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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.
Dr. Alison Kriegel and Laketta Caldwell discuss the many facets that go into becoming a scientist.
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.
Dr. Franco and Patricia discuss the importance of research and how it can be a source of hope.
MCW scientist Dr. John Mantsch and his partners study overdose patterns to improve prevention strategies.
Milwaukee community members and MCW faculty came together to discuss the importance of research.
The Initiative raises awareness about issues including trauma and social determinants of health.
Dr. Michael Malinowski has a passion for helping others and collaborating with educators across the globe.
The partnership is a shining example of the embodiment of MCW’s missions on a global scale.
John Mason, a Marine who served in Vietnam, struggled silently for years with depression and PTSD.
Maie Zagloul created Books for Chance to help evacuee kids learn English and spark a love for books.
MCW and the Zablocki VA Medical Center’s 76-year partnership benefits both doctors and patients.
About five years ago, MCW’s Dr. Ken Lee heeded a call to serve at an orphanage in Puebla, Mexico.
MCW student with DACA status overcomes challenges to achieve the future his parents wanted for him.
The COVID-19 pandemic exacerbated mental health issues for many children.
Through its digital communications, MCW is celebrating the stellar work that is truly pioneering paths to a healthier world.
“I received the phone call and was leaving for Ukraine within 48 hours.”
Graduate student Oby Nwabuzor believes a shift in the built environment can advance health equity.
The personal nature of mental health means conversations about it will be different for everyone.
MCW researchers are using knowledge learned during the AIDS pandemic to combat COVID-19.
Stigmas of mental health can be overwhelming. Milwaukee experts are overcoming these barriers.
Milwaukee resident Epiphany discusses her experience with depression and journey to healing.
MCW graduate student embraces lessons on adaptability during global health internship.
MCW medical professionals reflect on their unique roles as public communicators and spokespersons during the pandemic.
As Wisconsin communities grapple with mental health, issues of equity remain a critical challenge.
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.
MCW faculty provide training on various surgical subspecialties in dozens of countries.
Sadly, violence is a part of life for many children, Ashley Hollo learned as an MD student at MCW.
For Jean Bikomeye, a third-year PhD student at MCW, the issue of climate change is very personal.
Through mentorship, community outreach, and education, MCW-LMSA is building a strong culture of support.
Jessica Olson, PhD, MPH, associate professor, highlights the importance of virtual connection as she looks back over the last 2 years.
MCW medical student Jonathan Wong selected for prestigious Campus Compact Newman Civic Fellowship.
Heidi F. Christianson, PhD, MS, associate professor, considers the uncertainty and aftereffects of the COVID-19 pandemic.