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9/20/2017Exposure to Pet and Pest Allergens During Infancy Linked to Reduced Asthma Risk
9/20/2017Researchers Study Real-Time Flu Surveillance
9/20/2017Researchers Team Up to Find New Therapies for Childhood MDS, Leukemia
9/11/2017Physicians Spend More Than Half of Work Day on Electronic Health Records
9/08/2017CLR 131 Found to Broadly Target Pediatric Solid Tumors
9/06/2017Nirupama Pike Named Director of New Cell Therapy Program
9/05/2017Study: Early Farm Exposure Mitigates Respiratory Illnesses, Allergies and Skin Rashes
8/31/2017Flu Surveillance Continues with $2.4 Million CDC Award
8/31/2017Wisconsin Researchers Awarded $5.3 Million for NIH Precision Medicine Research
8/30/2017New Pancreatic Cancer Study Uses Optical Imaging to Craft Better Treatments
8/24/2017Study Provides Cellular Explanation for Higher Risk of Prostate Cancer in Aging Men
8/24/2017UW Carbone Cancer Center Researchers Win Two National Prostate Cancer Awards
8/17/2017Miriam Kim Earns St. Baldrick's Foundation Grant
8/14/2017Alan Rapraeger Awarded $1.9 Million Grant to Study Myeloma Cell Signaling
8/10/2017Stephen Meyn to Lead Center for Human Genomics and Precision Medicine
8/09/2017Carbone Study Finds Protein That Improves Immune Response in Colon Cancer
8/07/2017UW Researchers Discover Mechanism for Red Blood Cell Regeneration with Anemia
8/02/2017Jeniel Nett Awarded Funding for Research to Combat Medical Device Biofilms
7/25/2017Andrew Baschnagel Wins UW Carbone Award for Lung Cancer Study
7/18/2017Investigators are Tracking America's Deadliest Killer: Tobacco Addiction
7/18/2017New Line of Population Health Research Takes Guts
7/17/2017Alzheimer's Research Presented at International Conference in London
7/17/2017Shapiro Summer Research Program Shapes the Future of Medical Discovery
7/13/2017Madison to Host International Gathering of Sleep Scientists
7/13/2017Wisconsin Alzheimer's Disease Research Center Pilot Funding Available
7/12/2017Carbone Cancer Center Members Recognized as Vilas Professors
7/11/2017New Method of Viral Maintenance in Cancer Cells Identified in UW Study
7/10/2017Study Links Insurance Coverage to Higher Rates of Colorectal Cancer Screenings
7/05/2017Poor Sleep Linked to Multiple Brain Changes Associated with Alzheimer's Disease
6/29/2017Viral Infection Found to Increase Therapeutic Resistance of Glioblastoma Cells
6/28/2017Remembering Patricia Keely: Scientist, Mentor, Friend and Inspiration
6/26/2017Researchers Earn $1.5 Million Grant for Breast Cancer Study
6/20/2017Cai Research Group at the 2017 SNMMI Annual Meeting in Denver
6/01/2017Carbone Experts Present Latest Research at World's Largest Cancer Meeting
5/24/2017Study Sheds Light on Function of Protein Associated with High-Risk Breast Cancers
5/23/2017Call for Applications: Lily's Fund Grace Grants for Epilepsy Research
5/22/2017UW, GE Healthcare Team Up to Improve Medical Imaging, Patient Outcomes
5/15/2017Poster Submissions Sought for Alzheimer's Research Day
5/15/2017Tactile Communication and Neurorehabilitation Lab Receives Brain Injury Grant
5/11/2017Program Tests Behaviors That Prevent Bowel Leakage in Women
5/10/2017Wisconsin Partnership Seeks New Investigator Program Grant Applicants
5/09/2017UW Researchers Find Way to Normalize Single-Cell RNA Data Sequencing
4/20/2017New Grant to Study Online Support May Help Older Adults Deal with Chronic Conditions
4/19/2017Researchers Earn UW2020: WARF Discovery Initiative Awards
4/17/2017UW Treats First Participant in Trial of Stem Cell Therapy for Heart Failure
4/12/2017Cell Therapy Could Reduce Bone-Marrow Transplant, Radiation Injury Complications
4/10/2017Activity in the Brain's 'Hot Zone' Predicts Dreams During Sleep
4/03/2017Epilepsy Leads to Poor Sleep, Causing Daytime Problems With Cognition
4/03/2017Genetic Markers Identify Potential Immunotherapy Patients
3/31/2017Witnessing Domestic Violence as a Child Linked to Psychopathy
3/30/2017Silent Strokes Impair Seniors' Cognitive Abilities
3/29/2017Ozaukee, Menominee Maintain Status as Healthiest, Least Healthy Counties
3/21/2017Researchers Find Way to Disrupt HIV Replication in Human Cells
3/17/2017Federal Funding Bolsters Cancer Treatment Research
3/17/2017Wi2, Orion Sign Landmark Agreement for Treatment Discovery
2/21/2017Researchers Use Genetics to Identify Cancer Recurrence Risk
2/20/2017After Weight Loss, a Few Phone Calls Could Help Keep the Weight Off
2/17/2017UW Research to Help Feds Target Diabetes Outreach
2/15/2017UW Teams Up With NBA and GE Healthcare to Study Hamstring Injuries
2/08/2017Ed Chapman Wins Prestigious Award for Neurological Research
2/07/2017New Study to Create and Test Personalized Vaccine Against Multiple Myeloma
2/02/2017Collagen Linked to Growth of Breast Cancer Type
2/02/2017UW Sleep Research Images Show How Brain Resets During Sleep
2/01/2017Minority Women Receive Poorer Care for Cervical Cancer
2/01/2017UW Researchers Improve How Surgeons Discuss High-Stakes Treatments
1/31/2017UW Study: Why Patients Misunderstand Their Cancer Diagnoses
1/25/2017Carbone Cancer Center Finds a New Biomarker for Fatal Brain Cancer
1/19/2017New UW Study Furthers Understanding of Immunologic Tolerance
1/09/2017The Ride Funds $150,000 in Research at Carbone Cancer Center
1/04/2017Partnership Grants Address Health Disparities, Women's Health, Diabetes
1/03/2017Researchers Map a New Cellular Pathway of Cancer Therapy Resistance
1/02/2017Immunotherapy: Harnessing Cellular Systems to Fight Deadly Diseases
12/23/2016Wisconsin Cancer Patients Test Encouraging Lymphoma Treatment
12/15/2016New Report Shows Much Room for Improvement in Wisconsin's Health
12/01/2016Obesity Rates in Wisconsin Higher Than Previously Thought
11/30/2016Research Shows Split Brain Activity Allows You to Listen and Drive
11/29/2016Finding by Neurosurgeon Amgad Hanna Rewrites Anatomy Textbooks
11/23/2016Cancer Signaling Pathway Could Lead to New Cancer Therapies
11/23/2016David Brow Elected Fellow of American Association for the Advancement of Science
11/23/2016Gut's Microbial Community Shown to Influence Host Gene Expression
11/23/2016UW-Led Study Shows Potential Strategy for Treating Aggressive Form of Lymphoma
11/21/2016Higher Education, Higher Weight Trends Linked with Lower Dementia Rates
11/18/2016Annual Medical Student Research Forum is November 21
11/16/2016Darcie Moore Receives Gruber International Research Award
11/11/2016Grad Student Honored for Research on Respiratory Health Near Dairy Operations
10/28/2016For WARF Award Winners, Innovation is a Family Affair
10/20/2016One-Third of Women Treated for Breast Cancer Not Getting Followup Imaging
10/18/2016Clinical Trials Test Dietary Therapy for Triple-Negative Breast Cancer
10/07/2016Researchers Identify Mechanism Controlling Red Blood Cell Development
10/03/2016Study to look at Alzheimer's Risks in African-Americans
9/30/2016Cindy Carlsson Earns Alzheimer's Professorship
9/26/2016Yeast Knockouts Peel Back Secrets of Cell Protein Function
9/22/2016$15 Million Grant to Study How Environmental Exposures Affect Childhood Asthma
9/21/2016Stem Cell 'Heart Patch' Moves Closer to Clinic
9/20/2016Innate Natural Killer T Cell Research Featured in Journal Cell Reports
9/13/2016Reducing the Burden of Cancer in Communities That Need it the Most
9/06/2016Dr. Jacques Galipeau Brings Personalized Stem Cell Treatment to UW Carbone
9/01/2016Dr. David Gamm's Team Awarded NIH Grant to Reverse Blindness
8/30/2016Partnership Grants Fund Novel Approaches to Cancer Treatment, Flu Detection
8/25/2016Late-Onset Asthma Linked to Increased Heart Disease, Stroke Risk
8/24/2016Wisconsin and Michigan Challenge Each Other for Childhood Cancer Research
8/18/2016UW Research Team Identifies Mechanism Driving Leukemia Development
8/17/2016UW Carbone Researchers Report Myeloma Advance
