Partnerships in Graduate Education
Key components of the Medical College’s many education collaborations in the Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences:
The Innovation Center of the College’s Biotechnology and Bioengineering Center, created with support from Dr. Robert D. and Dr. Patricia E. Kern, provides laboratory experience for students from the Milwaukee School of Engineering’s BioMolecular Engineering Program and Marquette University’s Biomedical Engineering Program.
The Milwaukee School of Engineering and the Medical College offer a Master’s Degree in Medical Informatics, which prepares students in the development and management of information technology solutions in health care.
Marquette University and the College offer a Master’s Degree in Bioinformatics, providing training in mathematical and computational techniques for analyzing data associated with molecular, physiological and genetic systems.
Marquette University and the Medical College offer a Master’s degree in Healthcare Technologies Management, which prepares students to manage the development, commercialization and regulatory compliance of medical devices, and implementation of technologies for hospitals.
The American Medical Association and the Medical College offer a Certificate in Physician Ethics and Professionalism for physicians.
More than 10 health organizations provide educational experiences for students in the Master’s in Public Health degree program, including the health departments from Milwaukee, Wauwatosa, West Allis and Kenosha; AIDS Resource Center; and the Children’s Health Alliance of Wisconsin.
The Master’s Degree in Bioethics program benefits from the resources of the College’s Midwest Ethics Committee Network, which includes working professionals on health care ethics committees from Wisconsin and the Midwest.