Michelle (Andi) Campbell, Customer Resource Specialist, was only 16 years old when she was involved in a terrible car accident. With a broken femur and several severe lacerations, Campbell had a long road to recovery. For more than a year, she received blood transfusions and was in and out of Mayo Clinic Hospital–Rochester, Saint Marys Campus. Once fully recovered, Campbell had one thing on her mind—she wanted to give back to those in need by becoming a lifelong blood donor at Mayo Clinic.
Recent Stories for People
Misuse of antibiotics is a big contributor to the growing threat of so-called superbugs, bacterial infections that are difficult or impossible to treat. Robin Patel, M.D., Chair of the Division of Clinical Microbiology and a Consultant in the Clinical Microbiology and Infectious Diseases Laboratories at Mayo Clinic, discusses how superbugs are made and how to help stop them in recent article in FOX News.
Andrew Yori, a lab technician at Mayo Clinic, has passed the American Ninja Warrior Indianapolis city finals and is moving on to the finals in Las Vegas. Read the story.
Other Posts for People
- Mayo Clinic Shines at American Cytogenetics Conference
- Justin Kreuter, M.D., Discusses What You Need to Know before Donating Blood
- Robin Patel, M.D., Receives NIAMS STAR Award
- Rebecca Boddicker, Ph.D., Receives ASH Abstract Achievement Award
- Mayo Researchers’ Study Featured in American Society of Nephrology Publication
- 60 Pints and Counting . . . A Lifetime of Blood Donation
- Bobbi Pritt, M.D., Featured on Mayo Clinic Radio to Discuss Tick-Related Meat Allergy
- Bobbi Pritt, M.D., Discusses Rise in Tick-Related Meat Allergy
- Bobbi Pritt, M.D., Weighs in on What You Really Need to Know about Brain-Eating Amoebas
- Mayo’s Own Ninja Warrior, Andrew Yori, Moves Ahead in Competition