance, allow physicians to create life-size organ models to map out even the most intricate surgeries — making them more precise, more efficient, and less invasive. Advanced imaging makes it possible for care teams to literally see possible solutions that otherwise may have gone undetected. Even artificial intelligence, once unimaginable outside of fantasy, is real and tangible here and our teams are using it to create personalized gene road maps to customize treatments to help fight disease. Here, real people facing some of life's biggest challenges get access to this unrivaled collaboration, technology, expertise and, most importantly, a path forward when it's needed most.

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