Taking care of patients makes for hectic days, but UW Health's Microsystems pilot program is looking at ways to allow providers to step back and remember the big picture. Learn more
Young Mother Survives Heart Arrhythmia
Twenty-year-old Delia Brayden didn't know she had a rare genetic heart condition called Arrhythmogenic Right Ventricular Cardiomyopathy until her heart stopped and she nearly died. Learn more
Like many 7-year-olds, Emma Broeniman of Appleton, Wis., loves art projects and Hershey bars. But unlike many of her peers, she's already had 13 surgeries and has undergone chemotherapy treatment twice. Learn more
A UW study found the first long-term, effective treatment to improve vision in cases of blocked veins in the eye - such "strokes" are a very common cause of vision loss. Learn more
Scientists Master Puzzle of Red Blood Cell Genes
UW researchers mapped out all the genes involved in creating red blood cells, a discovery that impacts leukemia and anemia treatments. Learn more
Sleep: Spring Cleaning for the Brain?
Researchers at the UW School of Medicine and Public Health found evidence to back up the idea that sleep refreshes the brain. Learn more
From Joy to Sadness
UW experts stress the importance of screening for postpartum depression. Learn more
The University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health's Training in Urban Medicine and Public Health program gives medical students experience in medically underserved areas. Learn more
Staying In Touch With Rural Roots
UW unveiled the Wisconsin Academy for Rural Medicine, which recruits students with the potential to practice in rural areas.
With Shortage Projected, Large Class Welcomed
The largest class in UW School of Medicine and Public Health history started school in Fall 2009 and will help address an anticipated shortage in doctors. Learn more
Dermatologists Make a Difference
Dermatologist residents learn and give back to the community by working at a free clinic. Learn more
UW Health spearheaded All-Wisconsin Alcohol Risk Education, a group aimed at combating problem drinking throughout the state. AWARE brings partners from across the state together to join a fight to change laws.
UW Health Lends A Hand
People from across UW Health worked alongside