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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

Continuing Medical Education: State to Begin Random Audits of CME Credits

June 17 - Dr. Kenneth Simons provides expert comment in a Fox/Channel 6 report on changes to state oversight of continuing medical education credits. Fox 6 Now

Parents should trust instincts about children’s illnesses

July 1 - Dr. Cecille Sulman and Dr. Lisa Zetley were interviewed by the Wisconsin Jewish Chronicle about parents’ concerns about evaluating children’s symptoms, and making the decision to contact a physician or visit urgent care or an emergency room. The Wisconsin Jewish Chronicle

MCW Launches $65 Million Fundraising Campaign for Genomic Sequencing

June 24 - MCW is raising $65 million to support genetic sequencing research. In a front-page story in the Milwaukee Business Journal, Howard Jacob, PhD, describes how the research will expand MCW’s capabilities to identify difficult-to-detect diseases and predicting patient risk for developing cancers and other diseases. Milwaukee Business Journal

Dr. Woodson Discusses How Sleep Loss Impacts Cardiovascular System, Metabolism

Aug 2 - Dr. B. Tucker Woodson discusses how sleep deprivation can impact the cardiovascular system and metabolism in Health Matters with Dr. Sanjay Gupta. Everyday Health

Dr. Grayson Comments on Study on Genetic Origins of Human Allergies

Aug 2 - Dr. Mitchell Grayson provides expert comment in a U.S. News & World Report article on a study on a connective tissue disorder that could provide information on the genetic origin of nearly all human allergies and allergic diseases. U.S. News & World Report

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