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UW Health Designated by State Health Services to Care for Confirmed Ebola Patients

UW Health Designated by State Health Services to Care for Confirmed Ebola Patients

A note from UW Health leadership: We all look forward to a time when Ebola ceases to be a devastating epidemic in West Africa and a threat to our global community. We honor those who work toward that goal by volunteering in the African nations w...
11/02/2014 | UW Health Designated by State Health Services to Care for Confirmed Ebola Patients

Cancer-Promoting Proteins Reveal Viable Target for Therapy

Cancer-Promoting Proteins Reveal Viable Target for Therapy

Madison, Wisconsin - Discovering how cells function at a molecular level is a little like playing with Legos without the directions and in the dark: You can’t see it and you don’t know exactly how all the pieces connect. So, shining a lig...
10/31/2014 | Cancer-Promoting Proteins Reveal Viable Target for Therapy

Hospitals, Clinics to Remove Sugar-Sweetened Beverages

Hospitals, Clinics to Remove Sugar-Sweetened Beverages

Madison, Wisconsin - In the coming months, University of Wisconsin Hospital and Clinics, UW Medical Foundation and American Family Children's Hospital will adopt a new beverage policy that reinforces its ongoing commitment to patients, families, facu...
10/30/2014 | Hospitals, Clinics to Remove Sugar-Sweetened Beverages

Grant Will Help Recruit, Retain Native Americans in Health Care Careers

Grant Will Help Recruit, Retain Native Americans in Health Care Careers

Madison, Wisconsin - The Native American Center for Health Professions (NACHP) at the University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health has been awarded a five-year Indians Into Medicine grant from the US Department of Health and Human Ser...
10/29/2014 | Grant Will Help Recruit, Retain Native Americans in Health Care Careers

Ebola Q&A with UW Health Infectious Disease Specialist Nasia Safdar

Ebola Q&A with UW Health Infectious Disease Specialist Nasia Safdar

Madison, Wisconsin - With Ebola now present in the U.S., hospitals and health care facilities across the country are stepping up efforts to prepare for potential cases of the deadly virus, and taking precautionary measures to prevent its spread. ...
10/28/2014 | Ebola Q&A with UW Health Infectious Disease Specialist Nasia Safdar

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10/31/2014Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Grand Rounds
11/03/2014Consequential Epidemiology: Findings from the Survey of the Health of Wisconsin
11/04/2014Searching for a Solution to Alzheimer's Disease
11/05/2014Orthopedic Surgery Grand Rounds
11/05/2014UWCCC Grand Rounds-Mesenchymal Transition in Glioblastoma Stem-Like Cells: Effects of Microenvironment on Differentiation State and Treatment Resistance
11/06/2014Vascular Biology Research Colloquium
11/07/2014Alzheimer's Disease Annual Update
11/07/2014TIRWG Monthly Meeting
11/10/2014UW-Madison Diversity Forum - Pulse 2014: Diversity's Evolving Paradigm and Practical Approaches
11/11/2014Non-Coding RNA Regulation of HDL Metabolism

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