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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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Changing the Pace of Science
December 6, 2021
MCW students launched a company to accelerate and improve science by making it more accessible.
Alumna Advances High-Value Care for Breast Cancer Patients
December 4, 2021
Rachel Adams Greenup, MD ’04, GME ’11, MPH, is working to better understand and provide high-value cancer care.
Forbes Ranks MCW 7th Best Employer in Wisconsin and Top Academic Institution
December 3, 2021
Forbes ranked the Medical College of Wisconsin as the 7th best company of 500 or more employees in Wisconsin to work for in 2021 and the top educational institution in the state. On a national level, making the Forbes list of Best Employers by State ranks MCW in the top 3.1% of all U.S. employers...
On The Shoulders of Giants: Soref Legacy Advances Neurological Discovery
December 2, 2021
The legacy of Daniel M. Soref.
Science Perseveres: Because Knowledge Changes Lives
December 2, 2021
MCW's research enterprise continues to sustain MCW’s growth as one of the nation’s leading centers for innovation and discovery.
Passing of Dr. Michael J. Dunn
November 30, 2021
It is with great sadness that we inform you that Michael J. Dunn, MD, former Medical College of Wisconsin Executive Vice President and Dean Emeritus of the School of Medicine, passed away on Monday, Nov. 29, 2021, at the age of 85.
Biochemistry Graduate Student and Postdoctoral Fellow Among Graduate School Poster Session Award Winners
November 24, 2021
Darcy Knaack and Jennifer Stancill, PhD were among those chosen to receive awards from the 31st Annual Graduate School Poster Session.
Dr. John Conto Named Diplomate in Anterior Segment Disease by the American Academy of Optometry
November 19, 2021
Dr. Conto, associate professor of Ophthalmology and Visual Sciences, is one of seven in the nation to have this distinction in this specialty area of ocular disease.
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