Innovative programs broaden UW experts' reach
UW faculty and staff are developing and using creative approaches to care for patients, conduct research, educate future caregivers and share knowledge.
State Laboratory of Hygiene is a key public health partner for Wisconsin
Created with the intent of tapping into UW faculty expertise on infectious disease, the State Laboratory of Hygiene has evolved far beyond that role and become a public health juggernaut.
Three UW School of Medicine and Public Health, UW Health leaders receive Outstanding Women of Color awards
Shiva Bidar-Sielaff, Gina Green-Harris and Jasmine Zapata were three of the seven honorees for the annual awards from UW-Madison.
'Cause and devotion to medicine' keep William J. Little, 98, still practicing
William J. Little, Jr. has made a huge impact throughout his career—beginning with military service and continuing past his 98th birthday at a clinic that provides free and low-cost care.
Mary Landry focuses on improving women's health for students and underserved populations
Mary Landry reflects on her education, working at University Health Services and working to fight health disparities.
Ann Palmenberg gives back after surviving cancer
Ann Palmenberg has generously supported UW Carbone Cancer Center after surviving Stage 4 T-cell lymphoma.
Technology, Entrepreneurs Changing Healthcare Student Interest Group aims to spur early collaboration
The student group is looking to provide medical students with firsthand opportunities to experience the medical innovation process.
Perspectives: a health equity mindset
Population Health Institute Director Sheri Johnson discusses how compared to Wisconsinites overall, residents of the state’s rural areas and the large, urban Milwaukee County share common challenges.
On Call: Three neurologists tell Quarterly what they've been up to
These three University of Wisconsin graduates chose neurology as their specialty and share with Quarterly what they've been doing in the years since graduating.