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Michael Krentz, MD '73, reflects on his career as an emergency physician, a US Navy flight surgeon and published author.
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.
Medical education and residency training at MCW enabled Deborah DiStefano, MD ’76, GME ’80, to carry forward her father's legacy.
MCW's School of Pharmacy prepares students for postgraduate residency training programs and to pursue different medical specialties.
MCW's two regional campuses address physician maldistribution by training physicians in the communities where they are needed the most.
The life story of J. Luis Bautista, MD ’84, is truly one of “rags to riches.”
To honor Greg and show gratitude for the care he received, the Greg Sensiba Memorial was created.
This year’s MCW-Green Bay commencement marked the graduation of the campus’ 100th physician.
Summer brings fond farewells to graduating students and warm welcomes to incoming learners at MCW.
MCW creates physician-scientist immersion program to address the shortage of US physicians conducting research.
Maxwell Roy, MPH '17, returns to MCW for the online Doctor of Public Health (DrPH) program.
When Dr. Ravi Misra joined MCW in 1993 he was uncertain about how long he would stay.
Loyal. Tough. Fighter. Inviting. Outgoing. Stubborn. Devoted wife. Loving mother.
She doesn’t wear a cape. But to family, friends and patients MCW alumna Dr. Davies is a superwoman.
MCW faculty and support staff respond to the emergency call to treat patients injured at the event.
Joseph E. Kerschner, MD ’90, FEL ’98, reflects on 10 years as dean, School of Medicine.
Alyssa is honoring her late husband’s legacy by providing funding for cancer research and support.
Michael J. Dunn, MD '62, guided MCW's emergence as a national leader.
Celebrating leadership, service, loyalty, and compassion in medicine.
Alumnus Dr. Vasudevan is proud of his journey as a physician, son, husband, father and citizen.
Alumna Mia Cowan, MD ’02, GME ‘06, MBA, credits MCW with changing the course of her professional life.
MCW alumnus Dr. Casey Batten has served as lead medical team physician for the LA Rams since 2016.
Louella Amos, MD, GME ’06, FEL ’09 and ’10, associate professor of pediatrics, educates the community about the dangers of vaping.
Learn how genetic testing and research have provided insights on Russell’s retinal disorder.
What if you could improve your heart health just by singing? Dr. Jacquelyn Kulinski investigates.
Bidding adieu to long-time director Dr. Joseph Barbieri, professor of Microbiology & Immunology.
Elizabeth Tucker Sanfelippo, MD ’71, GME '74, FEL '87, reflects on her 50-year career in academic medicine.
MCW studies that are changing the landscape of what’s possible in cancer care.
Rachel Adams Greenup, MD ’04, GME ’11, MPH, is working to better understand and provide high-value cancer care.
MCW's research enterprise continues to sustain MCW’s growth as one of the nation’s leading centers for innovation and discovery.
MCW scientists are the first to demonstrate a role for transfer RNA fragments in hypertension.
MCW and health system partner Children’s Wisconsin are on the vanguard of best practices for gastroschisis.
Lauren Lanza is grateful to her exceptional team of MCW talented, dedicated and compassionate providers for her life-saving healthcare.
Steven Shelov, MD ’71, MS, reflects on his 50-year career in academic medicine.
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