The second annual event served as a call to action for academic medicine and beyond while celebrating health equity leaders.
Outstanding Women of Color
Melissa Metoxen (left) and Jennifer Edgoose were honored by UW-Madison in recognition of their efforts in advocacy, community building and scholarly research.
Continuing excellence in cancer research
Carbone Cancer Center Director Howard Bailey builds for the future on the center's strong foundation.
Community empowerment: the heart of prevention
Jasmine Zapata aims to improve health outcomes by reaching minority children through through poetry and music.
Putting teamwork first
Elizabeth Burnside explains her team approach to research.
Diane Heatley's entry into Bucky on Parade brought in big bucks for charity.
From medicine to music
The new School of Medicine and Public Health Orchestra brings together musically-inclined students, alumni, faculty and staff.
Quarterly catches up with emergency medicine alumni.
Perspectives: Cellular pharmaceuticals meet the Wisconsin Idea
Jacques Galipeau explains how the advent of cellular therapy has lifted restraints by using living cells as drugs.