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Medical School Dean Reflects on His First Decade
May 12, 2022
Joseph E. Kerschner, MD ’90, FEL ’98, reflects on 10 years as dean, School of Medicine.
Inspiring Hope: The Ryan M. Schaller Foundation
May 12, 2022
Alyssa is honoring her late husband’s legacy by providing funding for cancer research and support.
Celebrating the Life and Legacy of Dean Emeritus Dr. Michael J. Dunn
May 7, 2022
Michael J. Dunn, MD '62, guided MCW's emergence as a national leader.
The Walter Zeit Fellowship
May 5, 2022
Celebrating leadership, service, loyalty, and compassion in medicine.
MCW Student on a Mission to Prevent Violence in Milwaukee
May 4, 2022
Sadly, violence is a part of life for many children, Ashley Hollo learned as an MD student at MCW.
MCW Researcher Develops Framework to Examine Impact of Climate Change on Human Health
April 28, 2022
For Jean Bikomeye, a third-year PhD student at MCW, the issue of climate change is very personal.
Embodying Family and Community: MCW Latino Medical Student Association Wins Regional Award and Earns National Service Recognition
April 21, 2022
Through mentorship, community outreach, and education, MCW-LMSA is building a strong culture of support.
Kerchia Asia Lee Wins Inaugural Mary Jane Shanks Trailblazer Award
April 18, 2022
MCW pharmacy student Kerchia Asia Lee receives award that recognizes non-traditional students who thrive despite barriers to success.
A Physician's Journey to Humility and Gratitude
April 14, 2022
Alumnus Dr. Vasudevan is proud of his journey as a physician, son, husband, father and citizen.
Michels Family and Michels Family Foundation Donates $15 Million for Rare Cancers Research
April 7, 2022
Gift honors Sophie Michels, a long-term cancer survivor.
Changemaker: Medical Student Receives National Recognition for Local Community Health Work
April 6, 2022
MCW medical student Jonathan Wong selected for prestigious Campus Compact Newman Civic Fellowship.
Two Years Later, MCW Reflects on COVID-19: Dr. Jessica Olson
April 6, 2022
Jessica Olson, PhD, MPH, associate professor, highlights the importance of virtual connection as she looks back over the last 2 years.
From “No Way” to Leading the Way
April 6, 2022
Alumna Mia Cowan, MD ’02, GME ‘06, MBA, credits MCW with changing the course of her professional life.
Two Years Later, MCW Reflects on COVID-19: Dr. Heidi Christianson
April 5, 2022
Heidi F. Christianson, PhD, MS, associate professor, considers the uncertainty and aftereffects of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Two Years Later, MCW Reflects on COVID-19: Dr. Karen MacKinnon
April 4, 2022
Karen J. MacKinnon, BPharm, RPh, assistant professor and director praises a sense of purpose within the first 2 years of the COVID pandemic.
Two Years Later, MCW Reflects on COVID-19: Dr. Nathan Ledeboer
March 31, 2022
Nathan Ledeboer, PhD, medical director and professor, praises teamwork and diversity amidst the last 2 years of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Saving Lives by Changing the System
March 30, 2022
Years ago Jackson County residents realized they had a problem with suicides amongst its residents.
Two Years Later, MCW Reflects on COVID-19: Dr. David Nelson
March 23, 2022
David Nelson, PhD, MS, associate professor, urges patience and encouragement, reflecting on the past 2 years of COVID.
Two Years Later, MCW Reflects on COVID-19: Cristhian Huerta Gutierrez
March 22, 2022
MCW student Cristhian Huerta Gutierrez reinforces the need for connection and community as he looks back over the last 2 years.
Two Years Later, MCW Reflects on COVID-19: Dr. Himanshu Agrawal
March 21, 2022
Himanshu Agrawal, MD, DF-APA, assistant professor, finds resilience in his 2-year reflections on the COVID pandemic.
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