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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

Homing in on Why Female Newborns are Better Protected from Brain Injury

Homing in on Why Female Newborns are Better Protected from Brain Injury

Each year, thousands of newborn babies suffer complications during pregnancy or birth that deprive their brains of oxygen and nutrient-rich blood and result in brain injury. This deprivation results in hypoxic ischemic encephalopathy (HIE), whic...
2/05/2016 | Homing in on Why Female Newborns are Better Protected from Brain Injury

Cycle for Sight to Raise Money for Research on Blinding Diseases

Cycle for Sight to Raise Money for Research on Blinding Diseases

The quest to end blinding diseases through eye research here in Madison continues Saturday, March 12, 2016 with the fifth annual Cycle for Sight. Just an hour on a bike one Saturday morning at three Madison locations - the Natatorium on the UW c...
2/03/2016 | Cycle for Sight to Raise Money for Research on Blinding Diseases

Events Highlight Impact of Alzheimer's Disease on African-Americans

Events Highlight Impact of Alzheimer

Madison, Wisconsin - Talks by a national expert on Alzheimer’s disease and a free community screening highlight the annual Solomon Carter Fuller event Feb. 19 and 20. The Black History Month event honors Dr. Solomon Carter Fuller, the firs...
2/03/2016 | Events Highlight Impact of Alzheimer's Disease on African-Americans

 

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