Archive for
October, 2019

17th Annual American Indian Health Research Conference

Categories: COBRE, Conferences, Faculty

On October 19, 2019, UND hosted the 17th Annual American Indian Health Research Conference titled, “Indigenous Health, Research, and Resiliency.” Thanks to the gracious funders and sponsors (Minnesota Department of Human Services, Center for Rural Health, Indians into Medicine, INBRE Program, DaCCoTA Program), in addition to the hard work of Maylynn Warne, participants were able […]

Prairie Pulse 1702: Dr. Donald Warne, Lake Detroiters

Categories: Faculty, In the News

In the link below, John Harris interviews Dr. Donald Warne, the Director of the Indians Into Medicine program at the University of North Dakota in Grand Forks. He talks about the great things the program has accomplished since its inception in 1973 and what careers are available to students. Also, a story on the 75th […]

UND Today – In first talk of 2019-20 Faculty Lecture Series, Dr. Don Warne addresses integrating traditional American Indian healing, modern medicine

Categories: COBRE, Faculty

Three sisters are walking along a river, said Dr. Donald Warne, director of UND’s Indians into Medicine and Master of Public Health programs, telling a story in the Oglala Lakota tradition to the audience in the crowded UND lecture hall. “And as the sisters are walking along the river, they see babies and young children in […]