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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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Examining Concussion Incidence in College Football
September 9, 2021
Recent research sheds new light on how to reduce the incidence of concussion and head impact exposure in college football.
50 Years in Academic Medicine
September 7, 2021
Steven Shelov, MD ’71, MS, reflects on his 50-year career in academic medicine.
Expanding the Skills and Abilities of Pharmacy Professionals
September 2, 2021
MCW School of Pharmacy's new residency program prepares residents to be community-based primary care pharmacists and academic leaders.
MCW, French Researchers are Inventors of US Patent for Mito-Magnolol Compounds to Treat Melanoma
August 24, 2021
Collaborators in the Department of Biophysics, along with collaborators at Aix-Marseille Université, France, are inventors on MCW’s recently awarded US Patent 11,083,739 for Mito-Magnolol Compounds and Methods of Synthesis and Use Thereof.
Expert Panel to Discuss Veteran Suicide Prevention Initiative During Suicide Prevention Month
August 18, 2021
Gun Shop Project and Safe Storage Program provide local gun shops, ranges with prevention support.
County Executive David Crowley Announces Dr. Benjamin Weston as Milwaukee County Chief Health Policy Advisor
August 17, 2021
Today, Milwaukee County Executive David Crowley and the Medical College of Wisconsin announced Dr. Benjamin Weston as the new Chief Health Policy Advisor (CHPA) for Milwaukee County.
Medical College of Wisconsin Receives $2.7 Million Grant for Cardio-oncology Research to Improve Life after Cancer for Black and African American Women
August 12, 2021
MCW was recently awarded funding from the American Heart Association (AHA) for a grant that aims to uncover why Black and African American women are disproportionately affected by cardiovascular complications after breast cancer.
Philanthropy Spurs Innovation
August 9, 2021
Donors leave a legacy of excellence through support of named faculty positions.
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