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Dr. Ann Sheehy Named One of the Top 10 Hospitalists in 2014

Dr. Ann Sheehy Named One of the Top 10 Hospitalists in 2014

Madison, Wisconsin - UW Health hospitalist Dr. Ann Sheehy has been selected as one of the top 10 hospitalists in the nation in 2014 by the American College of Physicians. This is the seventh year the ACP Hospitalist publication’s editorial boar...
8/28/2014 | Dr. Ann Sheehy Named One of the Top 10 Hospitalists in 2014

UW Approved for $2.1 Million Funding Award by the Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute

UW Approved for $2.1 Million Funding Award by the Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute

Madison, Wisconsin - Can peer support do a better job than standard community services of keeping elderly people out of hospitals and nursing homes? A University of Wisconsin-Madison research team led by Dr. Elizabeth Jacobs, associate professor...
8/28/2014 | UW Approved for $2.1 Million Funding Award by the Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute

UW Health's Ice Bucket Challenge

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Madison, Wisconsin - With the watery assistance of the Madison Fire Department, UW Health's ALS Clinic joined the Muscular Dystrophy Association, some ALS patients at UW Hospital and Clinics, and their families to get drenched for a good cause.&...
8/26/2014 | UW Health's Ice Bucket Challenge

College Students Put Off By Drinking References on Facebook

College Students Put Off By Drinking References on Facebook

Madison, Wisconsin - You might think that Facebook profiles filled with drinking references have a strong influence on incoming college freshmen to drink. But research shows the opposite is true. A University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and ...
8/25/2014 | College Students Put Off By Drinking References on Facebook

Neuroscientists Explore Temperature-Sensitive Pathways to Control Neural Activity

Neuroscientists Explore Temperature-Sensitive Pathways to Control Neural Activity

Madison, Wisconsin - The body senses heat and cold at a molecular level, sending signals to the cell and the entire body to react to the environment. But if scientists can unlock the potential of these temperature-sensitive signaling pathways, the fi...
8/21/2014 | Neuroscientists Explore Temperature-Sensitive Pathways to Control Neural Activity

Undergraduate in Kuo Lab Has Historical Paper Published

Undergraduate in Kuo Lab Has Historical Paper Published

When undergraduate Will Lyon took a job in Dr. John Kuo’s laboratory, he knew he’d be working on brain cancer research. He didn’t expect to also be lead author of a historical paper published in the Journal of Neurosurgery, but...
8/20/2014 | Undergraduate in Kuo Lab Has Historical Paper Published

 

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