Geriatrics & Gerontology

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A Message from the Chief



Edmund Duthie, MD
Professor of Medicine and Chief, Division of Geriatrics and Gerontology

"Through our interactions with students, residents and fellows, the faculty of the Division of Geriatrics/Gerontology is committed to promoting an understanding of the unique medical needs of the elderly. With the support of the Donald W. Reynolds Foundation, and in collaboration with the Office of Educational Services and the Center of Healthy Communities (Department of Family and Community Medicine), we are increasing our efforts with new curricular and student interest initiatives, a first of its kind combined Medicine/Geriatrics Residency program, and an innovative Geriatrics Medical Education Fellowship program. The enthusiasm and support for Geriatrics is building at MCW."


We thank and congratulate Dr. Mary Cohan for her 25 years of service with the Medical College of Wisconsin, Division of Geriatrics and Gerontology.

We congratulate Dr. Kathryn Denson for her induction into the Medical College of Wisconsin Society of Teaching Scholars.

We acknowledge Dr. Edmund Duthie for his featured article in the Journal Sentinel.

We acknowledge Edmund Duthie, MD, Mary Cohan, MD, Kathryn Denson, MD, Steven Denson, MD, Edith Burns, MD, for being voted Best Doctors in America 2014.


MCWAH Fellows 2014-2015
Med-Ger Residents 2014-2015

MCWAH Fellowship Program in Geriatrics
Medical Students
Med-Ger Residents
Geriatrics Education Team

Geriatrics Fast Facts 

Thriller at Miller

The Division of Geriatrics would like to thank everyone who participated, both players and spectators, in the 2014 Thriller at Miller.  We would also like to congradulate the MCW medical students on winning the softball game against the Marquette University dental students!

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Past Events: 

EDMUND DUTHIE, MD, Professor of Medicine, Chief, participated in the Milwaukee Public Television 4th Street Forum panel discussion, "Impending Tsunami: As We Age, Who will Care for Us?"on 2/21/14.
GABRIEL MANZI, MD, Assistant Professor, and MARY GAVINSKI, MD, Chief Medical Officer, Community Care, presented “When Caring for Vulnerable Elders, PACE Yourself: A New Froedtert and Medical College Community Partnership” at Grand Rounds 5/2/14.
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