Medical College of Wisconsin Community Partnerships

Community Partnerships at the Medical College of Wisconsin

Collaboration facilitates the sharing of knowledge, talents and resources for the betterment of all those involved. By cultivating a strong network of health advocates across the state, the Medical College of Wisconsin brings new discoveries that have the power to impact each and every one of us. Together, we will continue to develop collaborative research that advances the health and vitality of our own community and beyond. Learn More
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Strength through community-based partnerships

A healthier community begins with strong networks of health advocates, community clinics and partnering healthcare and educational institutions. By developing collaborative research and patient care coalitions, MCW assists communities advancing health and equity.
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Advancing a Healthier Wisconsin Endowment

Building a healthier Wisconsin by propelling promising work in research, health care education and workforce development, and community health initiatives.

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Institute for Health & Equity

A respected research hub focused on population health, biostatistics, bioethics and epidemiology.

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Clinical & Translational Science Institute

An innovative collaboration among multiple Milwaukee-area partners dedicated to research and education in clinical and translational science.

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Center for AIDS Intervention Research

Preventing the spread of HIV and improving the health of those living with HIV infection.

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Center for Healthy Communities and Research

Focused on health promotion, education, research and screening in the community.

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Together, we can impact our community

Explore Community Engagement Resources

Discover resources to advance community engagement.

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