MCW Alumni News
John R. Raymond, Sr., MD, joined the Medical College as its sixth president and chief executive officer in July. In a recent interview, he describes his career in medicine, his philosophy on collaboration, the future of The Medical College of Wisconsin and the role of alumni in the school’s growth.
The National Institutes of Health has awarded a transformative grant to the Medical College that supports a partnership of eight Milwaukee institutions designed to move research discoveries more quickly to patient applications. The $20 million Clinical and Translational Science Award bridges institutions to connect faculty members with complementary interests and expertise, such as Dr. Michelle Johnson, whose robots are aiding in stroke rehabilitation.
As a 10-year-old boy, Dr. Michael Clark first began volunteering for Special Olympics, an organization with which he has several family ties. It is a commitment he has maintained throughout his life and as an emergency medicine physician, he now helps oversee the health of the athletes. Dr. Clark is Medical Director for Special Olympics Wisconsin and served as team physician for the athletes who participated in the 2010 National Games.
No pilot can take to the skies without proper medical authorization. And no physician can provide such clearance without the proper Federal Aviation Administration training. Alumni who serve as aviation medical examiners not only look out for the health of commercial and recreational pilots, they also are instrumental to the system that helps maintain safety for all air travelers.
The James M. Ross Professor of Diabetes in Internal Medicine at the University of Virginia, Charlottesville, Dr. Anthony McCall has established himself as an expert in diabetes treatment, research, and education.
Professional and personal accomplishments and activities of Medical College of Wisconsin alumni
Obituaries of Medical College of Wisconsin, Marquette School of Medicine, and Marquette University School of Medicine alumni