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Read the latest alumni profiles, and catch up on class notes from Quarterly, the magazine for alumni, friends, faculty and students of the University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health in Madison.

 

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Alumni Profile: Two Pediatricians Share Non-Traditional Paths to Success

Alumni Profile: Two Pediatricians Share Non-Traditional Paths to Success

In 1996, Quarterly magazine profiled two University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health (SMPH) alumni who, in their quests to balance career and family, took an unconventional step: they shared a pediatrics residency at UW Children&rsqu...
7/18/2017 | Alumni Profile: Two Pediatricians Share Non-Traditional Paths to Success

On Call: Catching Up with Three Radiologists

On Call: Catching Up with Three Radiologists

What have graduates of the University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health been up to lately? Three medical school alumni who are radiologists share their stories. Lori Deitte, MD '84 Following medical school, I completed a rad...
7/18/2017 | On Call: Catching Up with Three Radiologists

Know Your Class Representatives

Know Your Class Representatives

Each University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health (SMPH) graduating class has one or more class representatives who play an integral role in working with the Wisconsin Medical Alumni Association (WMAA) to plan class reunions. Those fe...
6/19/2017 | Know Your Class Representatives

Know Your Class Representatives

Know Your Class Representatives

Each University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health (SMPH) graduating class has one or more class representatives who play an integral role in working with the Wisconsin Medical Alumni Association (WMAA) to plan class reunions. Get to k...
4/10/2017 | Know Your Class Representatives

Patient Experience a Priority for John Drawbert

Patient Experience a Priority for John Drawbert

John Drawbert Ask John Drawbert, MD ’80, what accounts for OakLeaf Surgical Hospital’s extraordinary patient satisfaction rankings, and he’ll tell you it’s about being present. “Each patient expects that when a...
4/10/2017 | Patient Experience a Priority for John Drawbert

Alumni Q&A: Infamous Madison Fire Shaped Angela Gibson's Career

Alumni Q&A: Infamous Madison Fire Shaped Angela Gibson

On Sunday, April 20, 1998, the lives of seven people and their families were irrevocably changed when a mentally ill man boarded a Madison, Wisconsin, city bus, poured a can of gasoline on passengers and lit a match. This horrific event is etched in ...
12/16/2016 | Alumni Q&A: Infamous Madison Fire Shaped Angela Gibson's Career

On Call: Catch Up with Three MD/PhD Grads

On Call: Catch Up with Three MD/PhD Grads

Every day alumni from the University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health do amazing things. Here's what a few have been up to recently: Eva Baker, MD ’97, PHD ’95 At the National Institutes of Health (NIH) Departme...
12/16/2016 | On Call: Catch Up with Three MD/PhD Grads

Trout Family Reciprocates Care by Endowing Vision Research

Trout Family Reciprocates Care by Endowing Vision Research

David Gamm, MD, PhD (PG '02, '03), left, is shown with Sandra and Monroe Trout MD, JD, who endowed his position at the McPherson Eye Research Institute. It all started at Camp Randall Stadium. At a Wisconsin home football game in November 1957, ...
12/16/2016 | Trout Family Reciprocates Care by Endowing Vision Research

Philanthropy a Priority for Susan Isensee as New Wisconsin Medical Alumni Association President

Philanthropy a Priority for Susan Isensee as New Wisconsin Medical Alumni Association President

When Susan Isensee, MD ’83 (PG ’86), was named the 50th president of the Wisconsin Medical Alumni Association on July 1, 2016, she knew just what she would do with her two-year appointment. “Philanthropy is so important,”...
9/14/2016 | Philanthropy a Priority for Susan Isensee as New Wisconsin Medical Alumni Association President

Ralph Olsen Essay: Three Incredible Months in 1955

Ralph Olsen Essay: Three Incredible Months in 1955

Editor's note: Ralph Olsen, MD '54, earned his medical degree from the University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health. This essay, as written by Olsen, preserves his memories of a tragic time during the polio epidemic in Madison, W...
9/14/2016 | Ralph Olsen Essay: Three Incredible Months in 1955

 

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