Research Internship Program Supporters

Each year, students from around the country apply for an opportunity to be part of the Minneapolis Heart Institute Foundation’s research internship program. This cutting-edge educational experience is made possible by the generous contributions of individual donors, local foundations and industry organizations who share in the belief that hands-on experience is critical for tomorrow’s leaders. Financial support from donors means interns can work with both a staff and a physician mentor to learn about the research process and cardiology. In addition, contributions make enrichment experiences such as guest speakers and field trips possible.

 

Our sincere thanks to the following generous corporations, foundations and individuals that have helped to underwrite the MHIF Research Internship Program. 

Multi-Year Commitments with Named Internship Positions

John and Susan Morrison Internship (4 interns/year)

Sheldon Z. Wert Internship

Richard D. Kantrud Internship

 

2018 Internship Supporters

Presenting Supporters ($20,000+)

Abbott Northwestern Hospital Foundation

The Culp Family Foundation to establish the Sheldon Z. Wert Intern

Ruth Stricker Dayton

Richard D. Kantrud Estate

Mr. John and Mrs. Susan Morrison

Raymond J. Plank (Matching Grant)

Scholarship Supporter ($10,000 to <$20,000)

Hopkins Youth Hockey Association

McFarland Family Fund

Learning Experience Supporter ($5,000 to <$10,000)

Joseph Durda Family Foundation

Priority Envelope and SeQuel Response through “The David Forster Vendor of the Year Award” program

Supporters (up to $5,000)

Piper Jaffray Companies

Jim and Jennifer Anzia

Physician Supporters

Drs. Jason Alexander and Leila Tabibian

Dr. Nicholas Burke and Sue Slattery-Burke

Dr. Alex Campbell

Dr. Charles Gornick

Drs. Kevin and Ila Harris

Dr. David and Stacey Hurrell

Dr. Michael Miedema

Dr. Marc Newell

Dr. Timothy and Amy Sullivan

Dr. Jay and Sarah Traverse

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