Recent online news stories that have featured MCW Faculty experts.
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Jeanna Giese, the world’s first person to survive rabies without a vaccine, had a second brush with the disease when her dogs were found chewing on a rabid bat. In 2004, Dr. Rodney Willoughby (Pediatrics – Infectious Disease) led a team of MCW and Children’s physicians and staff who developed the Milwaukee Protocol, a method of treating unvaccinated patients who develop rabies.
Fox 11 News, August 2, 2013
StarTribune, August 2, 2013
Dec 6 - Dr. SreyRam Kuy, an MCW Vascular Surgery Fellow, authored an article on the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation’s Human Capital Blog entitled, “The Imperative to Improve Gallbladder Disease Treatment and Outcomes for Men.” Robert Wood Johnson Foundation’s Human Capital Blog
Dec 6 - Dr. Stephen Hargarten discusses his participation in a United Nations’ meeting on gun safety. Fox 6 News
Dec 6 - Elizabeth Worthey, PhD, reports on an MCW/Children’s study published in the Journal of Neurodevelopmental Disorders that identified genes responsible for childhood apraxia. WUWM-FM