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Eyes Feeling Dry? It may be due to the pandemic
April 22, 2021
An overlooked aspect of the pandemic has been its impact on eye health.
MCW Vaccine Clinic Highlights the Expanded Role of the Pharmacist
April 10, 2021
MCW School of Pharmacy assisted in providing more than 17,000 vaccines to healthcare personnel and other eligible populations.
Finding the Delicate Balance to Promote Safety and the Economy
April 7, 2021
Sophia Neman co-authored a study that could impact the way we address pandemics in the future.
Hope to Health: Historic Philanthropic Campaign for MCW and Froedtert Hospital Sets Records
April 6, 2021
The Campaign for MCW and Froedtert Hospital achieved a record amount of philanthropic support and engagement from the community.
Coming of Age at the Medical College of Wisconsin
March 22, 2021
Medical student Mogen Frenkel can’t help but feel like his life is playing out like a movie.
Bridging the Gap
March 15, 2021
Pharmacy student Kong Choua Thao hopes to use his education to serve the Hmong community.
Sharing Her Love for MCW
March 9, 2021
Barbara B. Calkins, MD, '96, former MCW/Marquette Medical Alumni Association president, reflects on her 30-year medical career.
Supporting Student Scholarships
March 3, 2021
James T. Breeden, MD, '70, makes a scholarship support gift to MCW to commemorate his graduation from medical school.
Hospitalists Step up to COVID-19 Challenges
February 25, 2021
When all were encouraged to “stay home” MCW hospitalists’ presence became more critical than ever.
Reflections on 30 Years as a Clinician, Educator and Leader
February 9, 2021
Jose Franco, MD '90, GME '93, FEL '94, 'would not change a thing' in his varied career at MCW.
A Second Chance at Life
February 8, 2021
Giselle Gomez had a long, difficult journey toward overcoming lymphoblastic leukemia.
Issuing a Matching Challenge to the 50-Year Reunion Class
February 4, 2021
Art Kaemmer, MD, '70, makes a gift to MCW to commemorate his graduation from medical school and encourages his fellow alumni to do the same.
An Alternative to Surgery for Uncomplicated Pediatric Appendicitis
January 28, 2021
New clinical trial results suggest antibiotics could be offered to families whose children have uncomplicated appendicitis.
Improving Healthcare from Milwaukee to Tanzania and Beyond
January 26, 2021
MD student Quamaine Bond knows why he chose the field he chose. He loves to help people.
Passion for Medicine & the Outdoors
January 12, 2021
Dr. Will Smith’s emergency medicine residency at MCW helped prepare him for a specialized career in military and wilderness medicine.
First-in-State Fellowship-Trained Pediatric/Adolescent Gynecologist
January 7, 2021
Katherine Haake Hayes, MD ’10, is the first fellowship-trained pediatric and adolescent gynecologist in the state of Utah.
Renowned Scientist Joins MCW Cancer Center as New Director
January 2, 2021
Gustavo Leone, PhD, also named as holder of Dr. Glenn R. and Nancy A. Linnerson Endowed Chair for Cancer Research.
Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences Celebrates 25 Years
December 8, 2020
MCW's graduate school trains biomedical research scientists and is a major component of the research engine of MCW that drives discovery.
Evolving the Living Drug
December 4, 2020
MCW physician-scientists seek to improve immunotherapies to better treat cancer.
Residency Match Benefits MCW
December 1, 2020
Legacy gift creates endowed chair in orthopaedic shoulder surgery research.
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