Our medical, graduate and health professions students explore areas of medicine in a variety of settings - from a research hospital to community clinics, sophisticated laboratories to emergency rooms. They join residents, fellows and postdoctoral students in learning from a faculty of internationally acclaimed teachers in more than 25 basic science and clinical departments.

Degree programs

Our programs prepare and inspire students to advance knowledge, seek breakthrough treatments and improve the health of patients and communities in Wisconsin and beyond.

Professional training

Trainees in our residency, postdoctoral and career development programs learn from distinguished faculty in all fields of clinical medicine, biomedical research and population health.
Additional programs
We offer opportunities and resources for premedical students and health professions students interested in improving health at every level, whether locally or globally.
The School of Medicine and Public Health has a deep and profound commitment to diversity, both as an end in itself, and as a valuable means for eliminating health disparities.

Statewide campus

In keeping with the Wisconsin Idea, the borders of our campus extend to the entire state. Our medical students learn from hundreds of volunteers at hospitals and clinics throughout Wisconsin. Watch the videos below to learn about our Statewide Academic Campus locations in Milwaukee, Marshfield, Green Bay and La Crosse.
Clinical learning
The School of Medicine and Public Health and UW Health boast top-notch clinical education facilities that serve as training grounds for learners of various health professions and levels.