Graduation recap

Health professions students celebrated graduation on May 11, marking the end of one chapter and the beginning of a new one.

From bugs to drugs

Alumna Mary Wilson, a long-standing expert in global health, describes concerns and offers solutions for antibiotic resistance.

Affective neuroscience: 25 years of progress

Fueled by passion for their complementary fields of study, 25 years ago, Ned Kalin and Richard Davidson founded and hosted the Wisconsin Symposium on Emotion. Each year since then, that passion has been palpable among participants.

Following her mother's footsteps

Mary Finta, a 2019 MD graduate in the Wisconsin Academy for Rural Medicine, followed her passion for rural medicine back to her hometown, where she trained in the same place where her mother has been a physician for 30 years.

On call: Catching up with ophthalmologists

Find out what some School of Medicine and Public Health MD Program alumni have been up to lately.

Meet your class reps

These School of Medicine and Public Health MD Program graduates are hoping you'll join them at an upcoming class reunion.

The future has arrived for human genomics and precision medicine

Stephen Meyn shares his perspective on how the School of Medicine and Public Health is leading the way with research and programs in genomic medicine.

Ethics and pregnancy in clinical trials

Read Amelia Haj's winning entry in the fifth annual bioethics essay contest, which was held in conjunction with the 11th annual Bioethics Symposium.

Alumni awards

Find out who was honored at the Wisconsin Medical Alumni Association Awards Banquet held in April.

Reducing opioid and addiction's impact

Faculty in several departments and programs are dedicating their work toward raising awareness about and reducing the impact of opioid-use disorders and other addictions.