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Quarterly is the magazine for alumni, friends, faculty and students of the University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health. Quarterly is published four times a year by the Wisconsin Medical Alumni Association and UW School of Medicine and Public Health and includes news, alumni profiles, student-life stories, class notes and more.


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Alzheimer's Chorus

A Team Approach to Alzheimer's Disease


Sigrid Knuti calls herself “a member of a club I never wanted to join.” But she and hundreds of other members of that club — adults whose parents have or had Alzheimer’s disease — are partnering with the University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health (SMPH) in the effort to better prevent, diagnose and treat Alzheimer’s disease.
Chancellor Becky Blank and TRIUMPH students

Promoting Health and Health Equity


For students in our Training in Urban Medicine and Public Health (TRIUMPH) program, the neighborhood is their classroom, and their efforts target broad public health goals: promote health equity; reduce infant mortality and gun violence; increase nutrition and exercise; increase immunization rates; and prepare for careers as community-engaged physicians.

Nick Anderson and Halden Markusen

Meeting the Challenge


In fall 2015, the Ironman Wisconsin took on a whole new meaning for Nick Anderson, a third-year medical student. He completed the race with his friend, Halden Markusen, even though Halden’s cerebral palsy means he is unable to run, bike or swim on his own.


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Lambeau Field 

Showcasing Mentors in Green Bay


Lambeau Field was the perfect setting for an event that honored volunteer faculty members and students for their dedication to providing health care in rural areas, which face shortages of primary care and specialty physicians.


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Class Notes

Wisconsin Medical Alumni Association

Last updated: 06/22/2016
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