Diet soda is often assumed to be a healthier soft drink option. However, a recent joint study between MCW and Marquette University has found a link between artificial sweeteners and diabetes & obesity, shedding light on how these additives negatively affect how the body processes fat and energy.
MCW scientists use AI and machine learning to improve the staging and monitoring of prostate tumors.
MCW’s psychiatry programs in the Green Bay and Wausau areas welcomed a total of seven new residents this year. These residents work directly with the psychiatrists practicing in these communities to help provide quality, cost effective and accessible mental health services.
Three Medical College of Wisconsin (MCW) female researchers and three MCW female students will be honored at the annual Women in Science Awards Luncheon on Oct. 25.
State Senator Alberta Darling to receive the Hands of Humanity Award at the Medical College of Wisconsin Convocation Ceremony
The MCW Board of Trustees selected Senator Darling for the Hands of Humanity award for her longtime visionary leadership in improving human health and well-being, and her long-standing commitment to advancing public policy for the citizens of Wisconsin.
The Board of Trustees of the Medical College of Wisconsin presented State Representative Dale Kooyenga with the Friend of MCW Award for his exceptional service to the state of Wisconsin.
Dr. Ivor Benjamin, MD, a cardiologist, professor of medicine and director of the Cardiovascular Center at the Medical College of Wisconsin presented at the Apple Launch Event for the Apple Watch Series 4.
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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.
Expanding mental health care for pregnant and postpartum women with resources for health providers
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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