8/15/2016Study to Probe How Concussion Affects Young Athletes' Academic Performance
8/12/2016Melissa Harrison Awarded $250,000 from Vallee Foundation
8/05/2016UW Launches $15 Million Research Effort on Head and Neck Cancer
8/01/2016Researchers to Compare Effectiveness of Health Care Services
7/29/2016Carbone Cancer Center Opens Nation's Largest Precision-Medicine Trial
7/27/2016Macular Degeneration Insight Identifies Promising Drugs to Prevent Vision Loss
7/27/2016School of Medicine and Public Health Well-Represented in UW2020 Awards
7/26/2016Two UW Carbone Researchers Awarded UW2020 Funding
7/25/2016Complex Work with People Protects Against Alzheimer's Disease
7/21/2016Use of Safety Devices Reduces Facial Fractures in Motor Vehicle Crashes
7/21/2016UW Research Team Uses Genetic Sequencing to Solve 85-Year-Old Medical Mystery
7/15/2016UW Leading Way With Innovative Immunotherapy Trial for Colorectal Cancer
7/11/2016Ozioma Okonkwo Earns National Academy of Neuropsychology Award
7/06/2016Changes in Compensation Improves Physician Satisfaction
7/05/2016Lymphoma Immunotherapy Study Shows Why UW Carbone is a Leader in Cancer Virology
7/05/2016UW Scientists Test Novel Immunotherapy Against Melanoma
6/30/2016UW Prostate Cancer Physician Earns Young Investigator Award
6/28/2016Monkey Study Shows Zika Infection Prolonged in Pregnancy
6/10/2016Cancer Patients Need Simpler Online Communication
6/10/2016Leadership Institute Aims to Help Researchers Target Health Disparities
6/10/2016New Imaging Technique Distinguishes Cell Types in Breast Tumor Environment
6/10/2016Peter Lewis Named Pew Scholar in Biomedical Sciences
6/06/2016Researchers Discover Glaucoma-Causing Gene Mutations
6/03/2016Novel Mouse Model Sheds New Light on Autism Spectrum Disorder
5/26/2016Feyza Engin Earns Shaw Scientist Award
5/26/2016Jorge Rodriguez-Gil Wins Prestigious Graduate Scholarship for Biomedical Research
5/25/2016Partnership Education and Research Committee Announces 2016 Appointments
5/12/2016Gene Regulatory Mutation Linked to Rare Childhood Cancer
5/12/2016Researchers Awarded $3 Million to Study Therapy Resistance in Prostate Cancer
5/12/2016Study Finds Potential Benefit in Combination Prostate Cancer Immunotherapy
5/12/2016Urinary Tract Infection Myths Debunked By Study
5/11/2016High-Performing Care Teams Communicate Differently About Diabetes Patient Care
5/11/2016Raising Body Temperature Relieves Depression Symptoms, Small Study Finds
5/06/2016WIMR II Receives LEED Gold Certification
5/05/2016School of Medicine and Public Health to Collaborate on $5.5 Million Alzheimer's Study
5/04/2016Diabetes Initiative Receives Global Health Institute Funding
4/25/2016University of Wisconsin Team Shreds Expectations in Search for New Antibiotics
4/22/2016Aly Wolff's Dream Lives on with New Clinical Trial
4/15/2016'Viral' Video Shows HIV RNAs Bursting From Host
4/14/2016Automation Components Raises $100,000 for Carbone Cancer Center Research
4/11/2016Research Projects Selected for UW2020: WARF Discovery Initiative
4/04/2016Study Sheds Light on Chromosome Separation in Dividing Cells
3/29/2016Dr. Giulio Tononi Named New Director of Sleep Center
3/18/2016Susan Thibeault Awarded Grant to Study Treatment for Voice Disorders
3/18/2016Team Approach to Alzheimer's Advances Prevention, Diagnosis, Treatment
3/17/2016Meditation and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy May Alleviate Chronic Lower Back Pain
3/16/2016New Rankings Shed Light on Where Wisconsin Counties Could Improve Health
3/16/2016Paul M. DeLuca Earns Highest Honor in Medical Physics Field
3/14/2016Study Identifies Cellular Signal Implicated in B Cell Malignancies
3/11/2016Paul Ahlquist Earns Hilldale Award
3/10/2016UW Research Team Moves Cancer Immunotherapy Another Step Ahead
3/08/2016Study Examines Whether Headgear Can Reduce Concussions in Soccer Players
3/08/2016UW Health Leads the Way in Primary Care Transformation
3/07/2016Working Toward a Better Treatment for Multiple Myeloma
2/26/2016Basic-Science Study Reveals How Fungi Hijack the Body's Immune System
2/26/2016Researchers ID Molecule That Guides Development of Embryonic Nervous System
2/24/2016New Strategy Shows Potential in Expanding Blood Stem Cells
2/23/2016UW Scientists Use Diabetes Drug to Stress Out Prostate Cancer
2/22/2016Orthopedics Faculty Receive Research Funding
2/11/2016Wisconsin Researchers Transform Common Cell to Master Heart Cell
2/10/2016Wisconsinites Living Longer But Not Necessarily Healthier
2/08/2016Survey of the Health of Wisconsin Shares Health Statistics
2/05/2016Homing in on Why Female Newborns are Better Protected from Brain Injury
2/03/2016Cycle for Sight to Raise Money for Research on Blinding Diseases
2/01/2016Wisconsin Partnership Program Promotes Funding Opportunities
1/27/2016Lab Keeps Cancer Treatment Radiation Machines Honest
1/19/2016New Approach Cleans Up Alzheimer's Protein in Brains of Mice
1/14/2016Wisconsin Partnership Program Seeks Collaborative Grant Applications
1/12/2016Lung Cell Found to Act as Sensor, Regulator of Immune Response
1/12/2016NIH Grant to Launch Statewide Study of Brain in People With Epilepsy
1/12/2016Signaling a Change in Cancer Research
1/07/2016Diabetes Spikes As Physician Workforce Dwindles
1/05/2016DNA Change Impacts Spread of Cancer-Causing Virus
12/22/2015New Biomarker Could Predict Which Breast Tumors Will Respond to Taxol
12/21/2015Study: Many Continue to Work Despite Metastatic Cancer Diagnosis
12/14/2015First Serotonin Neurons Made From Human Stem Cells
12/08/2015In Memory: Nasrollah Shahidi, MD
12/03/2015Grant Will Focus on Cancer Education and Community Change in Rural Wisconsin
12/03/2015Plant's Natural Product Helps Limit Growth of Breast Cancer
12/02/2015Charles Mistretta Earns National Honor for Innovation
12/02/2015Researchers Forge Primitive Human Leukemia Cells in Lab
11/30/2015Dr. Jane Mahoney to Head Wisconsin Alzheimer's Institute
11/20/2015Research Team to Develop and Test Opioid Risk Screening Tool
11/16/2015Study Suggests Strategy for Reducing Undesirable Side Effects of Anti-Aging Drugs
11/12/2015Medical Student Research Forum is November 23
11/12/2015Project Aims to Improve Health by Reducing Barriers of Prisoner Re-Entry to Society
11/10/2015Back to the Future of Cancer Development
11/09/2015Neuroscientists Describe Brain Chemicals That Create PTSD Response
10/26/2015Community Impact Grants Cover a Diversity of Issues Facing Wisconsin
10/26/2015Concussion Rates Way Down After New Rule in High School Football
10/26/2015Study Suggests New Way to Reduce Seasonal Asthma Attacks in High-Risk Children
10/23/2015Therapeutically Targeted Gene Mutation May Cause Subset of Pancreatic Cancers
10/22/2015UW Carbone Researchers Discover How Breast Cancer Resists Treatment
10/21/2015Marker May Predict Risk of Breast Cancer Spreading to the Brain
10/19/2015Ned Kalin, Anna Huttenlocher Elected to National Academy of Medicine
10/15/2015Wisconsin Outperforms Nation on Many Health Measures; Still Room to Improve
10/09/2015National Breast Cancer Initiative Looks at Environmental Risks
10/02/2015Josh Medow: Critical Care for the Brain
10/01/2015$1.75 Million Gift Funds Research in Breast Cancer and Reconstructive Surgery
9/25/2015J.P. Cullen Gift Will Promote Brain-Repair Research at UW-Madison
9/24/2015UW-Madison to Legislators: Don't Ban Important Fetal Tissue Research
9/17/2015Investigating Influenza: Schools Serve as Community Warning System
9/15/2015$4 Million Grant Will Fund Study of Warning System for Pregnancy Complications
9/11/2015Telemedicine Reduces ED Visits Among Senior Living Community Residents
9/08/2015UW Researchers Identify Gene Mutation that Causes Subset of Leukemia
9/01/2015Dr. Ned Kalin Wins Anna-Monika Prize for Neuroscience Research
8/26/2015How Fast Do Your Nerve Cells Talk?
