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On The Shoulders of Giants: Soref Legacy Advances Neurological Discovery
December 2, 2021
The legacy of Daniel M. Soref.
A New Puzzle Piece
November 5, 2021
MCW scientists are the first to demonstrate a role for transfer RNA fragments in hypertension.
MCW Team Leads Pediatric Study
November 2, 2021
MCW and health system partner Children’s Wisconsin are on the vanguard of best practices for gastroschisis.
Preserving Critical Language Regions During Epilepsy Surgery
October 5, 2021
Dr. Jeffrey Binder is undertaking pioneering research on potential side effects of epilepsy surgery.
Breast Cancer Survivor Credits Team of MCW Physicians with Saving Her Life
October 2, 2021
Lauren Lanza is grateful to her exceptional team of MCW talented, dedicated and compassionate providers for her life-saving healthcare.
Medical College of Wisconsin Students Help Address Vaccine Hesitancy in Latinx Community
September 30, 2021
MCW medical students are leading an effort to increase vaccination rates on Milwaukee’s South Side.
Fulfilling the Promise: Philanthropic Partnership Promotes Character and Caring in Medicine
The Kern Family Foundation and MCW are dedicated to transforming medical education and practice.
Avalon Action Alliance Donates $12.5 Million to Create Traumatic Brain Injury Program in Partnership with the Neuroscience Institute
Milwaukee will be home to the Midwest’s first program designed specifically to treat mild Traumatic Brain Injury (mTBI or concussions) in veterans and first responders.
Honoring a Friend, Preventing Veteran Suicide
John Mason, a Marine who served in Vietnam, struggled silently for years with depression and PTSD.
The Vision of Philanthropy
Donors make a difference by investing in the research, educational and clinical missions of the Froedtert & MCW Eye Institute.
A Lifetime of Gratitude and Generosity
Bill Listwan, MD ’68, reflects on the experiences that shaped his life and the importance of philanthropy.
Wigdale Family Establishes Innovation Fund for Memory Disorders in Memory of Libby and Jim Wigdale
The fund will advance innovative medical research and treat memory disorders.
What Sorrow Reveals: How Billie Kubly Transformed Tragedy into a Mission
After the loss of her son, Billie Kubly’s sorrow revealed an inner drive to help others and a voice to advocate for change.
'Paying it Forward': MCW Husband and Wife Team Launch Program to Help STEM Students
Dr. Himanshu Agrawal was helped during his medical education journey. Now he’s looking to help others.
Walter Hogan, MD, MCW's Longest-Serving Faculty Member, Dies Oct. 8
Walter Hogan, MD ’58, FEL ‘64, the Medical College of Wisconsin’s (MCW) longest-serving faculty member and a founder of the internationally esteemed “Milwaukee Group” of digestive disease experts, died on Saturday, Oct. 8. He was 91.
Giving Back to the Next Generation
The John K. Konkel, MD and Patricia Konkel Scholarship has made a significant impact in the lives of MCW students.
Kubly Family Invests $5 Million to Establish a Suicide Prevention Research Program at the Medical College of Wisconsin
Dr. and Mrs. Michael C. Kubly community-based suicide prevention research program to focus on access and interventions.
Paula & Rodger Riney Foundation Provides $5.9 Million to Accelerate Multiple Myeloma Research
Gift supports research during the next two years at the MCW Cancer Center.
Celebrating Our 10-Year Journey to Regional Medical Education
MCW's two regional campuses address physician maldistribution by training physicians in the communities where they are needed the most.
The Greg Sensiba Memorial: A Family Inspired to Give Back
To honor Greg and show gratitude for the care he received, the Greg Sensiba Memorial was created.
MACC Fund: The Power of Collaboration
The MACC Fund, Children’s Wisconsin, MCW and the community are a united force in the fight against childhood cancers.
From a Dream to a Reality: MCW-Green Bay Graduates its 100th Doctor
This year’s MCW-Green Bay commencement marked the graduation of the campus’ 100th physician.
Securing the Health of Our Communities: A Special Message from Dr. Joe Kerschner
Summer brings fond farewells to graduating students and warm welcomes to incoming learners at MCW.