College News, 2010
Archived Medical College of Wisconsin College News stories from 2010.
This memo from Drs. Raymond and Ravdin addresses the results of the Faculty Climate Survey.
John R. Raymond, Sr., MD, President and CEO, Jonathan I. Ravdin, MD, Dean and Executive Vice President, and the Diversity Advisory Committee hosted a reception in November to honor faculty, residents, medical and graduate students and community physicians who are under-represented in medicine.
Inauguration ceremonies were held for John R. Raymond, Sr., MD, on Thursday, Oct. 21. In his Inaugural address, Strength Through Collaboration, Dr. Raymond talked about the history of The Medical College of Wisconsin, the challenges it faces, and the role collaboration will play in meeting those challenges.
Inauguration ceremonies were held for John R. Raymond, Sr., MD, on Thursday, Oct. 21. The event was held in a tent outside the Health Research Center, and more than 500 people were in attendance, including faculty, staff, alumni, elected officials, community leaders, donors, and friends of the Medical College.
John R. Raymond, Sr., MD, the Medical College’s new President and CEO, recently answered questions about a variety of topics – including his career, academic medicine, and his vision for The Medical College of Wisconsin. This transcript and audio podcast is from the interview.
The National Institutes of Health (NIH) announced today it has awarded a $20 million grant to The Medical College of Wisconsin, representing a consortium of eight Milwaukee institutions to create a Milwaukee-wide research partnership that shares a common vision, resources and staff to advance biomedical research, patient care and education.
John R. Raymond, MD, The Medical College of Wisconsin’s new President and CEO, assumed his new position as the College’s sixth president on July 1. He comes to the Medical College from the Medical University of South Carolina where he served as Vice President for Academic Affairs and Provost.
The Bryon Riesch Paralysis Foundation donated $1 million to The Medical College of Wisconsin to support spinal cord injury research and establish The Bryon Riesch Paralysis Foundation Laboratories.
This memo from Dr. Jonathan I. Ravdin announces the appointment of Dr. Jon Lehrmann to the position of Interim Chair of the Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Medicine, effective September 1, 2010.
The Medical College of Wisconsin and the Medical College’s Consortium on Public and Community Health have committed $8.2 million over the next five years to implement the College’s Youth Violence Prevention Initiative. It is anticipated that the initiative will continue up to ten years.