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Zika Q&A with UW Health Infectious Disease Specialist Nasia Safdar

Zika Q&A with UW Health Infectious Disease Specialist Nasia Safdar

Madison, Wisconsin - With the Zika outbreak continuing to make headlines, Nasia Safdar, MD, a UW Health infectious disease specialist and UW Hospital medical director of infection control, answers some common questions about the virus: Q. How is...
2/11/2016 | Zika Q&A with UW Health Infectious Disease Specialist Nasia Safdar

2016 Match Day and Graduation Information

2016 Match Day and Graduation Information

Here are the dates and times for Match Day and commencement for the MD Program Class of 2016 at the University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health. Match Day Match Day, where students learn their residency assignments, will be...
2/10/2016 | 2016 Match Day and Graduation Information

Wisconsinites Living Longer But Not Necessarily Healthier

Wisconsinites Living Longer But Not Necessarily Healthier

Madison, Wisconsin - A new report from the University of Wisconsin Population Health Institute reveals that Wisconsinites may be living longer, but not healthier. The 2015 Wisconsin Health Trends: Progress Report reveals that nearly all age grou...
2/10/2016 | Wisconsinites Living Longer But Not Necessarily Healthier

UW Health Names New CEO

UW Health Names New CEO

Madison, Wisconsin - Dr. Alan S. Kaplan, a nationally renowned health care leader with a proven track record of leading large-scale clinical and cultural transformation with a focus on care coordination, has been selected as the new chief execut...
2/09/2016 | UW Health Names New CEO

Survey of the Health of Wisconsin Shares Health Statistics

Survey of the Health of Wisconsin Shares Health Statistics

The Survey of the Health of Wisconsin (SHOW) has begun offering interactive online charts that provide visual insights into the factors that determine the state's health. View Wisconsin health trends and data SHOW is providing easy access t...
2/08/2016 | Survey of the Health of Wisconsin Shares Health Statistics

Biotech Degree for Working Adults Links Science, Business, Law

Biotech Degree for Working Adults Links Science, Business, Law

As biological technologies penetrate ever more broadly across the economy, the University of Wisconsin-Madison is preparing adult students to capitalize on that trend through a career-changing master’s degree in biotechnology. In evening a...
2/05/2016 | Biotech Degree for Working Adults Links Science, Business, Law

 

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