Scholarly Activities by our Med-Peds Residents
The Internal Medicine-Pediatrics Residency Program at the Medical College of Wisconsin encourages residents to pursue clinical research opportunities. Scholarship provides residents many potential benefits including: exploration of an academic career, development of credentials to bolster their fellowship application, and nurturing intellectual curiosity.
Resident Scholarly Activity
All residents are encouraged and given financial support to present their scholarly projects at a variety of regional and national meetings. In addition, the Medical College of Wisconsin was recently awarded a $20 million NIH Grant to support The Clinical and Translational Science Institute (CTSI) of Southeastern Wisconsin. The CTSI supports, through pilot funding, new and promising clinical and translational projects for young investigators.
To find a faculty member conducting research in your area of interest, click on one of the links below:
CTSI Faculty Collaboration Database
Faculty Research Interests
MCW Outstanding Medical Student Teachers for 2011-2012
Congratulations to this year's Med-Peds recipients of the MCW Outstanding Medical Student Teachers Teaching Pins. Faculty and residents were named in multiple M1-M2 courses as well as our clerkship and pathways. Please join us in thanking them for their commitment to student education and congratulating them on their achievement.
Medical Ethics & Palliative Care
Kelly Curran, MD, MA (Adolescent Fellow - Med-Peds Alum)
Matthew Buelow, MD (Med-Peds Resident)
James Mikeworth, MD (Med-Peds Resident)
Shawn Bartel, MD (Med-Peds Community Preceptor)
Jillian Ewing, MD (Med-Peds Resident)
Internal Medicine-Pediatrics resident Dr. Matthew Buelow receives 2012 Jessica S. Lin Award for Clinical Excellence
June 06, 2012 College News - Matthew Buelow, MD, Internal Medicine-Pediatrics resident, has received the 2012 Jessica S. Lin Award for Clinical Excellence by a Resident Physician. This award recognizes an individual entering the final year of residency training for his/her outstanding clinical and academic performance. Dr. Heather Toth, the Internal Medicine-Pediatrics Program Director, nominated Dr. Buelow. She stated that “Matthew has stood apart from his colleagues for his dedication to patient care and excellent work ethic.”
Dr. Matthew Buelow and Dr. Kenneth Simons
The award is presented by the Medical College of Wisconsin Affiliated Hospitals, Inc. (MCWAH). It was established in 2010 in memory of Dr. Jessica Lin who was a highly regarded Neurosurgery resident here until her accidental death in February 2010. Award expenses are provided by the Department of Neurosurgery.
Dr. Buelow was presented the award at the MCWAH Chief Resident Leadership Symposium on May 23 by Kenneth Simons, MD, Designated Institutional Official (DIO) and Executive Director of MCWAH. Dr. Buelow’s name will be added to the Jessica S. Lin Award Plaque located in Froedtert Hospital. He received a plaque and $500.