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Student Enrichment Program for Underrepresented Professions (StEP-UP) program began serving students in 2017.
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Dr. Christina Yannetsos has been chosen to work as part of an elite group of medical experts to support USA Judo athletes.
The concert series will raise money for MCW’s pipeline education programs.
A new program has teamed MCW medical students with veterans during the pandemic.
Olivia Davies, MCW-Milwaukee Class of 2021, reflects on the past year as she prepares for residency.
MCW School of Pharmacy assisted in providing more than 17,000 vaccines to healthcare personnel and other eligible populations.
Sophia Neman co-authored a study that could impact the way we address pandemics in the future.
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MD student Quamaine Bond knows why he chose the field he chose. He loves to help people.
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MCW medical student Kelsey Lamb believes that students need to prioritize mental health during their education journey.
MCW responded swiftly and decisively to ensure its learners remained safe and healthy while fulfilling necessary graduation requirements.
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Dr. Kenneth Swanson, a first-year fellow, is completing his fellowship training during a unique time in his profession.
As graduating medical student Kayla Johnson prepares for Match Day, she takes a look back at those who have helped her along the way.