Innovative neurosurgery teaching techniques benefit patients
The Lincoln Ramirez Neurosurgery Operative Skills Laboratory, which opened in University Hospital’s K Tower in late 2018, is fulfilling its mission and already has been the source of about two dozen research papers.
Pathway programs guide health care professionals from underrepresented populations
School leaders realize that increasing the number of under-represented minority students in the health care workforce relies upon getting more students into educational pathways
Wisconsin Partnership Program: Balancing our goals and responsibilities as a funder
The success of the Partnership Program’s grant programs and ability to support innovative and exceptional work is based in part on its commitment to a robust review process.
Kathryn Budzak facilitates class camaraderie
Since medical school, Kathe Budzak has aimed to bolster the close-knit feeling among her classmates by writing letters and encouraging attendance at gatherings.
Trial by fire, water and mud
Twenty-six rural medicine students took part in an accident training to help them understand scenarios encountered by first responders in rural areas.
Henry A. Anderson, III, advances science through strong relationships
Anderson created the Henry A. Anderson, III, Endowment for the Advancement of Preventive Medicine, which provides funding for students in a variety of training programs.