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Wisconsin Medical Alumni Association

Building Lifetime Relationships Among Faculty, Students and Residents


The University of Wisconsin Medical Alumni Association (WMAA) reaches 10,000 alumni worldwide with opportunities to connect through student initiatives, Quarterly magazine, events and programs. Join University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health graduates, students, faculty and current and former residents in participating in activities that build and maintain relationships for a lifetime.


Read profiles of School of Medicine and Public Health alumni in Quarterly magazine.



Congrats, New Doctors!


The MD Program Class of 2017 can relive commencement day by watching a video of the recognition ceremony. Best of luck to all in residency!

Medical Alumni Weekend

Come Join Us in June!


Please join us for Medical Alumni Weekend June 1-2 in Madison as we celebrate reunions for the classes of 1952, 1957, 1962 and 1967. We also extend a special welcome to the Half-Century Society, whose members graduated in 1966 or before. We hope to see everyone for the festivities!


View the schedule of events (pdf)

Medical Alumni Weekend hotel blocks (pdf)

Print the registration form (pdf)

Middleton Society

Join the Middleton Society Today


We invite you to join the Middleton Society, the group of our most loyal friends and supporters. Membership comes with cumulative gifts and pledges of cash, appreciated securities or deferred gifts to the school of $10,000 or more. Members receive special recognition and benefits from the University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health. Learn more

Make a Lifetime Connection


WMAA invites you to make a gift of a stethoscope to an incoming medical student, a tangible way to demonstrate the web of alumni support that surrounds our students and welcome them to the world of medicine. Help an incoming medical student with the gift of a stethoscope


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Wisconsin Medical Alumni Association

Last updated: 05/26/2017
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