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GE and National Football League Award Head Health Challenge Grant to Dr. McCrea

Michael McCrea, PhD, (Neurosurgery, Neurology) and MCW were one of 16 entities worldwide to receive a $300,000 Head Health Challenge grant from General Electric and the National Football League. Dr. McCrea and his team will use innovative MRI scanning technology to determine the direct effects of sport-related concussions on brain structure and function.  Up to six of the awardees will win an additional $500,000 award in 2015.

http://www.jsonline.com/news/health/concussion-research-grant-goes-to-medical-college-of-wisconsin-doctor-b99190280z1-241643411.html

Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, January 23, 2014

http://www.bizjournals.com/milwaukee/news/2014/01/23/medical-colleges-mccrea-wins-head.html

Milwaukee Business Journal, January 23, 2014

http://biztimes.com/article/20140123/ENEWSLETTERS02/140129877/0/daily_enews

BizTimes, January 23, 2014

http://online.wsj.com/article/PR-CO-20140123-908542.html

The Wall Street Journal, January 23, 2014

http://fox6now.com/2014/01/23/medical-college-of-wi-team-earns-grant-to-research-concussions/

Fox 6 News, January 23, 2014

http://www.cbs58.com/news/local-news/Local-concussion-research-team-receives-NFL-grant-241726961.html

CBS 58 News, January 23, 2014

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MCW In the News

MCW/Children’s: British Magazine Praises Dr. Willoughby for Developing “Milwaukee Protocol”

Apr 23 - BioMed Central from the United Kingdom describes the impact of the “Milwaukee Protocol,” developed by Dr. Rodney Willoughby, to treat rabies. BioMed Central

Patient Improvement Scores Improve When Whiteboards Identify Goals, Concerns

April 23 - Today’s Hospitalist reports on a 2011 study in the American Journal of Medical Quality by Dr. Sid Singh and MCW colleagues in which Press Ganey patient satisfaction scores improved when dry-erase boards were installed in patient rooms. Today's Hospitalist

Study Involving Dr. Fangman Finds Addicts in Rural Areas Often Aren’t Screened for Hepatitis C

April 23 - Dr. John Fangman is a co-author of a study reported in Harm Reduction Journal that found that intravenous drug users in rural areas are often not screened for hepatitis C. Drug Addiction Treatment

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