20 years of stem cells
University of Wisconsin researchers continue work towards new clinical applications, two decades after stem cell research began on campus.
Marc Drezner earns Belzer Lifetime Achievement Award
During his research, teaching and patient care career—which began with 25 years on the faculty at Duke University followed by 18 years at UW-Madison—Drezner has been recognized as an expert in bone and mineral metabolism.
Native American Center for Health Professions focuses on recruitment, training
The center is chipping away at decades of American Indian and Alaska Natives being under-represented in health professions.
Sheri Johnson reflects on a year leading the Population Health Institute
Sheri Johnson shares her history and explains some of the biggest challenges facing population health in Wisconsin.
Using expertise for patient advocacy
Brita Lundberg, MD ’91 (PG ’94), decided to leave the practice of medicine and return to the classroom for patient advocacy training. Now she's making a career out of it.
Procedures Fair offers students valuable practice
The annual Procedures Fair provides students hands-on experience in many of the procedures that physicians, particularly in primary care, encounter regularly.