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New Graduate School tradition debuts at Commencement

Graduates of the Medical College of Wisconsin’s Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences began a new tradition in 2014 by taking an oath of professional conduct.  The oath was written by 2014 Graduate School graduate Jessica Priestley and members of MCW’s Graduate Student Association.

MCW’s 101st annual commencement was held Friday, May 16, in the Milwaukee Theatre.  MCW’s Medical School and its Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences awarded a total of 188 MD, 47 PhD, 25 MS, 6 MA, and 13 Master of Public Health degrees.

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MCW In the News

Froedtert & the Medical College of Wisconsin ranked #1 hospital in Milwaukee

July 17 - US News and World Report’s Best Hospitals list ranks Froedtert & the Medical College of Wisconsin Froedtert Hospital the number one hospital in Milwaukee, and one of the two top hospitals in Wisconsin. BizTimes

PM&R Hosts First Adaptive Sports and Recreation Expo

July 17 - MCW’s Department of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation will host Metro Milwaukee’s first Adaptive Sports and Recreation Expo on July 26 at Nathan Hale High School in West Allis. The expo will showcase over 40 organizations with adaptive sports and recreation opportunities. Greenfield Now

Violence Prevention Initiative, Project Ujima Sponsor Summit to Prevent Gun Violence

July 17 - A Milwaukee Journal Sentinel opinion editorial describes the work of the Coming Together Summit to begin a community-wide endeavor to prevent gun violence. MCW’s Violence Prevention Initiative, funded by the Advancing a Healthier Wisconsin endowment, and MCW/Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin’s Project Ujima, were sponsors of the summit and co-authors of the opinion editorial. i>Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

Kellogg Grant to Dr. Willis Aids Increased Breastfeeding Support for Low-Income Mothers

July 17 - The W.K. Kellogg Foundation awarded Dr. Earnestine Willis (Pediatrics) a one-year, $150,000 grant to increase breastfeeding support for nursing mothers in low-income populations who are returning to the workforce. Wauwatosa Now

Trustee Discusses Need for IT Infrastructure for High-Tech Health Organizations

July 17 - In a presentation at the 12th annual Wisconsin Technology News Media Digital Healthcare Conference, MCW Trustee John Byrnes discussed the need for MCW and other high-tech health organizations to have an IT infrastructure that supports clinical care, public health and research in the life-sciences, with over-lapping collaborative care in patient-centered medical homes, clinical translational research, and healthcare analytics. WTN News
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