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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.”
Advancing Surgery Across the Globe
May 19, 2022
MCW faculty provide training on various surgical subspecialties in dozens of countries.
MCW Student Demonstrates the Relationship Between Music and Mental Health
May 18, 2022
Francis Tongpalad, a fourth-year medical student is most at peace when he’s in the “flow state.”
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.
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