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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.
The research and advocacy of two MCW pioneers have given hope and life to thousands of babies like Evelyn.
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Justin Perez is pursuing his interest in medicine and gaining early exposure to careers in the field.
The Smith Lab's diverse and inclusive lab team includes students from populations traditionally underrepresented in science and medicine.
Jenny Geurts, MCW genetic counselor, has eyes on the horizon.
With the help of a mentor and her own determination, Carla Bridges, MD, was able to find her place at MCW.
MCW physician-researchers are investigating the effect of vitamin B12 on patients with sepsis through an innovative clinical trial.
As a first-generation college graduate, Dr. Sherréa Jones pushed herself to pursue unprecedented achievements in her family.
Radiation oncologists are using the world's first Elekta Unity MR-Linac technology to personalize radiation therapy.
Meet Dr. Jesse Ehrenfeld, a champion for health equity and new leader of a statewide philanthropy resource.
With the clock ticking on Chuck's second heart, an MCW transplant team raced to give him a third chance at life.
Meet The Team
Combining his talents in medicine with his service in the military, Dr. Jim Ninomiya has made his career as a doctor a true humanitarian...
Nnenna Nwaelugo’s mature vision for what a health system should be belies her age – she is only 19.
Physician-Scientist seeks to prevent cardiovascular disease.
Dominique Carter, PhD ’16, began her career in industry before entering government service through a competitive fellowship program.
Dr. Lotay Tshering, Prime Minister of Bhutan and MCW fellowship alumnus, has an unconventional definition for what it means to de-stress...
Thanks to innovative research and clinical care, Sarah was able to overcome her stage 4 cancer diagnosis.
Jerrell Lovett wants to help change factors that lead to negative health outcomes for African Americans.
Meet British, a future physician driven to serve the underserved.
Meet Bryon, a man inspired to transform spinal cord injury.
Dr. Meena Bedi is currently leading a team of researchers in piloting a new project aimed at creating a blood test for soft tissue sarcomas.
The late Dr. James Cerletty served as residency program director and vice chair for education in MCW’s department of medicine for nearly 40...
The Medical College of Wisconsin has a strong tradition of training students who eventually become faculty members.
Thanks to the collaboration between oncologists and OB-GYN specialists, Jana is in remission and has a happy, healthy baby.
One of the many people John Kummer helps cross the street each day at the MCW-Milwaukee campus is the physician who saved his life.
The second installment in a two-part series about the importance of interprofessionalism in clinical care.
The first installment in a two-part series about the importance of interprofessionalism in education and research.
It took an integrated team to take care of Sally's complex health issues.
Dr. Bryon Johnson’s personally meaningful clinical research to harness the immune system to fight cancer is showing promising results.
Dr. Ehab Atallah and colleagues will embark on a journey to the top of Mount Kilimanjaro in October to support the International Chronic...
Through her own courage and with the help of a dedicated trauma psychologist, Nafessa was able to persevere through debilitating trauma.