8/25/2015UW Eye Researchers Publish Second Study of Stem Cells and Blinding Eye Disease
8/21/2015Wireless Microcamera Clusters Broaden Laparoscopic Imaging
8/13/2015Blood Changes May Identify Metabolic Syndrome Before it Develops
8/12/2015Proposed Ban on Fetal Tissue Would Halt Lifesaving Research, Scientists Say
8/05/2015Fighting Cancer One Molecule at a Time
8/05/2015Understanding the Connections Between Cancer and Inflammation
8/03/2015Boosting Vitamin D Makes no Difference in Bone Density, Muscle Function
8/03/2015New Therapy Aims for Rapid Recovery of Immune Cells After Transplant
7/29/2015Fiore, Sondel Chosen for Prestigious New Grant Program in Cancer Research
7/27/2015Insulin Resistance May Prime the Brain for Alzheimer's Disease
7/16/2015Grad Student Katie Yang Earns Howard Hughes Medical Institute Fellowship
7/15/2015Health Care PPE Training Needs a Boost, Study Finds
7/14/2015Dietary Intervention Primes Triple-Negative Breast Cancer for Targeted Therapy
7/10/2015Rheumatoid Arthritis Research Supported by Doris Duke Charitable Foundation
7/06/2015Brain Imaging Shows How Children Inherit Their Parents' Anxiety
7/02/2015Gene Editing of Human Stem Cells Will 'Revolutionize' Biomedical Research
6/29/2015Cost, Lack of Insurance Coverage are Primary Predictors of Poor Oral Health
6/24/2015Military Supports Prostate Cancer Research at UW Carbone Cancer Center
6/18/2015American Cancer Society Funds UW Carbone Cancer Center Research
6/17/2015Research Finds 'Encyclopedia' of Genes That Regulate Blood Cell Development
6/09/2015Dr. Mark Sager Awarded for Alzheimer's Disease Research
6/09/2015Navigating Multiple Myeloma with 'Google Maps' for the Cancer Genome
6/05/2015Poor Sleep in Late Middle Age Linked to Amyloid Plaques in the Brain
6/02/2015Taking Hormones During Menopause Doesn't Hurt Women's Cognition
6/01/2015Carbone Cancer Center to Play Key Role in Nationwide Precision-Medicine Effort
5/28/2015Medical Imaging Researchers Help UW Geologists See Inside Rocks
5/28/2015UW Leads National Study on Hispanic/Latino Hearing Loss
5/26/2015Higher Education May Protect Against Alzheimer's Disease
5/26/2015Study: Shift Workers More Likely to be Overweight, Have Problems Sleeping
5/22/2015Peter Lewis Earns Shaw Scientist Award for Genetic Approaches to Cancer
5/18/2015Doctors Can Miss Bladder Cancer Symptoms in Older Women
5/04/2015Christopher Bradfield Named Interim Wisconsin Institute for Discovery Director
5/04/2015Study Highlighting Socioeconomic Predictors of Rehospitalization Earns Award
5/01/2015Study Shows Relationship Between Facebook Posts and Binge Drinking
4/21/2015Albee Messing Named Director of Waisman Center
4/20/2015International Cancer-Research Leaders to Highlight McArdle Symposium
4/15/2015Study Reveals How Psychopathic Brain Creates Callous, Reckless Behavior
4/14/2015Thomas Cook Earns Academic Staff Award
4/13/2015UW and German Institute to Collaborate on Neurological Disease Research
4/08/2015Two Receive Awards for Research to Benefit Children
4/08/2015UW Scientists Find Key Link in Cold-Virus Picture
4/07/2015Carla Pugh's Research Featured on NIH Website
3/30/2015Cancer-Targeting Mechanism Underlies Promising UW-Madison Spinoff
3/27/2015Researchers Aim to Broaden Understanding of How Toxins Affect the Body
3/27/2015UW-Madison Cancer Research Showcased in Wisconsin Public Television Series
3/25/2015Ozaukee is Wisconsin's Healthiest County in 2015 Health Rankings
3/13/2015Carla Pugh Pioneers Next Frontier of Medical Education
3/13/2015Clinical and Translational Research Training Benefits Physicians and Patients
3/12/2015Clinicians: Take a Breath to Reduce Burnout From Difficult Patients
3/12/2015Squirmy Mealworms Pack a Protein Punch
3/10/2015Want a More Effective Health Care Team? Try More Talk
3/09/2015In-Office Biopsy Speeds Treatment of Head and Neck Cancer
3/06/2015Two Faculty Members Receive Romnes Faculty Fellowships
3/03/2015Howard Bailey Named Director of UW Carbone Cancer Center
2/24/2015UW Hospitalist's Research Calls for Federal Audit Reform
2/19/2015Sensor Technology May Help Improve Accuracy of Clinical Breast Exams
2/18/2015Researchers Help Test Effectiveness of Diabetic Macular Edema Treatments
2/12/2015UW-Madison Awarded $3.7 Million Grant to Study e-Cigarettes
2/09/2015Cycle For Sight to Raise Money for Research on Blinding Disease
1/29/2015Complex Environments Push 'Brain' Evolution
1/28/2015Lily's Fund Boosts Promising New Avenue of UW Epilepsy Research
1/22/2015UW Study: Fluorescent Dyes Light up Brain Cancer During Surgery
1/21/2015Do Cancer Cells Exploit Tools Used by Developing Neurons?
1/21/2015UW at Forefront of Progress in Treatment of Cystic Fibrosis
1/20/2015Prostate Cancer Drug Slows Memory Loss in Women with Alzheimer's Disease
1/15/2015Research Scholarships and Fellowships Available for Undergraduates
1/13/2015Asthma May Boost Sleep Apnea Risk
1/07/2015Center Uses Community Engagement to Address Health Disparities
12/30/2014Dr. John Doebley Named Chair of Medical Genetics
12/18/2014Partnership Awards Five Grants Through New Investigator Program
12/12/2014Exercisers Have Less Alzheimer's-Associated Plaque
12/12/2014McArdle Lab Celebrates 75th Anniversary
12/12/2014Medical Scientist Training Program Builds Physician-Scientists to Tackle Tough Questions
12/10/2014Researchers Earn Grant to Study Stem Cells for Age-Related Macular Degeneration
12/03/2014Opioid Prescriptions Can Go Missing Between Hospital and Nursing Home
12/01/2014Older Patients from At-Risk Neighborhoods More Likely to Return to Hospital
11/24/2014UW Researcher Uncovers New Type of Immune Response
11/21/2014Fotis Asimakopoulos Receives Grant to Work on Multiple Myeloma
11/21/2014Newly Identified Genes Linking Environment to Risk of Anxiety Disorders
11/20/2014Grant Helps UW Hunt for Treatments for Cancer-Causing Virus
11/18/2014Donata Oertel Named Chair of Neuroscience
11/17/2014New UW Study Shows Possible Link Between Asthma and Cardiovascular Disease
11/17/2014UW Researchers Win $2.8 Million Grant to Improve Prostate Cancer Tests
11/12/2014Research Identifies Anhedonia as a Reason Smokers Struggle to Quit
11/12/2014Too Many Women Face 'Unnecessary' Repeat Breast Surgery
11/10/2014Largest Grant in School's History Will Continue Inner-City Asthma Research
11/06/2014Better Interventions Needed to Improve Hypertension Control in Young Adults
11/05/2014Pancreas Cancer Expert Sees Rays of Hope in Clinical Trials, New Drugs
11/05/2014UW Sleep Scientists Win $7.7 Million Grant to Study 'Local' Sleep
10/31/2014Cancer-Promoting Proteins Reveal Viable Target for Therapy
10/28/2014UW-Madison Awarded $8.3 Million for New Urological Research Center
10/15/2014Cell-Squeezing Filaments Act as Scaffolds for Machinery That Divides Cells
10/09/2014National Institutes of Health Backs 'Big Data' Research and Development
10/08/2014Dermatology Department Earns National Institutes of Health Grant
10/02/2014Researchers Earn National Institutes of Health Grant for Diabetes Study
9/04/2014Ants Assist in Search for New Antibiotics
9/04/2014Meyer Jackson Honored as Mentor, Educator by Biophysical Society
9/04/2014Research Profile: Bridget Catlin Making a Difference One County at a Time
9/02/2014Paul Lambert Named Chair of Oncology, McArdle Labratory
8/28/2014UW Awarded $2.1 Million by the Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute
8/25/2014College Students Put Off By Drinking References on Facebook
8/21/2014Neuroscientists Explore Temperature-Sensitive Pathways to Control Neural Activity
8/20/2014Undergraduate in Kuo Lab Has Historical Paper Published
8/19/2014UW Researcher Honored by Pittsburgh Graduate School of Public Health
8/13/2014At Least 740,000 Wisconsin Residents Face Food Insecurity
8/07/2014Wisconsin Research Finds New Link Between Fat and Cancer
8/06/2014New Research Sheds Light on Hirschsprung's Disease
8/05/2014Data Review Explains Wisconsin's Experience With Health Care Reform
8/04/2014Neurological Surgery Patients Help Show How Brain Reacts to Stress
7/29/2014UW Population Health Institute Awarded $12 Million to Build Culture of Health
7/24/2014Randy Jirtle Wins Major Award for Work in Epigenetics
7/23/2014Preclinical Study Offers Hope Against Hair Loss During Chemotherapy
7/22/2014Cognitive Activities May Help Protect the Brain From Alzheimer's
7/22/2014Internal Structure of Hepatitis B Revealed for First Time
7/21/2014Statewide Cancer Disparities Persist for African-Americans
7/18/2014Wisconsin Scientists Find Genetic Recipe to Turn Stem Cells to Blood
7/07/2014New Imaging Agent Provides Better Picture of the Gut
7/03/2014WIMR II Grand Opening Celebrates 'Science Without Walls'
6/25/2014Alzheimer's Study Data Gets Boost from WEDC, Wi2
6/20/2014Robert Kalejta Earns $200,000 Grant
6/19/2014Program Aims to Improve Quality of Life for Children with Type 1 Diabetes
6/16/2014Alzheimer's Research Center Awarded $7.5 Million NIH Grant
6/12/2014Nathan Sherer Earns Shaw Scientist Award
6/11/2014David Gamm to Use Stem Cells to Create Rod Photoreceptors
6/11/2014New Tumor-Targeting Agent Images and Treats Variety of Cancers
6/06/2014Early Exposure to Bacteria, Allergens May Protect Children from Allergic Disease
6/03/2014CPAP Compliance Key to Reducing Cardiovascular Risks of Sleep Apnea
6/02/2014Scientists Capture Most Detailed Images Yet of Humans' Tiny Cellular Machines
5/29/2014Project Aims to Improve International Opioid Availability for Cancer Pain
5/28/2014Andrew DeVilbiss Earns Herbert Tabor Young Investigator Award
5/19/2014UW 'DNA Map' Helps Identify Cause of Severe Form of Leukemia
