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Community Front Door
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.
MCW medical student Jonathan Wong selected for prestigious Campus Compact Newman Civic Fellowship.
Jessica Olson, PhD, MPH, associate professor, highlights the importance of virtual connection as she looks back over the last 2 years.
Heidi F. Christianson, PhD, MS, associate professor, considers the uncertainty and aftereffects of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Karen J. MacKinnon, BPharm, RPh, assistant professor and director praises a sense of purpose within the first 2 years of the COVID pandemic.
Nathan Ledeboer, PhD, medical director and professor, praises teamwork and diversity amidst the last 2 years of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Years ago Jackson County residents realized they had a problem with suicides amongst its residents.
David Nelson, PhD, MS, associate professor, urges patience and encouragement, reflecting on the past 2 years of COVID.
MCW student Cristhian Huerta Gutierrez reinforces the need for connection and community as he looks back over the last 2 years.
Himanshu Agrawal, MD, DF-APA, assistant professor, finds resilience in his 2-year reflections on the COVID pandemic.
MCW surgeon Marc de Moya, MD, and MCW medical students support global efforts to improve care in trauma centers in Cuba.
While pursuing her MD-PhD degree, Gopika learned about challenges international students face.
Student Enrichment Program for Underrepresented Professions (StEP-UP) program began serving students in 2017.
Meet Dr. Leonard Egede, a health disparities researcher and physician.
MCW surgeons are playing key roles in a larger effort to help improve patient care in Ethiopia.
Emergency medicine physician, Dr. Matt Laudon, relies on his military background to treat the unique health needs of local veterans.
MCW medical students are leading an effort to increase vaccination rates on Milwaukee’s South Side.
MCW School of Pharmacy's new residency program prepares residents to be community-based primary care pharmacists and academic leaders.
A team from MCW and others are on a mission to provide COVID-19 support to India.
MCW graduate student helps launch “Black in Neuro,” a celebration of Black excellence in neuroscience-related fields.
Harps of Comfort was created to help patients experiencing helplessness due to COVID-19.
The AHW focuses on community health improvement, biomedical research and health workforce development throughout the state.
A team of paramedics and healthcare providers offers new hope.
An overlooked aspect of the pandemic has been its impact on eye health.
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.
Pharmacy student Kong Choua Thao hopes to use his education to serve the Hmong community.
When all were encouraged to “stay home” MCW hospitalists’ presence became more critical than ever.
MD student Quamaine Bond knows why he chose the field he chose. He loves to help people.
Through genetic testing Sherri beat colon cancer. Now she has a mission to help others with cancer.
COVID-19 has disproportionately impacted communities of color, creating a need to reach those populations with resonating health messages.
Kenneth Lee, MD ’93, GME ’97, reflects on taking care of his fellow veterans.
MCW’s providers and clinical care teams have met the challenge during the COVID-19 pandemic with unwavering commitment and service.
MCW's successful diagnostic testing process for COVID-19 resulted from longstanding partnerships and relationships.