Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences
There are more than 1,260 students enrolled in educational programs at The Medical College of Wisconsin. This includes 810 medical students, and more than 450 graduate school students.
MCW is internationally known for its cutting edge research programs. In addition to traditional projects specialized areas include cancer biology, functional imaging, molecular biology and genetics, neuroscience and cardiovascular physiology. The College's research enterprise is focused on strategic, prioritized areas of research involving interdisciplinary collaboration among scientists and physicians with the goal of rapidly translating discoveries into advances for patient care.
In FY-2011-12, faculty received more than $166 million in external support for research, training, teaching and related purposes. This total includes highly competitive research and training awards from the National Institutes of Health (NIH).
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Message from the Dean
The Medical College of Wisconsin is committed to the creation of new knowledge through biomedical research, and to the application of new knowledge for improved prevention, diagnosis, and treatment of...