5/12/2014Mackie to Receive Highest Honor in Medical Physics
4/30/2014Relationships with Study Staff Matter to Rural Patients
4/29/2014Margaret McFall-Ngai Elected to National Academy of Sciences
4/25/2014Dads Bond With Baby During 'Magical Moment' of Ultrasound
4/23/2014UW Lab Lifts Veil From 50-Year Mystery of How Neurons Communicate
4/14/2014Wisconsin Team to Search for New Antibiotics from Untapped Microbes
4/11/2014Wisconsin Research Shows Green Space Keeps You From Feeling Blue
4/03/2014Study Helps Unravel the Tangled Origin of ALS
4/01/2014Molecular Links Cause Inflammation Associated with Aortic Aneurysm
3/26/2014Ozaukee, Kewaunee, Portage, Taylor, Door Wisconsin's Healthiest Counties
3/24/2014Hormone Could Ease Symptoms of Psychosis and Overeating
3/13/2014Halting Immune Response Could Save Brain Cells After Stroke
3/13/2014Study Suggests Link Between Soy Formula and Seizures in Autistic Children
3/11/2014UW Hosts National Leader in New Era of Alzheimer's Prevention Research
3/10/2014Study of Compound for Leukemia and Lymphoma Shows Promise
3/07/2014Researchers Test Thalidomide Derivative to Extend Leukemia Remission
3/06/2014Study Seeks to Improve Asthma Therapy for African-Americans
3/04/2014Military Dads Have to Re-Learn Parenting After Deployment
3/03/2014Brain Researchers Harnessing the Power of High-Throughput Computing
3/01/2014Learn About Cardiovascular Research at UW-Madison
2/27/2014Sushmita Roy Earns Alfred P. Sloan Research Fellowship
2/26/2014Ozioma Okonkwo Awarded Alzheimer's Association Grant
2/25/2014Researchers Discover How Stressed Neurons Recover and Keep Communicating
2/25/2014UW Health Breast Center Patients Benefit from Donated Tissue
2/24/2014Sneak Peek at the Second Tower of the Wisconsin Institutes for Medical Research
2/20/2014New Medicare Guidelines Do Not Solve Problems of 'Observation' Patients
2/19/2014Too Many Young Adults Fail to Receive Timely Blood-Pressure Medication
2/18/2014New Study Links Inhaled Corticosteroids to Sleep Apnea
2/18/2014Weibo Cai Edits Book on Engineering in Translational Medicine
2/14/2014Pediatrics Researchers Discover 'Hidden' Outcomes of Prematurity
2/11/2014Wisconsin Partnership Funds Five New Studies
2/10/2014Cycle for Sight Raises Money for Research on Blinding Diseases
2/06/2014Baron Chanda Receives 2013 Cranefield Award for Work in General Physiology
2/06/2014Charles Mistretta Named to National Academy of Engineering Class of 2014
1/31/2014UW Researchers Use Astronomy to Follow Cancer-Causing Virus
1/27/2014Clinical Research Network Leverages Big Data Across Wisconsin and Midwest
1/21/2014Scientists to Use High-Density EEGs to Benefit Epilepsy Patients
1/21/2014UW-Madison Chancellor Defends Animal Research in Blog Post
1/16/2014Wisconsin Alzheimer's Institute Awarded $1.5 Million Grant
1/15/2014Spinoff Joins Fight Against Prostate Cancer
1/09/2014Sleep is the Price the Brain Pays for Learning
1/08/2014Medical Microbiology and Immunology Faculty Featured in Story About Microbes
1/08/2014Michael Fiore Co-Authors Article About Landmark Report on Smoking
1/07/2014Keely Named Chair of Cell and Regenerative Biology
1/06/2014Researchers Link Protein With Breast Cancer's Spread to the Brain
12/31/2013Study: Vitamin E Slows Progression of Alzheimer's Symptoms
12/19/2013Applications Sought for Associate Dean for Clinical and Translational Research
12/18/2013Emergency Medicine to Become an Academic Department
12/11/2013New Reports Show Much Room for Improvement in Wisconsin's Health
12/04/2013New Research Shows Brain Can Produce Estrogen
12/02/2013Researchers Discover Early Step in Blood Stem Cell Development
12/02/2013Survey Finds Low Availability of Pain Relief Drugs in Many Countries
11/21/2013UW Researchers Uncover Way to Detect Dangerous Fetal Heart Rhythm
11/21/2013UW-Madison Professor Tells U.S. Senate Health Isn't All About Health Care
11/19/2013Conference Looks at Alzheimer's from Beyond the Brain
11/18/2013Alumni Profile: Paul Sondel, MD, PhD '75
11/18/2013Dual-Sport Motorcyclists Support Cancer Research
11/18/2013Students Advocate for Graduate Medical Education and Beyond
11/18/2013William and Judith Busse: The Multiplier Effect in Action
11/08/2013Lead Exposure Dooms Some Wisconsin Kids to Struggle in School
10/30/2013Fatty Acids Like Omega-3 Play a Role in Our Genes
10/23/2013Dr. Terry Oberley, Cancer Researcher dies at 67
10/16/2013Study: Improvements Needed in College Instruction to Retain Science Majors
10/09/2013Caring for a Child With Cancer: Financial Problems Increase Burden on Parents
10/03/2013Researchers Explore Virtual Reality Home Health Environments
9/30/2013University of Wisconsin Research Team Offers Advice to Parents on Internet Safety
9/27/2013Genes and the Environment: A Code for Breast Cancer Development
9/27/2013McArdle Scientists to Hold Research Q&A for Public
9/25/2013Wisconsin Residents Living Longer but not Feeling Better
9/24/2013Research Aimed at Developing Master Robotic Surgeons
9/24/2013Wisconsin Alzheimer's Institute Lands $4.3 Million Grant
9/23/2013Crowd-Sourcing Surveillance of a Campus Influenza Epidemic
9/18/2013Prostate Cancer Research Boosted by $1 Million Grant
9/17/2013Males Sought for Study of Exposure to Cigarette Smoke
9/13/2013Researchers Earn Grants to Study Patient-Centered Care
9/10/2013Emery Bresnick Named to Editorial Board of Blood Hematology Journal
9/09/2013Researchers Pinpoint Risk of Aggressive Prostate Cancer
9/03/2013Sleep Produces Cells that Grow and Repair Nerve Cell Insulation
8/27/2013Collaboration Leads to Drink for Those Who Have Trouble Swallowing
8/27/2013HIV Conspiracy Beliefs Not a Barrier to Minority Participation in Research
8/23/2013Control for Genome Editing in Flies Has Implications for Human Health
8/22/2013Teen Birth Rates Down 20 Percent in Wisconsin
8/20/2013UW Researchers Map Genetic Circuitry Controlling Red Blood Cell Production
8/15/2013Igor Slukvin Receives $3.2 Million NIH Grant
8/15/2013Stratatech Awarded $47.2 Million Government Contract for Burn Therapy
8/15/2013Study: Viral Infection May Prompt Mosquitoes to Fly Even Farther
8/14/2013Lyndsey Runaas Selected for Hematology Society Award
8/08/2013Sudden Cardiac Arrest Survival Odds Greater at Fitness Facilities
8/07/2013ICTR Announces Type I and II Grant Awards
8/07/2013UW Geneticist Speaks with Sound Medicine About Path of Genomic Science
8/06/2013Study: Metabolism Linked to Reduced Muscle in Older Populations
8/06/2013Tobacco Researchers Win Grant to Study Menthol Cigarettes
7/30/2013UW Researchers Witness New Type of Cell Division, Use it to Battle Cancer
7/26/2013Dr. Tom Yin Awarded Inaugural Hartmann Prize in Auditory Neuroscience
7/22/2013Gene Therapy for Type 1 Diabetes Aims to Eliminate Daily Insulin Injections
7/17/2013How the Tired Brain Directs Junk-Food Binges
7/17/2013Research Confirms Link Between Alzheimer's Disease and Diabetes
7/16/2013Reducing the Risk of Cystic Fibrosis 'False Positives'
7/12/2013Organic Dairy Compound May Hold Cure for Pre-Eclampsia
7/11/2013Colleen Curran Selected to Join Global Cancer Task Force
7/08/2013Mohamed Hamdan's Passion Drives Innovation
7/08/2013Vitamin D Needs, Levels Vary Due to Genes and Diet
7/03/2013Governor Walker Tours Wisconsin Institutes for Medical Research
6/28/2013Wisconsin Assembly Bill Puts Some Biomedical Research in Jeopardy
6/26/2013Waisman Scientists Model Human Disease in Stem Cells
6/19/2013Cai Group Receives Four Awards
6/14/2013Biomolecular Chemistry Wins Oldest Centrifuge Contest
6/12/2013Rupa Sridharan Looks to Break Conversion Rate of Stem Cells
6/06/2013Nearly All Wisconsin Counties Fall Short of Cancer-Control Goals
5/16/2013Cai Awarded a R01 Grant on Development of Molecular Imaging Agents
5/07/2013Researchers Find How Key Cancer Switch May Hide from Therapy
4/30/2013Edward F. Jackson Named New Chair of Medical Physics
4/29/2013Stem Cell Researchers Earn Cozzarelli Prize from PNAS
4/18/2013New Global Health Visiting Scholar and Graduate Research Awards
4/12/2013UW Stem Cell Researchers Building a 'Retinal Patch' to Restore Vision
4/01/2013Researchers Develop More Reliable Prostate Cancer Test
3/26/2013UW Researchers Discover the Brain Origins of Variation in Pathological Anxiety
3/22/2013Study: Minority Women Face Pregnancy with Less 'Personal Capita'
3/20/2013Ozaukee is Wisconsin's Healthiest County in 2013 Health Rankings
3/20/2013UW Scientist Leads Quest for New Macular Degeneration Therapy
3/20/2013Wisconsin Study Eyes Better Results for Aging Population
3/12/2013Su-Chun Zhang Has a Unique View of Wisconsin Institutes for Medical Research
3/08/2013Wisconsin Registry for Alzheimer's Prevention Receives High Designation
3/05/2013Mother's Stress Linked to Birth Risks
3/04/2013Women in Parts of Rural America Face Worsening Mortality Rates
2/28/2013UW Surgeon: New Approaches Needed to Improve Surgical Care
2/25/2013Analytical Trick Could Speed Cancer Diagnosis
2/20/2013Cycle for Sight Riders To Raise Money for Vision Research
2/14/2013Rocker-Turned-Researcher Adrian Grimes Puts Heart Into His Work
2/12/2013UW Experts Say More Focus Needed on Breast Cancer Prevention
2/11/2013Technique Moves Practical Alzheimer's Diagnosis Closer to Reality
2/06/2013Stress is Underreported in Parents of Children with Cancer
2/05/2013James Gern Awarded $5 Million NIH Grant
2/04/2013Meet Our Researchers - Caroline Alexander
1/24/2013Waisman Center Celebrates 40th Anniversary
1/23/2013Wisconsin Lags Behind Minnesota in Health Measures
1/22/2013Could Blood Calcium Levels Warn of Ovarian Cancer?
