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Science is the driver of innovation and knowledge that can change everything—from the way we define, diagnose, treat and prevent disease, to the methods we employ to improve our communities, to the types of training we offer to the next generation of healers, educators and researchers. Through laboratory research, clinical trials and community-engaged research, we seek answers. We collaborate with local, national and global innovators. We question everything, and we persevere through every stage of discovery in pursuit of life-changing advancements.
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Dr. Kathleen Schmainda Receives Grant to Use AI and Advanced MRI Methods to Identify Brain Tumors
April 16, 2021
Kathleen M. Schmainda, PhD, professor of biophysics, was awarded a five-year, $2.7 million new R01 grant from the National Cancer Institute.
MCW Vaccine Clinic Highlights the Expanded Role of the Pharmacist
April 9, 2021
MCW School of Pharmacy assisted in providing more than 17,000 vaccines to healthcare personnel and other eligible populations.
Dr. Judy E. Kim Selected for 100 Top Women in Ophthalmology List
April 7, 2021
Judy E. Kim, MD, professor of ophthalmology and visual sciences, has been selected by The Ophthalmologist for its Power List of the Top 100 Women in Ophthalmology.
Finding the Delicate Balance to Promote Safety and the Economy
April 6, 2021
Sophia Neman co-authored a study that could impact the way we address pandemics in the future.
Hope to Health: Historic Philanthropic Campaign for MCW and Froedtert Hospital Sets Records
April 5, 2021
The Campaign for MCW and Froedtert Hospital achieved a record amount of philanthropic support and engagement from the community.
CINAHL Full Text | MCW Libraries Featured Resource
March 31, 2021
Learn more about using CINAHL to find literature in the fields of nursing and allied health.
Residency Match 2021: Match Results
March 29, 2021
Through the Match, 242 MCW medical students (95.6 percent) obtained first-year residency positions.
Dr. Casey Calkins Elected Secretary For APSA
March 25, 2021
Dr. Casey Calkins elected Secretary for the American Pediatric Surgical Association effective May 2021.
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