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Dr. Julie Freed named 2018 Steve Cullen Healthy Heart Scholar

June 5 - Julie Freed, MD, PhD, assistant professor of anesthesiology, is the recipient of the 2018 Steve Cullen Healthy Heart Scholar Award to fund her research on the treatment of life-threatening low blood pressure.

Dr. Balaraman Kalyanaraman receives outstanding achievement award from the Society of Asian American Scientists in Cancer Research

May 2 - Balaraman Kalyanaraman, PhD, chair and professor of Biophysics and the Harry R. and Angeline E. Quadracci Professor in Parkinson’s Research, is one of eight Indian American scientists to receive this year’s outstanding achievement award from the Society of Asian American Scientists in Cancer Research.

Strain for the Brain Run/Walk on May 12 to benefit brain tumor research

Apr. 24 - The annual Strain for the Brain 5K Run/Walk will be held on Saturday, May 12, at Miller Park. The event raises awareness of brain tumors and their impact on those affected by them. Since 2010, Strain for the Brain has raised nearly $350,000 for brain tumor research at Froedtert & the Medical College of Wisconsin.

First symposium in Nepal on Emergency Medicine and Education

Apr. 23 - On April 3, faculty representatives from the Medical College of Wisconsin (MCW) participated in an inaugural symposium at Dhulikhel Hospital in Kathmandu, Nepal. The theme of this one-day symposium was “Challenges and Opportunities in Emergency Medicine Training and Research in Nepal.”

Registration now open for Conversations with Scientists!

Mar. 21 - Registration is now open for Conversations with Scientists! AHW's popular speaker series is back, this time in partnership with the MCW Genomic Sciences and Precision Medicine Center. Top physicians and scientists will walk us through the history of precision medicine and what you need to know about the “genome,” how scientists use research to solve tough medical cases, the power in understanding your DNA, and new ways doctors and scientists are using genetic information to understand disease and care for your health.

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