1/17/2013Wisconsin Research Team Identifies New Pathway in Spinal-Nerve Growth
1/16/2013Mindfulness Meditation May Relieve Chronic Inflammation
1/11/2013New Ethical Guidelines Needed for Social Networking Research
1/03/2013Cycle for Sight Benefits Vision Research
12/18/2012Aspirin Therapy Associated With Increased Risk of Macular Degeneration
12/18/2012Study Finds Opportunity for End-of-Life Discussions
12/17/2012Cancer Researchers Discover New Form of Cell Division
12/17/2012Study Reveals Major Disconnect Between Surgeons and Patients
12/12/2012Boy with Autism Funds Waisman Research with Hand-Drawn Holiday Cards
12/10/2012Cells from Skin Create Model of Blinding Eye Disease
11/29/2012Looking to the Next Frontier of Diagnostic Imaging and Radiology Research
11/29/2012Researchers Trying to Get Computers to See as Humans Do
11/29/2012Richard Moss Discusses the Wisconsin Institutes for Medical Research
11/21/2012Conference Features Broad Thinking About Alzheimer's Disease
11/20/2012Meditation Expertise Changes Experience of Pain
11/12/2012Study Sees Reduced C-Section Births in Amish Community
11/09/2012Army Awards Carla Pugh $2 Million to Study Medical Skill Decline
11/09/2012Study Examines Genetics, Incidence of Age-Related Macular Degeneration
11/06/2012Study Findings: 'It Costs Too Much to Be Healthy'
10/23/2012Blood Chromosome Differences are Linked to Pancreatic Cancer
10/23/2012Department Chair Sought for Cell and Regenerative Biology
10/18/2012Decreased Gene Activity Likely Involved in Childhood Risk for Anxiety, Depression
10/17/2012Cancer Research Team Lands Wisconsin's Only 'Provocative Questions' Grant
10/15/2012Tobacco Research Pioneer Fiore Elected to Institute of Medicine
10/09/2012UWCCC Announces Awards for 6 Investigator Initiated Pilot Studies
10/08/2012Aspirin Therapy: Too Much, Too Little or Just Enough?
10/03/2012Smaller Estrogen Doses Improve Mood Without Memory Loss
10/02/2012New Approach Will Analyze Important, Poorly Studied Areas of Human Genome
9/14/2012Cervical Cancer and Pre-Cancer Cervical Growths Require Single HPV Protein
9/13/2012GE Healthcare to Provide Anticipated $32.9 Million for New Imaging Facility
9/10/2012New Discovery for Controlling Blood Cell Development, Blood Vessel Integrity
9/04/2012Reduced Brain Connections Seen in People with Generalized Anxiety Disorder
8/27/2012Institute for Clinical and Translational Research Schedules Fall Presentations
8/22/2012Margaret McFall-Ngai Sees Benefits of Relationships Between Microbes and Humans
8/22/2012McPherson Eye Research Institute Honors Distinguished Alumna
8/07/2012Brittney Bernardoni Earns Year-Long Research Fellowship
8/07/2012High School Students Learn About Surgery Research
7/31/2012Daniel Uhlrich to Oversee Campus Research Policy
7/19/2012Cai Receives 2012 European Association of Nuclear Medicine Award
7/17/2012Are Cardiac Risk Factors Linked to Less Blood Flow to the Brain?
7/10/2012Exercise, Meditation Can Fight Cold, Flu Symptoms
7/10/2012Translational Research Institute Grant Renewed with $41.5 Million
7/09/2012Facebook Use Does Not Lead to Depression, According to New Study
7/09/2012UW Surgeon Carla Pugh Lectures at Prestigious Biomedical Symposium
6/29/2012David Gamm Named Director of Eye Research Institute
6/28/2012Kuo Lab Finds New Biomarker for Brain Cancer
6/22/2012A Major Commitment is Transforming the Research Environment and Culture
6/22/2012Wisconsin Institutes for Medical Research Provides Fertile Ground for Discovery
6/15/2012Social-Class Discrimination Contributes to Poorer Health
6/14/2012Fragile X Gene's Prevalence Suggests Broader Health Risk
6/08/2012Researchers Find Early Brain Deterioration in Unexpected Location
6/01/2012Wisconsin Team Reveals Way to Treat Drug-resistant Brain Tumor Cells
5/30/2012Health Care Costs Drop if Adolescent Substance Abusers Use 12-Step Programs
5/29/2012Breast Stem Cell Findings - Teamwork Among Receptors and New Pathways
5/29/2012Wisconsin Residents Are Living Longer, But Not Better
5/21/2012Clinical Trial: More Evidence that Cancer Drug Treats Macular Degeneration
5/21/2012Educational Games to Train Middle Schoolers' Attention, Empathy
5/21/2012Sleep Apnea Associated with Higher Mortality from Cancer
5/17/2012Hao Hong, PhD wins Prestigious Berson-Yalow Award
5/16/2012Surgeons Less Likely to End Life Support if Surgical Mistakes Occurred
5/11/2012Josh Coon Wins Klaus Biemann Medal for Mass Spectrometry Research
5/11/2012Medical Isotope Project Receives $20.6 Million in Federal Funding
5/10/2012Medical Student Colby Cantu Earns Cancer Research Award
5/02/2012Whitney Witt Receives New Maternal and Child Health Bureau Grant
4/20/2012Two Faculty Members Elected to American Academy of Arts and Sciences
4/12/2012Research on Racial Differences in Aging Compounds Earns Award
4/09/2012Charles Mistretta Among Hilldale Award Recipients
4/03/20122012 County Health Rankings Offer Roadmap to Improve Health
4/03/2012One Compound Detects and Treats Malignant Tumors and Certain Cancer Stem Cells
4/02/2012Live Cell Imaging System Available for Shared Use
3/22/2012Call for Postdoctoral Trainee Position in Microbes in Health and Disease
3/21/2012Study Suggests Possible Therapeutic Use for 'Bath Salt' Designer Drugs
3/15/2012Neuroscientists to Discuss Origins of Emotion and Psychopathology
3/14/2012Binge Drinking and Blackouts Add Up to Big Costs to Health System
3/13/2012Scientists Produce Eye Structures from Human Blood-Derived Stem Cells
3/13/2012Two Faculty Members Among Distinguished Teaching Award Winners
3/07/2012Public Reports on Diabetes Care Helped Drive Clinic Improvements in Wisconsin
3/06/2012Scientists Develop Better Test for Identifying Hepatitis Type
3/02/2012Cancer Researchers Ready to Move Into Second Tower of WIMR
3/02/2012Faculty Q&A: Terry Oberley
3/02/2012Share Your Memories of Paul Bertics
2/29/2012Students: Take the WARF Discovery Challenge
2/28/2012Laboratory Research Shows Promising Approach to Preventing Alzheimer's
2/23/2012Priyesh Patel Wins Student Award at Academic Surgical Congress Meeting
2/09/2012Recipients of 2011 UWCCC IIT Awards are Announced
2/07/2012Smallest Tools Could Give Biggest Results in Bone Repair
2/07/2012Study Shows Calories Drive Earlier Puberty
2/02/2012National Expert Carla Pugh to Lead UW Health Clinical Simulation Program
2/01/2012Using the Compassionate Brain to Predict What Occurs in Real Life
1/31/2012Cycle for Sight Raises Funds for Vision Research
1/31/2012The Waisman Center: Decades Later, What Would Harry Think?
