Discovery and innovation through biomedical advancements, laboratory research and clinical trials drives major breakthroughs in health, education and treatment.learn more
Schools & Programs
Join the next generation of knowledge seekers committed to advancing the health of the communities around them.Inquire and Apply
By cultivating strong partnerships and making connections in and with our community, we have the power to advance the health and vitality of all. We invite you to reach out, connect and work with us as we strive towards this vision.Learn more
During this constantly changing situation, it is important to have the latest information from credible and trustworthy sources. All resources provided here have been validated by MCW physicians, scientists and other credible partners.Learn more
Medical College of Wisconsin
Recent StoriesView More
Community Conversations: Shifts in Attitudes Toward Mental Health
August 11, 2022
The personal nature of mental health means conversations about it will be different for everyone.
Lessons from Past HIV Outreach Being Utilized to Address COVID-19 Disparities
August 4, 2022
MCW researchers are using knowledge learned during the AIDS pandemic to combat COVID-19.
An Alumnus With a Giving Heart
August 2, 2022
The life story of J. Luis Bautista, MD ’84, is truly one of “rags to riches.”
The Greg Sensiba Memorial: A Family Inspired to Give Back
July 28, 2022
To honor Greg and show gratitude for the care he received, the Greg Sensiba Memorial was created.
Community Conversations: Overcoming the Stigma of Seeking Mental Health Help
July 27, 2022
Stigmas of mental health can be overwhelming. Milwaukee experts are overcoming these barriers.
MACC Fund: The Power of Collaboration
July 27, 2022
The MACC Fund, Children’s Wisconsin, MCW and the community are a united force in the fight against childhood cancers.
From a Dream to a Reality: MCW-Green Bay Graduates its 100th Doctor
July 25, 2022
This year’s MCW-Green Bay commencement marked the graduation of the campus’ 100th physician.
Securing the Health of Our Communities: A Special Message from Dr. Joe Kerschner
July 21, 2022
Summer brings fond farewells to graduating students and warm welcomes to incoming learners at MCW.
Science Needs More Physicians
July 20, 2022
MCW creates physician-scientist immersion program to address the shortage of US physicians conducting research.
Community Conversations: Epiphany's Mental Health Story
July 13, 2022
Milwaukee resident Epiphany discusses her experience with depression and journey to healing.
Master of Public Health Alumnus Returns to Pursue Doctoral Degree
July 13, 2022
Maxwell Roy, MPH '17, returns to MCW for the online Doctor of Public Health (DrPH) program.
Reflections on a Life in Science and Education
July 12, 2022
When Dr. Ravi Misra joined MCW in 1993 he was uncertain about how long he would stay.
Lessons of Global Engagement: Rwandan Resourcefulness
July 5, 2022
MCW graduate student embraces lessons on adaptability during global health internship.
MCW Faculty Take on New Roles During Pandemic
June 30, 2022
MCW medical professionals reflect on their unique roles as public communicators and spokespersons during the pandemic.
Community Conversations: Mental Health Access Gaps
June 29, 2022
As Wisconsin communities grapple with mental health, issues of equity remain a critical challenge.
When Prostate Cancer Returns
June 15, 2022
MCW physician-scientists test new treatment for advanced prostate cancer.
Family Inspired to Make a Difference
June 14, 2022
Loyal. Tough. Fighter. Inviting. Outgoing. Stubborn. Devoted wife. Loving mother.
A ‘Superwoman’ in Medicine
June 7, 2022
She doesn’t wear a cape. But to family, friends and patients MCW alumna Dr. Davies is a superwoman.
MCW Responds to the Waukesha Holiday Parade Tragedy
June 3, 2022
MCW faculty and support staff respond to the emergency call to treat patients injured at the event.
$10 Million Investment Fuels Genomic Sciences and Precision Medicine
May 23, 2022
“We want to focus on research at Froedtert and MCW. The goal is to attract world-class researchers.”
The Medical College of Wisconsin (MCW) is committed to fostering a diverse community of outstanding faculty, staff, and students, as well as ensuring equal educational opportunity, employment, and access to services, programs, and activities, without regard to an individual's race, color, national origin, religion, age, disability, sex, gender identity/expression, sexual orientation, marital status, pregnancy, predisposing genetic characteristic, or military status. Employees, students, applicants or other members of the MCW community (including but not limited to vendors, visitors, and guests) may not be subjected to harassment that is prohibited by law or treated adversely or retaliated against based upon a protected characteristic. See MCW’s Non-Discrimination Statement and points of contact.