Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences

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Welcome!  Alumni are central to the story and success at the Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences.  Through lifelong learning and strong connections with the College, Alumni further the College's mission to create new knowledge, provide expert care and enhance learning. 


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MCW Newsletter

A weekly newsletter (bi-weekly in summer), World features stories about the scientific and health care work of the College's research and physician faculty.

Virtual Career Center

This site is designed to help you take charge of your career in biomedical science and health.  It includes self-help resources and links for developing your personal career plan, including practical tools for specific stages of the process.

Contribute to Travel Fund

The Travel Fund helps students to attend seminars and conferences to present their findings to colleagues, meet with national and international scientific leaders, and further their knowledge in specialized scientific areas.

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Summer Program for Undergraduate Research 

Since 1983, hundreds of undergraduates have validated their interest in science at the Medical College of Wisconsin.  Celebrate 30 years of SPUR June 7th and 8th.

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Distinguished Alumni

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Lawrence G. Pan, PT, PhD, FAPTA named Graduate School Alumnus of the Year.  

Dr. Pan is Professor and Chair of Physical Therapy at Marquette University. He directs two federally funded diversity programs at Marquette: the Health Careers Opportunity Program and the Youth Empowered to Succeed program. He joined Marquette’s full-time faculty in 1986 and became Chair in 1996. Dr. Pan was also a staff physical therapist at Columbia Hospital in Milwaukee for 22 years.

In 1983, Dr. Pan earned his PhD in Physiology from the MCW Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences. His special interests are in exercise physiology, respiratory physiology, neural control of breathing and minority education. He maintains research collaborations with MCW faculty, including his former mentor, Hubert V. Forster, PhD, Professor of Physiology.

Dr. Pan has also served on the Medical College of Wisconsin/ Marquette Medical Alumni Association Board.


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