1/27/2012Department of Surgery Among Nation's Best in Research Funding
1/25/2012Advance Directives Don't Work for High-Risk Surgery
1/23/2012Save the Dates: Health Equity Leadership Institute is June 10-15
1/23/2012Studies Show Insomnia is a Major Health Problem
1/19/2012Global Health Institute Faculty and Staff Travel Grants Awarded
1/19/2012Researchers Find Gene Critical to Sense of Smell in Fruit Fly
1/18/2012Stenting for Stroke Prevention Becoming Safer in High-Risk Patients
1/12/2012Partnership Research to Focus on Racial Disparity in Alzheimer's Disease
1/10/2012New Investigator Studies Target Alzheimer's, Lung Cancer, Breast Cancer
1/04/2012Burkard to Use Partnership Grant for Studies of Aggressive Breast Cancer
1/04/2012Lung Cancer Researcher Awarded Grant to Develop Innovative Treatment
1/04/2012UW Researchers Receive Support from Patients
12/29/2011Feeling Stressed? How You Think About it Could Harm Your Health
12/27/2011Brace, Undergraduates' Invention Places 2nd In National Competition
12/21/2011Discharge Summaries Play Key Role in Keeping Nursing Home Patients Safe
12/20/2011Partnership Pledges $2.2 Million to Improve Health of Wisconsin Communities
12/19/2011Hold That Thought? Scientists Find Sensor That May Explain Working Memory
12/14/2011UW Study: Mothers of Tiny Babies Suffer, Too
12/09/2011Nominations Sought for Research Mentorship Award
12/08/2011Medical Student Wins Awards for Study of College Alcohol Use
12/07/2011Charles Mistretta Honored by American Association of Physicists in Medicine
12/06/2011Bresnick to Head Hematology Society's Red Blood Cell Group
12/05/2011Poor Mental Health Increases Risk for Pregnancy Complications, Low Birth Weight
11/30/2011Alzheimer's Conference Showcases Innovative, Inclusive Ideas
11/22/2011Psychopaths' Brains Show Differences in Structure and Function
11/21/2011Hydrogen Peroxide Provides Clues to Immunity, Wound Healing, Tumor Biology
11/21/2011Implanted Neurons, Grown in the Lab, Take Charge of Brain Circuitry
11/21/2011New Evidence Links Virus to Brain Cancer
11/16/2011Center for Tobacco Research and Intervention Earns $9.2 Million Grant
11/16/2011Faculty Q&A: Anna Huttenlocher
11/16/2011Researchers Discover Possible Key to Degenerative Nerve Diseases
11/16/2011Sophisticated Clinical Simulation Program Raises the Bar
11/16/2011Wisconsin Institutes for Medical Research - The Story Continues
11/14/2011UW Researcher Pursuing Alternate Prostate-Cancer Vaccine
11/11/2011Octopus-Like 'Brain Gardeners' Weed Out Bad Connections
11/07/2011Study Will Explore Anemia's Ties to Gut Microbes
10/26/2011Transparent Zebrafish Provide Clues to Immune System Breakdown
10/24/2011Anti-Parasitic May Prevent Non-Melanoma Skin Cancers
10/24/2011Study Shows Language Progress in Deaf Children After Two Cochlear Implants
10/20/2011Cancer Researchers Study 'Scrambler Therapy' for Pain Relief
10/10/2011Study Shows Wake-Sleep Patterns Affect Brain Synapses During Adolescence
10/07/2011Jackson Wins Biophysical Society's Kenneth S. Cole Award
10/04/2011Wisconsin Partnership Funds Alzheimer's, Alcohol Abuse and Maternity Care
9/30/2011New Studies Seek to Help Asthma Sufferers Breathe a Little Easier
9/22/2011New Office to Foster University Collaboration with Industry
9/15/2011Burnside Awarded $1.3 Million Grant to Improve Breast Cancer Diagnosis
9/15/2011Waclaw Szybalski Looks Back on Crowded, Stellar Career
9/14/2011New Research Suggests Education Level Affects Lung Function
9/12/2011Study Reveals Critical Similarity Between Two Types of Stem Cells
9/09/2011Steroid Treatments Effective Against Eye Disease
8/31/2011Faculty Q&A: James Stein
8/31/2011Minority Patients not Screened Enough for Diabetes
8/31/2011Researchers Encouraged to Move Ideas, Discoveries to Marketplace
8/31/2011Two Faculty Members Earn Dean's Research Mentorship Awards
8/24/2011Department of Radiology to Lead Study of 'Zamboni Theory' of Multiple Sclerosis
8/18/2011UW-Madison Expert: Cancer Rates Show It's Time for Global Asbestos Ban
8/18/2011UW-Madison Team Part of IBM's new 'Cognitive' Computing Chips
8/10/2011Stem Cell Lab Series Available as Seminar Course for Students
8/04/2011UW Carbone Cancer Researcher Receives $1 Million Award
8/03/2011Integrative Medicine Program Marks 10th Anniversary
7/28/2011Intercampus Research Grants Include SMPH Investigators
7/19/2011Walk Away From Cancer Event Benefits UW Carbone Cancer Center
7/18/2011Human Proteomics Symposium Takes Next Step in Genetic Analysis
7/08/2011Indoor Air Pollution Linked to Cardiovascular Risk
6/29/2011Study Finds Few Unintended Consequences of Smoke-Free Law
6/17/2011Elizabeth Hutchinson Named First Lily's Fund Epilepsy Researcher
6/15/2011Stem Cells from Patients Make 'Early Retina in a Dish'
6/10/2011Quality Bio-Specimens Available to Researchers
6/08/2011Chapman Lab Solves Membrane Protein Mystery
6/03/2011Hartwell Award Recipient Helping Children With Brain Injuries
6/03/2011Learn How Animals See the World at Vision at the Zoo
5/31/2011Emery Bresnick Earns MERIT Award from National Institutes of Health
5/31/2011Waclaw Szybalski Receives Prize from Polish President
5/23/2011Andreas Friedl Appointed Chair of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine
5/23/2011Researchers Cultivate Most Common Brain Cells in Lab Dish
5/20/2011Oncologist Yongna Xing Named Shaw Scientist
5/19/2011Faculty Q&A: Paul Bertics
5/19/2011Timely Opportunities Lead to Basic Science Reorganization
5/18/2011Fetal Biomagnetism Detects Heartbeat Abnormalities
5/18/2011Richard Chappell Appointed President of Society for Clinical Trials
5/06/2011Survival Rates of Sudden Cardiac Arrest are Higher in Gyms
5/03/2011Chairs Sought for New Basic Science Departments
4/29/2011Avastin Works Well Against Age-Related Macular Degeneration
4/28/2011Brain Regions Can Take Short Naps While Awake, Leading to Errors
4/26/2011Astronomy Technique Could Help Assess Deadly Melanomas
4/21/2011Symposium to Focus on Reprogramming, Stem Cell Fate
4/20/2011Worm Studies Shed Light on Human Cancers
4/19/2011Biomedical Emphasis a Big Economic Winner for Wisconsin
4/12/2011Study Finds Brain Regions Go Offline at Different Intervals
4/11/2011Insights Gained From Growing Cold-Causing Virus on Sinus Tissue
4/05/2011Mild Cognitive Impairment Not a Normal Part of Aging
3/30/2011Population Health Institute Releases 2011 County Health Rankings
3/25/2011Noted Primate Researcher to Discuss Animal Research
3/24/2011Ancient Bones and Teeth Help Cystic Fibrosis Researchers
3/24/2011Different Disciplines Join Forces in Orthopedics and Rehabilitation
3/22/2011Proteins in a Leukemia-Causing Complex Act Independently and Collectively
3/22/2011Two New Basic Science Departments Established
3/21/2011Childhood Illnesses Exact High Cost on the Entire Family
3/16/2011James Thomson Honored with Largest Award in U.S. Medicine and Science
3/15/2011School of Medicine and Public Health Among Leaders in U.S. News Rankings
3/10/2011Sean Fain Earns Hartwell Award for Cystic Fibrosis Research
3/09/2011Medical Physics Spinoffs Continue to Benefit Wisconsin
3/02/2011Wisconsin Study Links Carbohydrate Overeating to Opiate Reaction
3/01/2011Arrangement of Connective Tissue Predicts Breast Cancer Prognosis
2/23/2011Moms' Mental Health Needs Attention During and After Pregnancy
2/23/2011Radiology Awarded $1.4 Million in Medicare Imaging Demonstration Project
2/21/2011Asthma Through the Eyes of a Medical Anthropologist
2/21/2011Hearing Loss Common in Middle Age, But Could Be Preventable
2/15/2011Public Health Conference to Focus on Environmental Health
2/15/2011Thyroid Removal is Safe and Effective for Graves' Disease
2/10/2011Females With Sexual Messages on Facebook Leave Mixed Impression on Males
2/09/2011Stress Over Children's Cancer Impacts Parents' Mental Health
2/08/2011Colombia Integrates Palliative Care into Public Health
2/04/2011New Induced Stem Cells May Unmask Cancer at Earliest Stage
2/04/2011Research Shows How Complex Enzyme Relevant to Cancer Forms and Works
2/03/2011Nominations Sought for Medical Student Research Awards
1/24/2011Hospitality Industry Performed Well After Wisconsin Smoking Ban
