Quarterly (Volume 22, No. 2)
COVID-19 spurs all functions of school into action
The COVID-19 pandemic kicked into high-gear a response from the UW School of Medicine and Public Health's that spans clinical care, research and education.
A century of care for children
2020 commemorates the 100th year in which UW-Madison faculty and staff have been caring for hospitalized children.
Father, daughter take turns being "the other Dr. Allen"
David and Brittany Allen share a title but are making their own impacts in the Department of Pediatrics.
Healer's Journey: An ode to my ladies
Christine Seibert reflects on the concept of a social recession as her patients find themselves isolated by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Ralph Olsen: 73 years of memories, service and support
Tag along as Ralph Olsen takes his family through a tour of campus.
Three incredible months in 1955
Alumnus Ralph Olsen shares his experience living through the Wisconsin polio outbreak of 1955.
On Call: Three psychiatrists tell Quarterly what they've been up to
These three University of Wisconsin graduates chose psychiatry as their specialty and share with Quarterly what they've been doing in the years since graduating.
Goodbye, dear friend: Beth Potter
With heavy hearts, we share that Beth Potter, MD, associate professor (CHS) in the Department of Family Medicine and Community Health, passed away on March 31, 2020.
Goodbye, dear friend: Donata Oertel
We are saddened to share that Donata Oertel, PhD, Mary Herman and Lucien Rubinstein Distinguished Chair of Neuroscience, passed away on April 22, 2020 after a prolonged illness.
Goodbye, dear friend: Alex Tucker
Esteemed Wisconsin Medical Alumni Association (WMAA) Board Member Alex S. Tucker, MD ’75, died on March 21, 2020.
Goodbye, dear friend: Jon A. Wolff
Genetic therapy pioneer Jon A. Wolff, MD, died on April 17, 2020.
Know your class representatives
Each graduating class has one or more class representatives who play an integral role in working with the Wisconsin Medical Alumni Association. Meet class reps planning virtual reunions for fall 2020.
Perspectives: Once in a lifetime
Having meticulously curated an exhibit on World War I and the 1918 influenza pandemic, Micaela Sullivan-Fowler compares that outbreak to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.