From treating individual patients to improving the health of populations, the University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health's reach is visible through education, research, patient care and community service happening across all corners of the state. Service is engrained in the school's mission and it's what drives our faculty, students and staff to move health care Forward.
Ingrained in our culture
Translating research into practice
The mission of the UW Population Health Institute is to translate research for policy and practice. The institute advances health and well-being for all by developing and evaluating interventions and promoting evidence-based approaches to policy and practice at the local, state and national levels. The institute works across the full spectrum of factors that contribute to health.
The Institute for Clinical and Translational Research research was created to foster the transformation of research discoveries into real-life community practice by providing resources and services that support researchers.
The Wisconsin Alzheimer's Institute strives to foster collaboration and cooperation within the scientific, treatment and caregiving communities to benefit the people whose lives are afflicted with Alzheimer’s disease.