1/21/2011Stem Cell Pioneer James Thomson Wins Faisal International Prize
1/20/2011Seminar Series Focuses on Careers in Health Care and Life Sciences
1/19/2011Stress and Anxiety Both a Boon and Bane to the Brain
1/11/2011Information Sessions Scheduled for Launch of ResearchMatch
1/10/2011Umberto Tachinardi Named Research Information Officer, Associate Dean
1/07/2011Age-Related Macular Degeneration Drops By Nearly a Third
1/07/2011Global Health Initiative Seeks Campuswide Involvement in Incubator Series
1/04/2011Center for Global Health Awards Development Grants
1/04/2011New Service Offers Help with NSF Proposals
12/23/2010Jamaican Government Endorses Pain & Palliative Care
12/23/2010UWCCC Announces Awards for 16 Investigator Initiated Trials
12/20/2010Study Shows Echinacea May Reduce Cold Duration By Only One Day
12/17/2010Partnership Pledges $2.1 Million to Improve Health of Wisconsin Communities
12/15/2010Partnership Funds Three Grants Through New Investigator Program
12/14/2010Wisconsin Smoking Ban Has Improved Indoor Air Quality by More Than 90 Percent
12/14/2010Women Who Eat Healthy Diets, Exercise and Don't Smoke Have Better Vision
12/13/2010Older People With Severe Asthma Need Higher H1N1 Vaccine Dose
12/06/2010Diverting Medicare Patients Increases Cost, Doesn't Improve Outcomes
12/06/2010Project to Disseminate Alcohol, Drug and Depression Screening
12/01/2010Age at First Pregnancy Associated with Breast Cancer Risk
11/29/2010UW-Madison Study Links Brain Damage to Insomnia
11/23/2010UW-Madison Scientists: Distinctive Sleep Pattern Could Reveal Schizophrenia
11/18/2010Pain Relievers: Group Wages a Global Battle to Help Desperate Cancer Patients
11/15/2010Martinez-Donate Earns Presidential Early Career Award for Scientists and Engineers
11/11/2010Carbone Cancer Center Team Awarded Grant to Study Brain Tumor Treatment
11/09/20102008 Global, Regional and National Opioid Consumption Statistics Now Available
11/08/2010Alzheimer's Prevention Registry Shines Light on Earliest Signs of Disease
11/08/2010Faculty Q&A: David Gamm
11/04/2010Recap: Alzheimer's Disease Annual Update Conference
11/03/2010Goodfriend Given Lifetime Achievement Award for Hypertension Research
10/25/2010Wisconsin Cancer Researcher Wins Era of Hope Scholar Award
10/20/2010Symposium Addresses Ethics, Standards, Beneficiaries of Research
10/15/2010Saudi Ambassador Learns About Brain Tumor Research at UW-Madison
10/12/2010Gilson Seminar Focuses on Health Care Technology
10/12/2010UW-Madison Researcher Aims to Break Habit of Implicit Bias
10/07/2010Grant Could Lead to Non-Invasive Early Detection of Diabetic Retinopathy
10/05/2010Waisman Center Helps Develop Fragile X Syndrome Registry
10/04/2010Funds to Help Advance Development of Production Method for Medical Isotopes
10/04/2010Radiologist Scott Reeder Awarded $2.5 Million NIH Grant
9/30/2010For First Time, Monkeys Recognize Themselves in the Mirror
9/27/2010Wisconsin Partnership Program Releases 2009 Annual Report
9/24/2010Seminar Focuses on Social Networks and Adolescent Alcohol Use
9/23/2010Gynecology Oncology Fellowship Program Approved for Five Years
9/22/2010National Study Shows Tiotropium Bromide is Effective for Hard-to-Control Asthma
9/13/2010Planning Moves Forward on UW-Madison Research Animal Forums
9/08/2010Jon Levine is New Director of Wisconsin National Primate Research Center
9/08/2010Wisconsin Scientists and Policymakers Call for Stem Cell Funding
8/30/2010New Scoring System Finds More People at Risk for Abdominal Aortic Aneurysm
8/26/2010Research Journey Takes Cystic Fibrosis Doctor Back to Ancient Bones
8/25/2010Wisconsin Researchers Participate in Alzheimer's Breakthrough Ride
8/19/2010Faculty Q&A: Ruth Benca
8/19/2010William Busse Targets a Key Factor in Asthma Among Inner-City Youth
8/19/2010Women Sought for UW Health Cycling Study
8/09/2010Brain Responds Same to Acute and Chronic Sleep Loss
8/04/2010Fotis Asimakopoulos Joins Hematology/Oncology Faculty
8/04/2010Rowley Named Chair, Appointed International Visiting Professor
8/03/2010UW-Madison Study Details Autism's Heavy Toll on Marriages
8/02/2010UW-Madison Study: History of Poor Mental Health Boosts Pregnancy Risks
7/28/2010UW-Madison Scientists Find Sleep Changes During Migration Make Birds Hyperactive
7/27/2010UW-Madison Surgeon: Carotid Stents Can Be Risky for Some Patients
7/22/2010UW-Madison Center for Nonprofits to Study Infant Mortality
7/19/2010Screen Yields Drugs That Could Help Treat Fatal Brain Disorder
7/01/2010UW-Madison Scientists Identify Gene Regulating Human Brain Development
6/30/2010Arzoomanian Promoted to Associate Director
6/29/2010UW-Madison Eye Researchers Key to Major Study of Diabetic Eye Disease
6/28/2010UW Carbone Cancer Center Remembers Dr. Ray Brown
6/22/2010Lymphoma Research Advances at UW Carbone Cancer Center
6/22/2010Six from Department of Ophthalmology Named ARVO Fellows
6/16/2010New Technology Promises to Help Drug Makers Go Green
6/16/2010Tips for Sharp Eyesight: Eat Well, Don't Smoke and Avoid Sunlight
6/16/2010UW-Madison Research Links Malaria to Amazon Deforestation
6/11/2010UW-Madison Researchers Find New Subtype of Breast Cancer
6/10/2010School of Medicine and Public Health Faculty Earn Intercampus Research Grants
6/03/2010Pediatrics Researcher De-Ann Pillers Named Hartwell Investigator
6/03/2010UW Researchers: Playing Games in Prison May Reveal Roots of Psychopathy
5/28/2010CARES Fund Helps Research Animals and their Caregivers
5/27/2010Paul Rathouz Named Chair of Biostatistics and Medical Informatics
5/25/2010Scholars Selected for Robert Wood Johnson Health and Society Program
5/24/2010UW Researchers: Stress Causes Poor Mental Health in Parents of Kids with Cancer
5/20/2010Public Presentations Scheduled for Health Equity Leadership Institute
5/19/2010Symposium Celebrates 100 Years of UW-Madison Genetics
5/18/2010UW-Madison Scientist Studies Cryptococcus for Fungal Disease Treatments
5/13/2010Federal Investment in Basic Research Yields Outsized Dividends
5/12/2010Biotechnology Center Marks 25th Anniversary
5/12/2010Donor News: Lily's Fund Supports Epilepsy Research at UW-Madison
5/12/2010Faculty to Serve on Morgridge Institute Leadership Team
5/12/2010School of Medicine and Public Health Demonstrates Commitment to Biotechnology
5/12/2010Sudden Cardiac Arrest Program Receives Funding
5/12/2010UW-Madison Research Finds Mom's Comfort Lowers Stress Levels
5/12/2010UW-Madison Researchers Find New Model for Macular Degeneration
5/06/2010UW-Madison Biomedical Engineering Student Invention Expo Showcases Solutions
5/04/2010HealthEmotions Research Institute Honors Legacy of Louis A. Holland
4/28/2010NIH Reapproves Wisconsin Stem Cell Lines for Federally Funded Research
4/20/2010Mild Cognitive Impairment Study Offers Insight Into Alzheimer's Disease
4/16/2010School of Medicine and Public Health Excels in Family Medicine, Rural Health Training
4/15/2010UW Researcher to Use CAREER Award to Study Endocrine Disrupters
4/14/2010Researchers Honored for Prostate Cancer Research
4/14/2010Symposium Honors UW-Madison Development and Evolution Researcher
4/13/2010Volunteers Needed for UW-Madison Clinical Trial of Multiple Sclerosis Therapy
4/12/2010UW-Madison Physician Encourages Doctors to Screen More Kids for Alcohol Abuse
4/05/2010Ultrasensitive Detector Pinpoints Big Problems in Tiny Fetal Hearts
3/25/2010UW to Share Research on Depression, Anxiety and Sleep at Public Lecture
3/10/2010Oncology Professor Among UW-Madison Kellett Award Winners
3/10/2010UW Symposium: How Disease, Therapy, Drugs and Meditation Reshape the Brain
3/09/2010WiCell Marks Stem Cell Anniversary with WISC Bank Expansion
3/02/2010UW-Madison Biochemists Take a Bead on Gene-Controlling Code
2/24/2010County Health Rankings Expanded from Wisconsin to all 50 States
2/19/2010Juneau County-Wisconsin Partnership Collaboration Featured in Health Rankings
2/17/2010Health Briefs: Missed Diabetics, Prostate Cancer Testing and More
2/17/2010UW-Madison Ragweed Allergy Study Shows Tongue Drops Effective
2/16/2010Center for Tobacco Research and Intervention Earns Stop-Smoking Grant
2/15/2010Induced Pluripotent Stem Cells Not Yet Reliable for Clinical Use
