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Dr. Tammy Kindel recipient of the SAGES Excellence in Medical Leadership Award
February 19, 2021
Tammy Kindel, MD, PhD, is this year's recipient of the Society of American Gastrointestinal and Endoscopic Surgeons (SAGES) Excellence in Medical Leadership Award.
MCW Employee Service Awards for the Department of Surgery
February 18, 2021
MCW Department of Surgery employee service awards for 20+ years of service.
Precision Medicine Master of Science Degree & Certificate Program
February 8, 2021
The Precision Medicine Master of Science Degree & Certificate Program is launching Fall 2021.
Dr. Shyam S. Chaurasia Joins Department of Ophthalmology & Visual Sciences Research Faculty
February 1, 2021
Shyam S. Chaurasia, PhD, has been appointed associate professor in the Department of Ophthalmology & Visual Sciences. Dr. Chaurasia’s current research focuses on molecular basis of eye diseases. He will start at MCW on February 1.
Evidence Based Medicine LibGuide | MCW Libraries Featured Resource
January 28, 2021
Brush up or enhance your Evidence Based Medicine (EBM) skills by visiting our EBM LibGuide.
Residency Match 2021: The Ranking Process
January 28, 2021
To secure a residency position, residency applicants must participate in a matching service. Most of these services use a computer algorithm to match applicants’ preferences for residency positions with programs’ preferences for applicants.
MCW Researcher Develops Breakthrough Protein Analysis to Enable Drug Discovery, Clinical Analyses
January 25, 2021
Published in Nature Methods, Dr. Jesse G. Meyer, a new professor in the Biochemistry Department, has developed a groundbreaking protein analysis technique that enables quantification of proteins in seconds instead of the usual tens of minutes or hours.
Pediatric Cardiothoracic Surgery leadership transition
January 21, 2021
Viktor Hraska, MD, PhD, will step down from his leadership roles with MCW and CW at the end of 2021. He will continue to work with the team in a nonclinical capacity from 2022-2024 when he intends to retire.
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