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Quarterly

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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Graduation Recap

Graduation 2014 Recap

 

The 172 graduates of the Class of 2014 are marching into a broad range of specialties, in line with the UW School of Medicine and Public Health's mission to provide comprehensive care for all - including the underserved - and into residencies around Wisconsin and the nation.

 

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Cameron Currie and David Andes

Searching for New Antibiotics

 

Cameron Currie and David Andes, MD, PhD (PG ’96), are co-principal investigators of a multidisciplinary study designed to find untapped sources of new antibiotics. Their goal is to help address one of the most compelling problems of the 21st century: antibiotic-resistant bacterial infections. Their research is being informed with help from a surprising source.

 

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Troy Garden

10 Years of Partnerships

 

In 2004, as the University of Wisconsin-Madison celebrated the Wisconsin Idea’s 100th anniversary, the Wisconsin Partnership Program began a journey toward making the state healthier.

 

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Steve Merkow 

Meet the New President

 

Steve Merkow, MD '80, exemplifies the Badger spirit in many ways. In 2013 he was named a Badger of the Year by the Wisconsin Alumni Association, and he's a strong believer in giving back. He says the School of Medicine and Public Health "has done so much to help me build the life that I have, so it feels natural to give back."

 

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Class Notes

Wisconsin Medical Alumni Association


Last updated: 09/12/2014
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