2/15/2010UW-Madison Research Sheds Light on How the Brain Directs the Eyes
2/11/2010Researchers Exploring Vitamins, Nutrients for Cancer Prevention
2/10/2010Morgridge Institute Announces Leadership Team, Research Areas
2/09/2010$1.2M NIH Grant Awarded for Microwave Ablation for Targeted Cancer Therapy
2/09/2010FDA-Approved Heart Pump Could Benefit Thousands of Heart Failure Patients
2/09/2010Pickardt and Smith Awarded $2.7M Grant
2/08/2010Meditation Could Help Alcoholics Avoid Relapse
2/05/2010Researchers Receive Funding for Program on Sudden Cardiac Arrest
2/04/2010Students Make an Impact on Patients Through Research
2/03/2010Kammer named Wisconsin Speech Language Pathologist of the Year
2/01/2010UW-Madison Study Has Implications for Understanding Ion Channel Defects
1/29/2010H1 Stem-Cell Line Approved for Continued Use in Federally Funded Research
1/27/2010Brain Responses During Anesthesia Mimic Those During Natural Deep Sleep
1/26/2010Federal Grant Funds Production of Stem Cells for Clinical Trials
1/25/2010Drugs May Shut Down Several Epstein-Barr Virus-Induced Diseases
1/22/2010UW-Madison Heart Stem Cell Study Among Top Research Advances
1/20/2010Wisconsin Partnership to Fund Study on Causes of Obesity in Latino Youth
1/14/2010Study: Baby Boomers Survived Rock 'N' Roll Era with Hearing Intact
1/13/2010Wisconsin Cold-Symptom Survey Used in Research Worldwide
1/11/2010Regulatory Network Balances Stem Cell Maintenance, Differentiation
1/11/2010Second Cochlear Implant Can Restore Two Important Facets of Binaural Hearing
1/07/2010UW-Madison Research Finds Diabetes Goes Undiagnosed Due to Flaws in Screening
12/30/2009Carnes Presents Research at Conference on Gender Equality in Science
12/28/2009Novel Anti-Epilepsy Drug Developed at Wisconsin to Begin Clinical Trials
12/28/2009Sutula Receives Top Award from the American Epilepsy Society
12/15/2009Atherosclerosis Imaging Research Program Selected for Air Pollution Study
12/08/2009Wisconsin Study Ties Lower Hormone Use to Fewer Breast Cancer Cases
12/04/2009Donated Fat Could Play Key Role in Neurosurgery
11/25/2009Wisconsin Scientists Assemble Puzzle of Red Blood Cell Genes
11/19/2009Study Focuses on 'Balanced Parenting' as a Strategy for Weight Control
11/19/2009Tobacco Researchers Earn Federal Grant for Smoking Cessation Study
11/17/2009Wisconsin Institutes for Medical Research Honored by Construction Magazine
11/13/2009'Cross-Talk' Mechanism Contributes to Colorectal Cancer
11/13/2009African-American Men at Higher Risk of False Positives in Prostate Testing
11/11/2009McArdle Cancer Symposium Honors Howard Temin
11/10/2009UW Researchers Eliminate Cervical Cancer in Mice with FDA-Approved Drugs
11/09/2009Mouse Study Sheds Light on Hearing Loss in Older Adults
11/09/2009UW Launches Study of Iraq and Afghanistan Veterans
10/22/2009UW to Begin Research Into Disparities in Heart and Lung Disease
10/21/2009UW-Madison Launches H1N1 Study with Asthma Sufferers
10/20/2009Could Ancient Virus Genes Help Fight Modern AIDS?
10/19/2009UW Researcher: There Could be as Many as 200 Cold Viruses
10/19/2009UW Study: Most Mothers Don't Get Adequate Depression Treatment
10/19/2009UW's Fiore Earns National Honor for Advocacy Work
10/14/2009UW-Madison Study: Social Media Influences Adolescent Behavior
10/12/2009Study of Smoking Among the Poor Reveals Striking Findings
9/30/2009Scientists to Study Health Effects of Wisconsin's Changing Climate
9/28/2009Health Equity is Focus of New Center
9/28/2009New Wisconsin Center of Excellence in Genomics Science Established
9/24/2009New Alzheimer's Research Center Opens
9/18/2009UW Cancer Researcher Takes Leadership Role with Oncology Group
9/04/2009From Heart Patient to Med Student: A Heart Walk Journey
9/03/2009UW Orthopedic Surgeon: Don't Drive With a Cast on Your Foot
8/28/2009Richard Moss Named Research Dean
8/24/2009Psychological Distress is a Barrier to Preventive Care in Women
8/24/2009WARF, Echometrix Sign Agreement on Ultrasound Technology
8/21/2009Synaptotagmin Plays a Critical Role in Initiating Cellular Fusion
8/19/2009New Approach to Wound Healing Easy on Skin, Tough on Bacteria
8/17/2009Brain Scan Shows Uncertainty Fuels Anxiety
8/14/2009ICTR Grants Target Solutions for Childhood Obesity, Drug-Resistant Bacteria and More
8/11/2009Cats Provide Unusual Source for Potential Malaria Vaccine
8/11/2009Multiple Types of White Blood Cells Made from Stem Cells
8/05/2009Restless Legs Syndrome is no Joke for Sufferers
8/04/2009Early Alzheimer's Screenings Could Cut Health Care Costs
8/03/2009Wisconsin Study Suggests Kids' Emotional Troubles Can be Predicted
7/30/2009Beaver Dam Eye Study Leads to Discovery of Gene for Age-Related Cataracts
7/30/2009UW-Madison Researchers Find New Location for RNA Degradation
7/29/2009Stimulus Funds Strengthen UW-Madison Research
7/20/2009Obesity and Diabetes Threaten Children of Color
7/16/2009Study Links Stressed Parents to Sick Children
7/13/2009UW-Madison Study: H1N1 More Dangerous Than Suspected
7/10/2009Sosman Earns CDC Public Health Award
7/08/2009Study: Doctor's Empathy May Help Cure Cold Faster
7/07/2009First cGMP Feeder-Independent Pluripotent Stem Cell Banks Released
6/30/2009New MRI Technique Could Mean Fewer Breast Biopsies
6/11/2009DeLuca Named UW-Madison Provost
6/02/2009Squids Offer Insight for Treating Human Eye Diseases
6/01/2009Researchers Settle in Wisconsin Institutes for Medical Research
5/21/2009James Shull is New Chair of Oncology
5/21/2009Learning from the Disabled of the Animal Kingdom
5/18/2009Special Protein Helps Maintain an Efficient Brain
5/06/2009WARF, Pfizer Sign Agreement for Human Embryonic Stem Cells
5/04/2009UW-Madison to Create National Alzheimer's Research Center
4/22/2009David DeMets Earns Top Leadership Award in Statistical Science
4/02/2009Sleep Tempers Growth of Synapses
4/02/2009Using GPS to Track Asthma Attacks
4/01/2009Proactive Fertility Preservation
3/31/2009Buying Time for a Stroke Treatment
3/30/2009New Protein Option for People With PKU
3/26/2009Exotic Genes Cut From Induced Stem Cells
3/25/2009BrainPort Vision Device Set to Debut
3/23/2009Recovery Funds Could Be Used for Research Complex
3/13/2009Obesity Researchers Come Together at WiPOD Symposium
3/10/2009UW-Madison Stem Cell Experts Visit White House
3/09/2009Secondhand Smoke Still Prevalent in Wisconsin Workplaces
3/04/2009Unusual Compound Seeks and Destroys Cancerous Tumors
2/23/2009UW Cancer Doctor Gets Leukemia Grant
2/20/2009Wetting the Bed Could Be All in the Head
2/18/2009Genetic Information Improves Warfarin Prescribing
2/16/2009Human Proteomics Program Provides New Research Opportunities
2/13/2009Exploring the Links Between Brain Injury and Depression
2/13/2009Vascular Graft Bypasses Aneurysm
2/12/2009Mending a Broken Heart With Stem Cells
2/12/2009Psychoactive Compound Activates Mysterious Receptor
2/12/2009Sequences Capture the Code of the Common Cold
2/02/2009Mentors Sought for Shapiro Summer Research Program
2/02/2009Nominations Accepted for Student Research Awards
1/29/2009Golden Offers a Vision of Hope at Research Forum
1/27/2009Early Childhood Stress Has Lingering Effects on Health
1/27/2009UW Population Health Institute Awarded Grant to Expand Health Rankings
1/22/2009Uncorking a Wine-Related Cancer Treatment
1/14/2009National Children's Study Launches in Waukesha
1/12/2009All NIH Human Embryonic Stem Cell Registry Lines Now Deposited at NSCB
1/12/2009Protein That Regulates Hormones Critical to Women's Health Found in Pituitary
1/05/2009Risky Behavior Prominent on Teen MySpace Profiles
1/02/2009Worried Brains Yield Treatment Clues
12/29/2008Vampires Go to Bat for Stroke Treatment
12/22/2008Patient-Derived Induced Stem Cells Retain Disease Traits
12/18/2008James Thomson Receives 2008 Massry Prize Honoring Stem Cell Researchers
12/17/2008Cognitive Computing: Building a Machine That Can Learn From Experience
12/16/2008New Approach to Treating Parkinson's Disease to be Investigated
12/03/2008Milk May Hold the Key to Preventing Failed Transplants
11/21/2008Wisconsin Partnership Awards New Grants
11/10/2008Controlling Blood Sugar Saves Diabetics' Eyesight

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