2012 Research and Education Award Summaries

Active Awards

 

The Advancing a Healthier Wisconsin Endowment reported on 30 active awards during the reporting period ending June 30, 2012.

Completed Awards

 

Eleven awards completed during the reporting period ending June 30, 2012.

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  Technology Development and Animal Models for the Analysis Photoreceptor Turnover

Technology Development and Animal Models for the Analysis Photoreceptor TurnoverAwarded in 2009 and completed in 2011, this AHW project developed new animal models and technology to aid in innovative studies of human blinding diseases and the retina's rods and cones.

Read more about Technology Development and Animal Models for the Analysis Photoreceptor Turnover (PDF)

  An Electronic Learner's Portfolio

Electronic Learner's PortfolioAwarded in 2008 and completed in 2012, this project developed a web-based portfolio system designed to improve the evaluation of medical residents.

Read more about the Electronic Learner's Portfolio (PDF)

  Functional MRI Abnormalities in Late Life Depression and Mild Cognitive Impairment

Functional MRI Abnormalities in Late Life Depression and Mild Cognitive ImpairmentAwarded in 2009 and completed in 2012, this study used functional magnetic resonance imaging, or fMRI, to find differences in brain function in individuals with late-life depression and mild cognitive impairment.

Read more about Functional MRI Abnormalities in Late Life Depression and Mild Cognitive Impairment (PDF)

  Estrogen Receptor Down-Regulators as Novel Therapeutics in the Treatment of Prolactinomas

Estrogen Receptor Down-Regulators as Novel Therapeutics in the Treatment of ProlactinomasAwarded in 2008 and completed in 2011, this study generated new knowledge on the role estrogen receptors play in the development of the most common pituitary gland tumors, called prolactinomas.

Read more about Estrogen Receptor Down-Regulators as Novel Therapeutics in the Treatment of Prolactinomas (PDF)

  The Healthy Wisconsin Leadership Institute

Healthy Wisconsin Leadership InstituteAwarded in 2008 and completed in 2011, this award supported the Healthy Wisconsin Leadership Institute, which continued providing skill-building and leadership training to public health professionals throughout the state.

Read more about the Healthy Wisconsin Leadership Institute (PDF)

  A New Model for Medical Student Education: Phase 2 of 3 (Pilot)

A New Model for Medical Student Education: Phase 2 of 3Awarded in 2010 and completed in 2012, this project piloted a new curriculum which developed a number of successful elements incorporated into MCW’s Discovery Curriculum.

Read more about the New Model for Medical Student Education (PDF)

  Nutritional Disorders Telehealth Network

Nutritional Disorders Telehealth NetworkAwarded in 2008 and completed in 2011, this project developed a network with two local community clinics, establishing screening and intervention procedures to support the use of telemedicine to improve the diagnosis and treatment of childhood nutritional disorders.

Read more about the Nutritional Disorders Telehealth Network (PDF)

  Finding Novel Genes Involved in Glucose Regulation

Finding Novel Genes Involved in Glucose RegulationAwarded in 2009 and completed in 2011, this study identified a new gene that may be involved with Type 2 diabetes.

Read more about Finding Novel Genes Involved in Glucose Regulation (PDF)

  Program Development Support for Vera Tarakanova

Program Development Support for Vera TarakanovaAwarded in 2008 and completed in 2011, this study generated new knowledge on virus-induced cancers, publishing in Virology and the Journal of Virology.

Read more about Program Development Support for Vera Tarakanova (PDF)

  MCW Cancer Center Co-Recruitment

MCW Cancer Center Co-RecruitmentAwarded in 2006 and completed in 2012, this project helped the MCW Cancer Center build a critical mass of cancer researchers collaborating to advance cancer treatment and prevention.

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  Quality Rounds Initiative

Quality Rounds InitiativeAwarded in 2009 and completed in 2011, this award supported an initiative to improve the education and evaluation of senior medical residents. The principal investigators began addressing this gap in the medical education literature by developing, testing and disseminating two resident evaluation tools.

Read more about the Quality Rounds Initiative (PDF)

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