Megan Cory was recently awarded the Medical Student Leader Award for being a leader in the field of medicine by exemplifying the attributes, skills, and passion to serve her fellow citizens and inspire fellow medical students.
The Aspirus Health Foundation’s Aspirus Scholars Program has awarded $550,000 to four medical students from the Medical College of Wisconsin-Central Wisconsin campus (MCW-CW)
Arthur R. Derse, MD, JD, director of the Center for Bioethics and Medical Humanities, Julia and David Uihlein Chair in Medical Humanities and professor of Bioethics and Emergency Medicine has been named a fellow of the Hastings Center.
Transformative cancer treatment now available at the Froedtert & the Medical College of Wisconsin Clinical Cancer Center
Radiation oncologists at the Froedtert & the Medical College of Wisconsin Clinical Cancer Center at Froedtert Hospital, part of the Froedtert & MCW Cancer Network, treated their first cancer patient with the Elekta Unity MR-linac
Roy L. Silverstein, MD, a highly regarded expert in platelet and vascular cell biology as well as clinical non-malignant hematology and thrombosis, will serve as president of the American Society of Hematology (ASH) for a year-long term through December 2019.
American Board of Pathology Announces Appointment of Jason Jarzembowski to the Test Development and Advisory Committee of Pediatric Pathology
For a physician to be appointed to a TDAC, one must be considered an established subject matter expert in their subspecialty field while being updated on the latest patient care advances in the continually evolving field of pathology.
African-American Liver Cancer Patients May Live Longer After Liver Transplant if Their Donors Are the Same Race
Among African-American adults undergoing liver transplant to treat liver cancer, patients whose organ donor was also African American lived significantly longer than those with a racially unmatched donor, report authors of a new study using national data.
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Neuropsychologist Dr. Michael McCrea treats concussions in high school and professional athletes.
Biomedical data from one million people will advance personalized treatments and prevention.
Patient is first in the world to receive transplant of altered stem cells for Fabry disease.
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