Highlighted Research Centers
The Biotechnology and Bioengineering Center is dedicated to the development and application of novel, leading-edge technology in biomedical research.
The Cancer Center is an integrated partnership of more than 200 College faculty who are cancer research scientists and physicians based at the Medical College, Froedtert Hospital, Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin, Zablocki VA Medical Center, and the BloodCenter of Wisconsin.
The Cardiovascular Center, one of the largest in the country, comprises the activities of more than 190 physicians and scientists who treat patients, conduct research, and train the next generation of medical professionals, with a focus on cardiovascular disease.
The Center for Imaging Research unites basic and clinical scientists of various disciplines to further the development and application of imaging for medical use.
The Center for Infectious Disease Research (CIDR) focuses on understanding the molecular mechanisms of pathogenesis related to infection with all types of microorganisms, including bacteria, viruses, fungi or parasites.
Children’s Research Institute advances state-of-the-art pediatric health care through translational research programs to find life-saving discoveries and cures in the diseases that affect children.
The Clinical and Translational Science Institute of Southeast Wisconsin represents a unique and transformative collaboration that supports and advances education, collaboration and research in clinical and translational science.
The Human and Molecular Genetics Center develops the critical research expertise, infrastructure and knowledge required for The Medical College of Wisconsin to be a leader in genomics.
The goals of the Neuroscience Research Center are to enhance basic and translational neuroscience at MCW through the development of an MCW-wide programmatic plan for neuroscience research.
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MCW Graduate School News
Nov. 18 - Microbiology and Molecular Genetics graduate student Kristen Westdorp had run two marathons in her life prior to 2016, but the second one was more than eight years in her past, and she was ok with that. She was diving in to her graduate studies, running a casual five miles three times per week, and doing the types of things other students do to fill their time. But then her mother, Cheryl, was diagnosed with Huntington’s disease in 2014 at age 50, and, as can be expected, her perspective began to be shaped and colored by the human devastation taking place before her eyes.
July 6 - A record number of undergraduate students from universities across the country are spending their summer vacation pursuing scientific research at the Medical College of Wisconsin as part of the Summer Program for Undergraduate Research (SPUR). The program, offered at MCW for more than 30 years, provides a summer internship experience for students considering health-related careers, especially in the biomedical sciences. As part of the program, the MCW Graduate School matches each student with a faculty mentor to provide hands-on research opportunities.
Apr. 20 - The Master of Public Health Program at MCW will be hosting an online open house on April 29 from 12-1 p.m. This is an opportunity to hear about our programs and have your questions answered.
Jan. 11 - The Master of Public Health Program at MCW will host an online open house on Friday, Jan. 22, from 12 – 1 p.m. CST. This is an opportunity to hear about our online programs and have your questions answered.