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The MCW Pharmacy School offers a groundbreaking dual-degree program with undergraduate schools from across the state of Wisconsin.
A tradition of innovation runs in Milwaukee’s blood.
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.
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Current PhD student and Armed Services veteran comes full circle with Department of Defense grant award.
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Through its digital communications, MCW is celebrating the stellar work that is truly pioneering paths to a healthier world.
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.”
The MACC Fund, Children’s Wisconsin, MCW and the community are a united force in the fight against childhood cancers.
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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.
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Michael J. Dunn, MD '62, guided MCW's emergence as a national leader.
MCW pharmacy student Kerchia Asia Lee receives award that recognizes non-traditional students who thrive despite barriers to success.
Alumna Mia Cowan, MD ’02, GME ‘06, MBA, credits MCW with changing the course of her professional life.
MCW surgeon Marc de Moya, MD, and MCW medical students support global efforts to improve care in trauma centers in Cuba.
Louella Amos, MD, GME ’06, FEL ’09 and ’10, associate professor of pediatrics, educates the community about the dangers of vaping.
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