The Medical College of Wisconsin Arthritis Institute attempts to forge links with investigators in departments such as Orthopaedics, Microbiology, Neurology, Neurosurgery, Skeletal Radiology, Nuclear Medicine, and Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation.
The Biotechnology and Bioengineering Center's (BBC) five major areas of focus: Proteomics, Genomics, Computational Biology, Molecular Imaging, and Technology Development.
Medical College of Wisconsin Cancer Center turns research into patient care, and conducts many clinical trials, giving patients the most innovative treatments available - and new hope to patients and their families. Clinical Cancer Center: (414) 805-0505.
Medical College of Wisconsin Cardiovascular Center translates biological science into clinical applications for care and treatment of patients.
The Center for Computational Medicine establishes, nurtures, and supports expertise in computational modeling and simulation for applications in drug discovery and development, pharmacokinetics and pharmacogenomics, and personalized medicine.
The Center integrates community-based education for graduate and undergraduate medical students and conducts research on community-identified needs.
Center for Imaging Research (CIR) The center was founded in 2002 as the Functional Imaging Research Center (FIRC) with the mission of uniting basic and clinical scientists of various disciplines to further the development and application of functional imaging in health and disease.
The mission of the Center for Infectious Disease Research (CIDR), formerly known as the Center for Biopreparedness and Infectious Disease (CBID), is to enhance research efforts that focus on understanding the molecular mechanisms of pathogenesis related to infection with all types of microorganisms, viruses, fungi, or parasites.
The MCW Center for Patient Care and Outcomes Research conducts research on patient care services and related health outcomes.
The CTSI is an innovative infrastructure to support and advance education, collaboration, and research in clinical and translational science.
The FRRC plays a vital role in promoting research activities related to both free radical and nitric oxide-related research at MCW.
The Human and Molecular Genetics Center develops the critical research expertise and infrastructure required for MCW to be a leader in functional genomics.
The Neuroscience Research Center was founded in 2010 with the goal of enhancing neuroscience research at MCW. Our overarching goal is to use a team approach to tackle neurological and psychiatric disorders.