As part of his executive budget proposal, Governor Tony Evers announced today he will invest $15 million in a cancer research facility at the Medical College of Wisconsin to reduce the cancer burden of Wisconsinites through research, education and outreach into the causes, prevention, early...
The app is designed to provide expecting couples education and medical information on premature babies.
The proposal includes an expansion of MCW’s Family Medicine Residency Program, an annual increase in Medical Student Tuition Assistance for Wisconsin residents attending MCW and allocating planning funds for a potential Comprehensive Mental Health Consultation Program, based upon Wisconsin’s Child...
The CPCP program provides primary care providers with free-of-charge pediatric mental health consultations for their child and adolescent patients struggling with mental health concerns.
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.
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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.
While underutilized, cancer clinical trials are a safe and effective way to drive research and innovation.
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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