Adaptive Optics - Unique adaptive optics provides the ability to visualize the cells of the human eye. Joseph Carroll, Ph.D. and Kim Stepien, M.D. use adaptive optics at The Medical College of Wisconsin to see photoreceptors at a cellular level and identify cells involved in eye disease.
Beating Heart Cells - Induced pluripotent stem cells from adults, not embryos, are converted into beating heart cells and used for research at The Medical College of Wisconsin by John Lough, Ph.D. and Ulrich Broeckel, M.D.
Identifying early inflammatory markers of type-1 diabetes
Anne Hoch, D.O. discusses the case published in the Clinical Journal of Sports Medicine about the Female Athlete Triad and the positive effects of folic acid at the Medical College of Wisconsin.
Balaraman Kalyanaraman, PhD discusses targeted antioxidant molecule research at the Medical College of Wisconsin
Celebrating its 15th anniversary, WBCS, Inc. presented a $350,000 check to the Medical College of Wisconsin (MCW) Cancer Center, bringing the Showhouse’s total contributions to MCW to $4.75 million since 1998.
Four-year, $4.3 million grant from the National Institutes of Health to investigate the genes involved in type 1 diabetes (T1D).
The time is approaching for our children and grandchildren when physicians will be able to tailor medical care to an individual’s specific genetic code.
Pulse oximetry (POX) screening in babies born in Wisconsin.