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Dr. McCrea Explains How the Brain Reacts to Traumatic Injury

Michael McCrea, PhD, (Neurosurgery and Neurology) explains how the brain reacts to traumatic injury in a BizTimes article on concussions. In an accompanying article, Dr. McCrea discusses the potential benefits of a $60 million initiative between GE Healthcare and the National Football League to increase the accuracy and speed of traumatic brain injury diagnosis.

http://www.biztimes.com/article/20130527/MAGAZINE03/305249983/-1/daily_enews/Concussions-are-still-medical-mysteries-

BizTimes, May 27, 2013

http://www.biztimes.com/article/20130527/MAGAZINE03/305249985/-1/daily_enews/First-and-goal

BizTimes, May 27, 2013

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Dr. Kuester Participates in “Walk with a Doc” Program in Washington Park

Dr. Jessica Kuester was one of the physicians who participated in the “Walk with a Doc” program on April 5 in Milwaukee’s Washington Park. Milwaukee Neighborhood News Service

Violence Prevention Initiative Participates in Events to Raise Awareness of Youth Violence

Apr 23 - MCW’s Violence Prevention Initiative raised awareness of the issue of youth violence in local communities during National Youth Violence Prevention Week, April 7-13th. Wauwatosa Now

Dr. Clarke to Discuss Ways to Research Survivors of Suicide Attempts

Apr 23 - David Clarke, PhD, will be a panelist discussing ways to reach those at risk for suicide and survivors of suicide attempts on June I in Evanston, Illinois. Rebecca's Dream

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