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MCW's Institute for Health and Society offers the only PhD Program of its kind in Wisconsin and one of very few nation-wide with the purpose of transforming the research paradigm in public and community health by integrating the rigors of traditional public health sciences with the essential components of community health improvement through participation and partnership. Medical College of Wisconsin's PhD Program in Public and Community Health focuses on the increasing trend of public health research to move toward community-based interventions.
The MCW Graduate School offers an education tested daily in the classroom and laboratories and also in the very environment where research is applied to improve the overall quality of human life. This academic environment is a place where questions are investigated everyday from all angles with support and resources from some of the best mentors in the field.
Residencies and Fellowships are administered through MCWAH (Medical College of Wisconsin Affiliated Hospitals, Inc.) MCWAH offers over 100 residency and fellowship programs, employing housestaff and providing stipends and fringe benefits while enrolled in programs of graduate medical and dental education.
Welcome to the Teaching Toolbox. The toolbox was designed by the Faculty Development Workgroup. It contains downloadable documents, tutorial videos, helpful websites to make time in the classroom more effective and efficient. The toolbox introduces basics, then advance to best practices. As we grow and learn together, more content will be added to support your goals.
Supporting clinical and research training leading for the combined MD-PhD degree. The MSTP trains students to bridge the gap between basic science and clinical research by providing graduate training in the Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences, and clinical training in the Medical School. The MSTP trains students to bridge the gap between basic science and clinical research by providing graduate training in the Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences
Self-help resources and links for developing your personal career plan, including practical tools for specific stages of the process.
The Master of Public Health program at the Medical College of Wisconsin offers students the opportunity to earn a 42-credit Master of Public Health (MPH) degree, a 15-credit Graduate Certificate in Public Health, or take courses as a non-degree seeking student. All courses are offered online, so students may complete coursework on their own schedules.
The Pediatric Residency Training Program at Children's Hospital of Wisconsin and the Medical College of Wisconsin provides a broad, well-balanced, and supportive training in an academic environment for those interested in all types of careers in pediatric medicine.
The Neuroscience Doctoral Program at the Medical College of Wisconsin provides the motivated student with superior training in Neuroscience Research while allowing for maximal flexibility in the choice of research area and coursework.
The Office of Postdoctoral Education is your advocate and resource for postdoctoral researchers.
Community-based Medical Education MCW-Central Wisconsin, Community Medical Education, Wausau, Stevens Point, Marathon County
Interdisciplinary Program in Biomedical Sciences - Ph.D. trainees participate in a core curriculum that integrates molecular, cellular, genetic, and biochemical material.
Community-based Medical Education MCW-Green Bay
Continuing and professional education (CME) opportunities for professional development in variety of clinical and non-clinical areas using live, recorded, electronic and print formats.