Special Programs and Services
The Advanced Ocular Imaging Program (AOIP) provides an infrastructure to promote the development and use of translational ocular imaging tools to improve detection, diagnosis, and management of eye disease.
The MCW Anatomical Gift Registry maintains and allocates body donations to support a broad spectrum of educational and clinical research endeavors.
Learn how the Medical College of Wisconsin Division of Biostatistics is dedicated to providing biostatistical support to biomedical researchers.
Congenital Muscle Disease Tissue Repository, an IRB-approved biorepository, stores body tissues collected during surgeries or autopsies which can be used for research.
Contractors performing work at MCW must monitor the safety of the job site, implement their own safety programs, and comply with MCW’s safety requirements.
The Division of Epidemiology is a research orientated division of the Institute for Health and Society, specializing in databases, secondary data, and GIS.
A multidisciplinary neuroimaging program for cognitive and clinical neuroscience and combining MEG with EEG and MRI imaging.
The Office of Global Health's vision is to train the next generation of global health leaders and address global health inequities across neighborhoods and nations.
Learn about the Phase II trial of Photofrin and photodynamic therapy in adult patients at Froedtert Hospital, a protocol funded by Concordia Healthcare.
The mission of Quantitative Health Sciences (QHS) is to provide scientifically valid, efficient and dependable research support for study design, data management and analysis of laboratory, animal and clinical studies.
The MCW Cancer Center Redox and Bioenergetics Shared Resource (RBSR) plays a campuswide, critical role in providing state-of-the-art equipment and services to support studies on bioenergetics, metabolism and redox signaling in cancer cells and normal cells.
Learn how MCW's Redox Biology Program brings together researchers interested in the role of redox processes in physiology and pathology.
The Program in Regenerative Medicine and Stem Cell Biology's mission is to provide an environment that will promote the use of stem cells in the study of cell biology, developmental biology, and disease.
Learn about Research MRI Safety with information needed for safety training and to perform research studies at Medical College of Wisconsin.
Medical College of Wisconsin's Student and Resident Behavioral Health Program provides mental health and wellness resources and services to undergraduate and graduate medical trainees.
The Transgenic Core provides a technology resource to support the generation of transgenic mouse lines and knock-out mice. The Core Staff offers expertise, materials, training, consultation, access to equipment, and performs selected procedures on a fee for service basis.
At the Translational Research Unit (TRU), principles of science, need, and diversity converge to provide a foundation that facilitates research excellence and improves the health of diverse populations.