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Wisconsin Institutes for Medical Research

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With an emphasis on cancer research, the Wisconsin Institutes for Medical Research (WIMR) at the University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health in Madison is designed to allow researchers to work with scientists from other disciplines, speeding the transfer of science to the people who will benefit from it.

 

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Collaboration Advances Care

 

The Wisconsin Institutes for Medical Research builds on the UW School of Medicine and Public Health's tradition of collaborative research. In the video at left, Dr. Richard Moss, senior associate dean for basic research, biotechnology and graduate studies, explains how collaboration with clinical faculty has played a key role in his research. Read a Q&A with Moss to learn more about WIMR.

Wan-Ju Li and students

Inspiration. Discovery. Hope.

 

Designed to enhance the collaboration of researchers in both the clinical and basic sciences, the Wisconsin Institutes for Medical Research will eventually grow to three towers dedicated to moving new discoveries from laboratory to bedside and into communities. Your gift helps our efforts to improve the health of Wisconsin's citizens by unlocking the mysteries of disease through research and discovery.

 

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Mohamad Hamdan

A Passion for Innovation

 

The collaborative nature of the Wisconsin Institutes for Medical Research (WIMR) has shaped Dr. Mohamed Hamdan's view of health care and medical research. He's looking forward to reaping the benefits of the second tower of WIMR in his own translational research, which examines the detrimental effects of heart rhythm disturbances on cardiac function and blood pressure regulation.

 

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Wisconsin Institutes for Medical Research

Nearing Completion

 

As the final touches are being put on the second tower of the Wisconsin Institutes for Medical Research, we offer a glimpse of the building's interior. Soon these hallways and lab spaces will be filled with scientists dedicated to seeking new therapies for cancer, eye and cardiovascular diseases, and more.

 

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