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May 20 - May 26

Ann's Hope Foundation Block Melanoma Run/Walk May 20

05-20-20186:45 AM  - 12:00 PM

The 14th Annual Block Melanoma 5K Run & 3K Walk and TEAM CATHY Kids Fun Run, organized by Ann’s Hope Foundation, will be held Sunday, May 20, at the Milwaukee County Zoo.

Registration and event details:

5K Run / 3K Walk

  • Online registration through May 11: $35 for adults; $20 for youth 17 and under
  • Race Day registration: $40 for adults; $25 for youth 17 and under

TEAM CATHY Kids Fun Run

  • Registration is $20

Proceeds from the event support melanoma research, including research at the Medical College of Wisconsin Cancer Center.

Based in southeast Wisconsin, Ann's Hope Foundation has been raising awareness and funding for melanoma research since 2005Its founders, Anne Frentzel and Ann Harrington, both lost family members to the disease.

Since 2007, Ann's Hope Foundation has donated nearly $600,000 to melanoma research at the Medical College of Wisconsin.

TietjStrong Football Tournament & Fundraiser for Brain Cancer Research May 20

05-20-201812:00 PM  - 5:00 PM

The third annual TietjStrong Football Tournament and Fundraiser Event for Brain Cancer Research will be held Sunday, May 20, 2018, from noon to 5 p.m. at the Lubar Stadium at Whitefish Bay High School (1200 E. Fairmount Avenue, Whitefish Bay, Wisconsin).

Teams of up to eight players, 18 or older, can participate- for a $200 team donation-in this bracket style tournament.  In addition to the games, there will also is a silent auction, raffles, music, cookout, and more. Fun for the whole family!

Proceeds from the event support brain cancer research the Medical College of Wisconsin Cancer Center.

This event is held in memory of Jim Tietjen, who coached football for 37 years- head football coach at Whitefish Bay High School for 14 years- who passed away from brain cancer in November of 2015 at age 61. 

To register your team, email: Joetietjen58@gmail.com

If you wish to volunteer or donate items for the silent acution/raffle, email: TietjStrong@gmail.com

Cardiovascular Center Atherosclerosis, Thrombosis & Vascular Biology Signature Program Meeting "Eicosanoid Regulation of the Cerebral Microcirculation in the Developing Brain" May 21

05-21-20189:00 AM  - 10:00 AM

CVC Member Susan Cohen, MD, FAAP, Assistant Professor, Division of Neonatology Weekly meeting with various presenters and labs from the CVC ATVB Signature Program. All are welcome to attend!

Department of Surgery Division of Research Visiting Professor Dr. Jonathan R. Brody, PhD "“Druggable” Non-Moving and Moving Targets in Pancreatic Cancer" May 21

05-21-20184:00 PM  - 5:00 PM

Seminar: “Druggable” Non-Moving and Moving Targets in Pancreatic Cancer

MCW Retirement Series "Healthcare Costs, Planning and Medicare" May 21

05-21-20185:15 PM  - 6:15 PM

Learn about the different parts of Medicare and Medigap insurance. Join us for a discussion that will address the key “ins” and “outs” of Medicare, empowering you to make smart decisions. Presented by William R. Meier, Jr., Vice President / Institutional Consultant at Graystone Consulting.

BRI Seminar Series “Genome-scale Fluctuations in the Cytotrophoblast Epigenome over Gestation and in Placental Pathologies” May 22

05-22-20189:30 AM  - 10:30 AM

“Genome-scale Fluctuations in the Cytotrophoblast Epigenome over Gestation and in Placental Pathologies,” presented by Susan J. Fisher, PhD, Professor, Department of Obstetrics, Gynecology, and Reproductive Services, University of California, San Francisco

Center for Microbiome Research Seminar "Assessing the Response of the Microbiota to Environmental Perturbations" May 22

05-22-201811:00 AM  - 12:00 PM

KC Huang, PhD (Associate Professor, Stanford, Bioengineering, Microbiology & Immunology, Biochemistry, Biophysics) presents "Assessing the Response of the Microbiota to Environmental Perturbations" for the Center for Microbiome Research Seminar Series.

Founders' Day Celebration May 22

05-22-20183:00 PM  - 5:00 PM

For 125 years, MCW has contributed to the vitality of Milwaukee, Wisconsin and beyond. Join us on May 22 to celebrate the day our institution was founded in 1893 and to kick off ongoing 125th anniversary events! Together, we will celebrate our legacy of advancing knowledge, driving discovery and improving the health of our community as we continue to rewrite our future.

