The University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health in Madison is committed to improving the health of Wisconsin and beyond through service, scholarship, science and social responsibility. We are developing new approaches for preventing, diagnosing and treating illness by uniting the principles and power of traditional medicine and public health. Learn more about our mission and vision
- UW School of Medicine and Public Health and UW Health are studying whether an investigational vaccine developed by the pharmaceutical company AstraZeneca can prevent COVID-19. Learn more about participating in the study by emailing email@example.com, calling the hotline at 608-262-8300 or 833-306-0681, or visiting the study website.
- If you tested positive for COVID-19 and have since tested negative, please consider donating plasma for a clinical trial. If you are in the Madison area, visit the American Red Cross to learn more.
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