MCW has received a five-year, $2.6 million grant to study how changes in brain activity might signal which bereaved individuals are at high risk for a complicated grief symptom trajectory and development of prolonged grief disorder.
A recently published report by the Wisconsin Department of Health Services, Mental Health America of Wisconsin and the Comprehensive Injury Center (CIC) at the Medical College of Wisconsin (MCW).
Community-centered Collaboration Led by MCW, GMF and Royal Capital Group Announces Name, Key Focus Areas
The ThriveOn Collaboration champions a vision for a Milwaukee that is equitable, healthy and thriving for all.
Advancing a Healthier Wisconsin Endowment Announces Availability of up to $6 Million in Funding to Improve Health, Advance Health Equity Statewide
Through these funding opportunities we are seeking out Wisconsin’s innovators, collaborators, and problem-solvers who share our goal of making positive changes in health possible across the state.
American Academy of Physician Assistants Recognizes Medical College of Wisconsin with Employer of Excellence Award
The EOE Awards are designed to showcase employers that have implemented practices that create positive work environments and encourage collaborative provider teams.
Medical College of Wisconsin Receives Funding from Doris Duke Charitable Foundation to Expand Research on US Sickle Cell Disease Patients With COVID-19
MCW is receiving a grant of $100,000 from DDCF to expand a secure, rapid-response surveillance registry, which collects de-identified data on individuals with sickle cell disease (SCD) and COVID-19, and to aggregate and analyze the collected data.
Online, Interactive Dashboards Analyze Data on Homicides and Nonfatal Shootings in City of Milwaukee
Updated monthly, the dashboards include maps and charts displaying information such as total victim counts by year; type of offense; victims by month, day of week and time of day; victim and suspect demographics, and number of victims by geographic area.
Facts & Figures
As a distinguished leader in education, patient care, research and community engagement, MCW advances healthy outcomes people within local communities, throughout the country, and the world.
Physicians, researchers and students at MCW cultivate knowledge that changes lives every day. Throughout the nation, MCW is a leader in advancing health for all.
While underutilized, cancer clinical trials are a safe and effective way to drive research and innovation.
Research conducted by Dr. Melinda Stolley will advance cancer treatments and eliminate health disparities.
New research shows potentially promising signs to treat postoperative pain without the use of opioids.
MCW researchers show the cancer fighting properties of certain fruits and vegetables
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