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Byars-Winston, Pugh Earn UW Outstanding Women of Color Awards

Byars-Winston, Pugh Earn UW Outstanding Women of Color Awards

Two faculty from the University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health are among the eight winners of the 2014-15 Outstanding Women of Color awards at UW-Madison. Dr. Angela Byars-Winston, associate professor in the Department of Medi...
7/22/2014 | Byars-Winston, Pugh Earn UW Outstanding Women of Color Awards

Cognitive Activities May Help Protect the Brain From Alzheimerâ??s

Cognitive Activities May Help Protect the Brain From Alzheimerâ??s

Madison, Wisconsin - Playing games such as checkers, cards, or board games or putting puzzles together could help keep you mentally sharp in old age and may even be beneficial in staving off diseases like Alzheimer’s.    &nb...
7/22/2014 | Cognitive Activities May Help Protect the Brain From Alzheimerâ??s

Internal Structure of Hepatitis B Revealed for First Time

Internal Structure of Hepatitis B Revealed for First Time

Madison, Wisconsin - Nearly 12,000 photographs and some sophisticated mathematical modeling have led a two-university research team to come up with a picture of a virus that infects millions of people worldwide and kills many in the Third World. ...
7/22/2014 | Internal Structure of Hepatitis B Revealed for First Time

Two UW Health Employees Save a Woman's Life During a Camping Trip

Two UW Health Employees Save a Woman

Right Place, Right Time, Right Skills The light was fading the evening of Friday, July 11, as Deb Brausen and Tracy Weber were settling in to enjoy their camping trip at Silver Springs in Rio.  But at 8:30pm, they heard cries for help ...
7/22/2014 | Two UW Health Employees Save a Woman's Life During a Camping Trip

Statewide Cancer Disparities Persist for African-Americans

Statewide Cancer Disparities Persist for African-Americans

Madison, Wisconsin - Wisconsin’s report card on racial cancer disparities shows wide gaps in cancer incidence and deaths when comparing African-Americans and whites. The Cancer Health Disparities Initiative of the University of Wisconsin C...
7/21/2014 | Statewide Cancer Disparities Persist for African-Americans

Wisconsin Scientists Find Genetic Recipe to Turn Stem Cells to Blood

Wisconsin Scientists Find Genetic Recipe to Turn Stem Cells to Blood

Madison, Wisconsin - The ability to reliably and safely make in the laboratory all of the different types of cells in human blood is one key step closer to reality. Writing in the journal Nature Communications, a group led by University of Wisco...
7/18/2014 | Wisconsin Scientists Find Genetic Recipe to Turn Stem Cells to Blood

 

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