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Dr. Colleen Lawton Named ASTRO 2021 Gold Medal Award Recipient
June 11, 2021
Dr. Colleen Lawton, professor, and vice-chair in the department of radiation oncology has been named a recipient of the 2021 ASTRO Distinguished Gold Medal Award.
Making a Mentor Connection through ENGAGE
June 9, 2021
When recent MCW graduate Nolan Coallier, MD ‘21, was preparing for his residency program interviews last year, he looked for ways to practice virtual interviewing and got more than he had anticipated out of the experience.
Local Researcher Led Landmark Clinical Trial with Advanced Ovarian Cancer Patients
June 8, 2021
5 year follow-up shows almost half of patients treated with Olaparib oral medication led to doubling in progression-free survival.
A Match Made in Medical Heaven
June 7, 2021
Fouza Yusuf, MS, MPH, now works with the same team that treated her daughter for sickle cell disease.
The Robert D. and Patricia E. Kern Institute for the Transformation of Medical Education Announces the First Cohort of Medical Education Transformation Collaboratories
June 7, 2021
Announcing the seven groups that will build a community of practice for medical education transformation.
Infectious Disease Physician at the Forefront of COVID-19 Care
June 4, 2021
Daniel P. McQuillen, MD '85, GME '88, reflects on the impact his early years at MCW had on his specialty choice.
Taking a Stand for Equity
June 1, 2021
MCW graduate student helps launch “Black in Neuro,” a celebration of Black excellence in neuroscience-related fields.
Dr. John R. Raymond, Sr., Medical College of Wisconsin President and CEO, named 2021 Person of the Year by Rotary Club of Milwaukee
June 1, 2021
The award recognizes individuals who make an impact on the Milwaukee community through high ethical standards and professional contributions, rather than through charitable work.
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