Welcome to the website for the Medical College of Wisconsin Institute for Health and Society.
The Institute is our department of population health sciences. Our mission is to improve health and advance equity through academic and community partnerships. We’re comprised of 24 faculty, 30 staff, and 19 PhD students.
In research, the Institute Biostatistics team is ranked 16th by US News and World report and yearly publishes nearly 100 scientific articles. Our Epidemiologists design and analyze registries and other large databases and do geo-mapping. We are launching population health research to improve the value of diabetes care and health outcomes. Our Bioethicists investigate the ethics of genomics, consult on complex cases in hospitals, and teach medical students about professionalism.
Institute Faculty Highly Productive in Scholarly Publications
In 2012-13, Institute primary faculty and students published 188 articles and 5 book chapters averaging 4.6 publications per faculty member yearly. Drs. Szabo, Ahn, Tarima, Zhang, Logan, and Cassidy were the most prolific with 15-23 publications each. Drs. Beyer and Le-Rademacher had 4 and 3 first authored articles respectively. Dr. Derse wrote 4 book chapters. Publications in the highest impact journals were authored by Dr. Logan in the New England Journal of Medicine and Dr. Cassidy in Lancet.
For more information about the Institute for Health and Society, we welcome you to explore the Institute CV and publication list from 2012-2013, as well as a recent video created to highlight the value and vitality of the Institute.
Summary of Institute Goals, Personnel, Publications, Grants and Students
The Institute for Health and Society wishes to acknowledge our sincere appreciation of academic and community partners, students and alumni who were recorded for this project. We also are grateful to Tim Meulemans, Dr. John Meurer, Erin Fabian and Julie Dotson for the MCW-IHS video production. August 2013.
15th Annual Robert and June Becker Lecture
Guest Lecturer: Gregg Meyer, MD, MSc
Chief Clinical Officer Dartmouth-Hitchcock
The Recent and Rapid Evolution of Healthcare Quality in the Marketplace
Thursday, October 24, 2013
The Institute for Health and Society was featured in Dean Kerschner's November Newsletter
International Conference on Survival Analysis in Memory of John P. Klein
When: June 26 - June 27, 2014
Where: Medical College of Wisconsin