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Incoming medical student looks forward to attending school in hometown.
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From writing research papers to blogging and mentoring, Francie Moehring believes science communication should be a priority.
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The Medical College of Wisconsin Cardiovascular Center National Institute of Health T32 Postdoctoral Training Program is drawing top talent...
Sai-Suma Samudrala shares her experiences practicing medicine and learning valuable skills from clinicians, patients and peers.
Graduating students Andre Theurkauf, Martha Grace Courtright and Allison Meyer each have goals to serve the kind of community they come from...
Graduating MCW student Hector Lopez grew up in the Milwaukee area and will continue his journey in medicine there.
While pursuing medicine, alumnus Dr. Woods was also a competing three-time Olympian and former world champion in speed skating.
How a displaced teen’s drive to become a doctor helped him find a home at MCW.
Inez Pabian knew at a young age that she needed to create her own destiny and take on a large challenge in order to leave the economically...
For first-year medical student Greta Schmitt, the decision to return to Green Bay to pursue a career as a physician came naturally.
While serving his country was a clear part of Matthew Ewy’s future from a young age, serving his community as a health-care provider wasn’t...
Milwaukee, June 20, 2017 - High school senior Andreau Dorsey has endured complications from her sickle cell anemia since birth, but it was...
Destiny is a recurring theme in Tyler Schmidt's life, a fourth-year medical student at the Medical College of Wisconsin (MCW).
Sai-Suma Samudrala shares her summer fellowship experience studying congenital heart disease in the lab of Dr. Aoy Tomita-Mitchell and Dr....
Thanks to a partnership with Flight For Life, MCW emergency medicine residents care for the most critical patients in eastern Wisconsin.
Students, faculty and members of the MCW community pay tribute to body donors and their families at MCW's Anatomical Gift Registry's...
Medical College of Wisconsin-Green Bay student Ryan Berns (Class of 2018) knew it was a possibility, but when he found himself faced with...
Dr. Diana Lerner, assistant professor of pediatric gastroenterology at the Medical College of Wisconsin, creates cartoons to explain...