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Jack Fowler, UW Human Oncology, Medical Physics Professor Emeritus, Dies at 91

Jack Fowler, UW Human Oncology, Medical Physics Professor Emeritus, Dies at 91

Jack and Anna Fowler appear at a Wisconsin Institutes for Discovery event with Professor Emeritus Bhudatt R. Paliwal. John Francis “Jack” Fowler, professor emeritus of human oncology and medical physics at the University of Wisconsin...
12/07/2016 | Jack Fowler, UW Human Oncology, Medical Physics Professor Emeritus, Dies at 91

Paul Sondel Wins Prestigious Award for Pioneering Cancer Research

Paul Sondel Wins Prestigious Award for Pioneering Cancer Research

Dr. Paul Sondel of the University of Wisconsin Carbone Cancer Center has been awarded the top prize in the field of cancer immunology.  The Society for Immunotherapy of Cancer (SITC) announced that Sondel, a pediatric oncologist, has receiv...
12/07/2016 | Paul Sondel Wins Prestigious Award for Pioneering Cancer Research

Carbone Cancer Center Research Inspires New Art Exhibit

Carbone Cancer Center Research Inspires New Art Exhibit

At the Wisconsin Academy of Sciences, Arts and Letters’ James Watrous Gallery, local artist Leslie Iwai’s exhibit, Daughter Cells, is on display now through January 22. Iwai’s work was largely inspired through a colla...
12/01/2016 | Carbone Cancer Center Research Inspires New Art Exhibit

Obesity Rates in Wisconsin Higher Than Previously Thought

Obesity Rates in Wisconsin Higher Than Previously Thought

Madison, Wisconsin - Obesity rates among Wisconsin adults are higher than previously reported for the state. According to findings from the Survey of the Health of Wisconsin (SHOW), a population-based health examination survey, 39.4 percent of Wiscon...
12/01/2016 | Obesity Rates in Wisconsin Higher Than Previously Thought

Research Shows Split Brain Activity Allows You to Listen and Drive

Research Shows Split Brain Activity Allows You to Listen and Drive

We’ve all had the experience of pulling into the driveway, with no clear memory of the drive. Now a team of University of Wisconsin-Madison consciousness researchers has used brain imaging to show how the brain allows you to drive a famili...
11/30/2016 | Research Shows Split Brain Activity Allows You to Listen and Drive

State-of-the-Art Radiation Oncology on Madison's East Side

State-of-the-Art Radiation Oncology on Madison

Cancer patient Robert Comyne (right) with Dr. Greg Cooley (left) and wife Diane. Robert Comyne felt a pain in his chest during an aerobics class. Thinking he'd pulled a muscle, he ignored it for a few weeks until he sneezed, and "it felt like so...
11/30/2016 | State-of-the-Art Radiation Oncology on Madison's East Side

 

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