Memorial Day Remembrance Ceremony May 23

05-23-20188:00 AM  - 8:05 AM

The MCW Military Resource Group and Dr. John R. Raymond, Sr. present a special Memorial Day wreath dedication to honor the men and women who have given their lives in service to this country.

MCW Memorial Day Ceremony May 23

05-23-20188:00 AM

The MCW Military Resource Group presents a special

Memorial Day Ceremony
Wednesday, May 23, 2018, at 8 a.m.
MCW-Milwaukee campus main entrance

Join us for a wreath dedication around the flagpole to honor those who lost their lives in service to their country. Military "Taps" will play after a few words from John R. Raymond, Sr., MD, MCW president and CEO, and a moment of silence.

A table for the Fallen and Missing Soldiers will be set up outside the MCW cafeteria.

Flourishing Lives Initiative Listening Session May 23 at 8 AM

05-23-20188:00 AM  - 9:00 AM

Hosted by Dr. Raymond

Flourishing Lives Initiative Listening Session May 23 at 8:30 AM

05-23-20188:30 AM  - 9:30 AM

Hosted by Dr. Raymond

Cell Biology Seminar May 23

05-23-20189:45 AM  - 11:00 AM

Cell Biology post-doctoral fellows present a research in progress seminar.

Flourishing Lives Initiative Listening Session May 23 at 2 PM

05-23-20182:00 PM  - 3:00 PM

Hosted by Dr. Raymond

Flourishing Lives Initiative Listening Session May 23 at 2:30 PM

05-23-20182:30 PM  - 3:30 PM

Hosted by Dr. Raymond

MCW Retirement Series "Understanding Social Security" May 23

05-23-20185:15 PM  - 6:15 PM

Over 90% of Americans are affected by the Social Security system, and millions of retirees are receiving benefits. The importance of Social Security cannot be overstated. What you don’t know about the system can hurt you. Learn the basics about Social Security, which can lead you to a more secure retirement. Presented by Mark Wildeman, Financial Advisor from Waddell & Reed.

Microbiology & Immunology Seminar "Biofilm Formation, Antibiotic Resistance, Sex Pheromones and Enterococcus faecalis Biology" May 24

05-24-201811:00 AM  - 12:00 PM

Gary Dunny, PhD (Professor, University of Minnesota) presents "Biofilm Formation, Antibiotic Resistance, Sex Pheromones and Enterococcus faecalis Biology". Co-sponsored by MCW Department of Microbiology & Immunology and Children's Research Institute.

Dissertation Defense of PhD Candidate Timothy Stodola "Structure and function of the genome within an SS-13BN congenic region" May 24

05-24-20181:00 PM  - 2:00 PM

On Thursday, May 24, 2018, Timothy Stodola will defend his dissertation entitled, "Structure and function of the genome within an SS-13BN congenic region". The dissertation defense will take place in the Basic Science Building Physiology Conference Room 576 at 1:00 PM. Timothy, a PhD Candidate in the Physiology Program is under the advisement of Dr. Andrew Greene.

Health Science Square: Communication in Community Engagement Series Session 3a May 24

05-24-20182:00 PM  - 3:00 PM

Health Science Square: Communication in Community Engagement Series Sessions 3a and 3b The Community Engagement Core, housed within the Office of the Senior Associate Dean for Community Engagement (CE), invites you to our series of workshops and seminars around strategic and intentional approaches to communication in community engaged partnerships. During the sessions, participants are provided a unique opportunity to learn from community engaged faculty and community partners about strategies for communication before, within, and after developing a community engaged partnership. Registration is currently open for the May 24th and June 19th sessions focused on dissemination strategies for projects in Community Engagement. The sessions build from one another, and will include discussions and content led by Dr. Sandra Bogar, Instructor and Research Fellow, Division of Epidemiology, Medical College of Wisconsin, and her community partners from Running Rebels. Registration for these events can be done through our website: https://www.mcw.edu/Community-Engagement/Health-Science-Square.htm. Please continue to look for upcoming events and capacity building opportunities with our office.

Class of 1968 50-Year Reunion, May 25-26, 2018

05-25-2018

The Class of 1968 celebrates 50 years in 2018!

Reserve your hotel online here.

DDT Program Seminar May 25

05-25-201811:00 AM  - 12:00 PM

Title TBD

Speaker TBD

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