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MCW Student Explores Native American Heritage During Her Path in Medicine
March 9, 2023
Born into a low-resource household, Morgan Lockhart is a descendant of the Keetoowah Band of Cherokee Indians.
Building Local Expertise: MCW Faculty Join Multi-Institutional Collaborative Partnership to Train Gastroenterologists in Rwanda
March 3, 2023
The partnership is a shining example of the embodiment of MCW’s missions on a global scale.
Stepping Up for Equity in Medicine, One Student at a Time
February 23, 2023
Jean Mallet and the Office of Student Inclusion and Diversity want students to reach their full potential.
A Career in Cardiothoracic Surgery that Began with Wisconsin's First Heart Transplant
February 23, 2023
Two medical school faculty mentors inspired Larry W. Stephenson, MD '70, to become a heart surgeon.
MCW Researchers Aim to Save Lives Through the Development of Female Crash Test Dummies
February 9, 2023
For decades car safety advances have overlooked women. Susan Cronn and team hope to address this gap.
Tools of the Trade
February 9, 2023
Trained to use tools by her electrician father, Dr. Merry Sebelik’s (MD '86, GME '91) path led her to use a new set of tools as a surgeon.
Honoring a Friend, Preventing Veteran Suicide
February 2, 2023
John Mason, a Marine who served in Vietnam, struggled silently for years with depression and PTSD.
The Vision of Philanthropy
January 18, 2023
Donors make a difference by investing in the research, educational and clinical missions of the Froedtert & MCW Eye Institute.
MCW Student Creates Nonprofit That Provides Books to Help Refugees Learn English
January 13, 2023
Maie Zagloul created Books for Chance to help evacuee kids learn English and spark a love for books.
A Fresh Perspective on Research
December 7, 2022
MCW graduate student Amanda Marks, who dropped out of school at 16, will defend her doctoral thesis soon.
Serving Those Who Serve
November 11, 2022
MCW and the Zablocki VA Medical Center’s 76-year partnership benefits both doctors and patients.
MCW and U.S. Army Join Forces to Save Lives
November 9, 2022
MCW’s Joining Forces Program is designed to increase the clinical readiness of U.S. Army providers.
A Meeting of the Minds
November 4, 2022
MCW neuroscientists share a focus on spinal muscular atrophy (SMA) research.
From Soldier to DOD Researcher
October 31, 2022
Current PhD student and Armed Services veteran comes full circle with Department of Defense grant award.
Researcher Pilots New Process that Reduces the Length of Cancer Radiation Treatments
October 28, 2022
Dr. Joseph Zenga is leveraging the power of research to help improve outcomes for his cancer patients.
MCW Professor and His Family Strive to Improve Health for All
October 20, 2022
About five years ago, MCW’s Dr. Ken Lee heeded a call to serve at an orphanage in Puebla, Mexico.
With an Eye Toward the Future
October 19, 2022
Medical education and residency training at MCW enabled Deborah DiStefano, MD ’76, GME ’80, to carry forward her father's legacy.
MCW Scientist Leads Battle to Understand How to Heal Cancer Cells
October 11, 2022
There’s a battle brewing at MCW, and it involves the fundamental processes happening in cells.
MCW Hosts Milwaukee Business Journal Roundtable
October 6, 2022
MCW students describe what they believe the future of healthcare means to them.
Postgraduate Training is Competitive Edge for Pharmacy Students
October 6, 2022
MCW's School of Pharmacy prepares students for postgraduate residency training programs and to pursue different medical specialties.
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