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Clinical trials are invaluable in testing new treatments, drugs and technologies.
Project Wonder: the Art of Science at the Medical College of Wisconsin partners basic and translational scientists with local artists and writers to elevate and amplify their innovative, life-changing research.
Translational scientists turn science and research into improved treatments.
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We’re driving research that leads to improved diagnoses, more effective treatments, and new cures.
We work closely with partners to redefine health beyond healthcare and with a bold vision of achieving health equity for all.
We’re committed to meeting the needs of our changing population, and solving the significant healthcare provider shortage.
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For medical student Mario Castellanos, the ability to work with the Latino community in Milwaukee brings him a little closer to home.
Clinical research is the primary method to determine if a new treatment is safe and effective.
Improving survival rate for kids suffering from leukemia has become a life mission for Dr. Michael Burke.
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Asian American and Native Hawaiian/Pacific Islander communities are diverse with unique disparities.
Hoping to fill a crucial void for local programmers, MCW turned to the MKE Tech Hub Coalition.
Ann Klopp, PhD '02, MD '03, GME '04, reflects on her physician-scientist training through MCW's Medical Scientist Training Program.
Throughout her career, Dr. Higgins has actively studied and practiced robotic surgery.
Dr. Alison Kriegel and Laketta Caldwell discuss the many facets that go into becoming a scientist.
Preclinical research tests feasibility, safety and potential of ideas uncovered in basic science.
The Southeast Wisconsin Data Science Collaborative hosted the first Hack for Health event this spring.
Ana Mia Corujo Ramirez is using her research skills to contribute to decreasing health disparities in Puerto Rico.
MCW and its hospital partners provide advanced diagnostics, therapeutic and surgical treatments to improve epilepsy treatment.
Basic science, also often referred to as bench or fundamental research, focuses on how the world works.
Dr. Franco and Patricia discuss the importance of research and how it can be a source of hope.
MCW Cancer Center scientists and the WBCS are making a difference with the help of generous donors.
MCW scientist Dr. John Mantsch and his partners study overdose patterns to improve prevention strategies.
Dr. Vera Tarakanova believes creativity is needed to uncover why some viruses function the way they do.
The Kern Family Foundation and MCW are dedicated to transforming medical education and practice.
Milwaukee community members and MCW faculty came together to discuss the importance of research.
Mentorship and global healthcare are cornerstones of MCW alumna Dr. Carolyn S. Quinsey's professional career (MD '10).
The Initiative raises awareness about issues including trauma and social determinants of health.
Michael Krentz, MD '73, reflects on his career as an emergency physician, a US Navy flight surgeon and published author.
There’s a new club in town, but to be a part of it, you need show off your neuroradiology knowledge.
Dr. Michael Malinowski has a passion for helping others and collaborating with educators across the globe.
Young Wisconsin athlete Auggie Tate successfully faces the challenges of celiac disease.
Sadie Miller encountered a few surprises after starting medical school at MCW-Central Wisconsin.
MCW, CTSI and community partners collaborate to advance the health of the community through research and discovery.
Chase LaRue has never been afraid to try something new if it meant helping other people.
The MCW Pharmacy School offers a groundbreaking dual-degree program with undergraduate schools from across the state of Wisconsin.
Born into a low-resource household, Morgan Lockhart is a descendant of the Keetoowah Band of Cherokee Indians.
The partnership is a shining example of the embodiment of MCW’s missions on a global scale.
A tradition of innovation runs in Milwaukee’s blood.
Jean Mallet and the Office of Student Inclusion and Diversity want students to reach their full potential.
Two medical school faculty mentors inspired Larry W. Stephenson, MD '70, to become a heart surgeon.
Trained to use tools by her electrician father, Dr. Merry Sebelik’s (MD '86, GME '91) path led her to use a new set of tools as a surgeon.
For decades car safety advances have overlooked women. Susan Cronn and team hope to address this gap.
John Mason, a Marine who served in Vietnam, struggled silently for years with depression and PTSD.
Donors make a difference by investing in the research, educational and clinical missions of the Froedtert & MCW Eye Institute.
Maie Zagloul created Books for Chance to help evacuee kids learn English and spark a love for books.
MCW graduate student Amanda Marks, who dropped out of school at 16, will defend her doctoral thesis soon.
MCW and the Zablocki VA Medical Center’s 76-year partnership benefits both doctors and patients.
MCW’s Joining Forces Program is designed to increase the clinical readiness of U.S. Army providers.
MCW neuroscientists share a focus on spinal muscular atrophy (SMA) research.