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American Family Children's Hospital
Serving our patient community

In September 2002, Jim Baumgarten was told he had six months to a year to live, due to a form of lung cancer caused not by smoking, but by exposure to asbestos. At first surgery wasn't an option, but that soon changed when a new study began. Jim was an ideal candidate. Read More...

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Serving our research community

The Wisconsin Institutes for Medical Research (WIMR) embrace a new way of doing science. In this new mode, traditional research silos become obsolete, as basic, translational and clinical scientists work together to move discoveries quickly from bench to bedside and into the community. Read More...


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Serving out academic community

One afternoon a month throughout the academic year, a group of UW School of Medicine and Public Health faculty and teaching staff actively engage in workshops to enhance their teaching and educational leadership skills. They've made a commitment to become excellent teachers and to prepare themselves as future educational leaders for the institution. Read More...

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Serving our global community

As a young man, Douglas Dulli, MD, dreamed of joining the Peace Corps. That dream never happened, but his work as a volunteer doctor in impoverished Central American nations over the last eight years has more than made up for it. "It's absolutely a passion with me," says Dulli, a UW Health neurologist. Read More...

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