Quarterly (Volume 21, No. 4)
Mending tiny hearts
Despite the magnificence of American Family Children's Hospital, something palpable was missing when its doors opened more than 12 years ago. A comprehensive pediatric heart program - an essential component for any state-of-the-art children’s hospital - had repeatedly proved elusive. Now, UW's program is receiving national attention.
Modern medicine helps Amish deal with rare, inherited illness
Rural doctors pride themselves on being able to treat a wide range of conditions in their patients, but James DeLine’s practice brings him face to face with several rare genetic conditions that were present when the Amish and Mennonites immigrated from Europe to America and then Wisconsin.
Patrick Remington's dedication to public health earns him 2019 Folkert Belzer Award
Through his work on the County Health Rankings and countless other projects and advisory roles, Patrick Remington has helped connect the school to the communities it serves.
Dennis Maki earns Distinguished Alumni Award
As a physician, Dennis Maki is known for his insatiable thirst for knowledge, superhuman memory and tireless work ethic. But the self-described “farm kid” from northern Wisconsin also is deeply generous.
On call: Three nephrologists tell Quarterly what they've been up to
John Schwartz, Suzanne Norby and Dawn Wolfgram share their experiences specializing in kidney care.