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Connor Callahan, an MCW M-2 student, was the male winner; Event Raises $1 Million for Children’s

MCW Medical Student Wins Briggs & Al’s Run

Connor Callahan, an MCW M-2 student, was the male winner; Event Raises $1 Million for Children’s. Image credit: Rick Wood

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Pink Out

Pink out Miller Park

A sea of pink as fans don their brightest to support breast cancer research.

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Dr. James S. Hyde honored

Festschrift appears in Brain Connectivity magazine

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Research on Angled Front/Side Impact Crashes

Frank Pintar, PhD, discusses research in this ABC-TV/Channel 12 report.

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MCW spins off a new company

MCW spins off a new company

Protein Foundry, a new company run by MCW scientists, has been established.

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MCW Medical Student Wins Briggs & Al’s Run

Sept. 15 - Connor Callahan, an MCW M-2 student, was the male winner of the 37th Briggs and Al’s Run and Walk for Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin. The event drew 17,000 participants and raised more than $1 million for Children’s. Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

“Medical miracle” celebrated at Miller Park

Sept. 08 - A local man who defied the odds and beat colon cancer got to fulfill a lifelong dream and stand on the field at Miller Park before Saturday’s game. His care team, including surgical oncologist Dr. Kiran Turaga, joined him for the game. Fox 6

Pink out Miller Park

Sept. 05 - When the Milwaukee Brewers take on the St. Louis Cardinals Saturday, September 6, the stadium will be a sea of pink as fans don their brightest to support breast cancer research and support. Betsy Brenner, publisher of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, MCW Trustee, and a breast cancer survivor, will throw out the first pitch. Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

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