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JEFF HARTMAN EARNS FULBRIGHT TO INTEGRATE PHYSICAL THERAPY, GLOBAL HEALTH

Jeff Hartman, PT, DPT, MPH, imagines a world where physical therapy is used globally to improve the health and function of all. Thanks...

INCOMING MEDICAL STUDENTS RECEIVE WARM WELCOME TO MEDICAL PROFESSION

The White Coat Investiture Ceremony is a rite of passage that emphasizes the importance of compassionate patient care as MD students start...

FREE CLINIC RUN BY MEDICAL STUDENTS CELEBRATES 30TH YEAR UNLIKE ANY OTHER

The University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health’s student-run free community clinic system, MEDiC, was poised to enter its 30th year in...

UW researchers join three national artificial intelligence institutes

University of Wisconsin–Madison researchers across campus will harness artificial intelligence to promote sustainable food systems and advanced wireless networks as part of...

NFL AWARDS UW RESEARCHERS $4 MILLION TO LEAD STUDY ON HAMSTRING INJURIES

A team of researchers led by the University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health was awarded a four-year, $4 million...

FUTURE OF PUBLIC HEALTH: MASKS WILL BE HERE TO STAY

In late 2019, researchers began to better understand how the virus that causes COVID-19 spreads. It became clear that masks were going...

UW BEGINS NEW CLINICAL TRIAL TO TREAT FATAL BLOOD DISEASES IN CHILDREN, YOUNG ADULTS

A clinical trial has launched at the UW School of Medicine and Public Health to test the safety of a new type of...

UW LAUNCHES INNOVATIVE CENTER FOR HEALTH DISPARITIES RESEARCH

A new center at the UW School of Medicine and Public Health seeks to examine how a person’s environment and social conditions...

RESILIENCE MARKS 2021 MD GRADUATES AT UW SCHOOL OF MEDICINE AND PUBLIC HEALTH

During their studies, health professions students customarily gain a deep understanding of caring for patients and communities. For the class of 2021, navigating...

UW TO LEAD NATIONAL RESEARCH ON PEDIATRIC ASTHMA IN LOW-INCOME URBAN AREAS

The National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID), part of the National Institutes of Health (NIH), recently announced they have awarded...

METABOLIC SWITCH MAY REGENERATE HEART MUSCLE FOLLOWING HEART ATTACK

In a study recently published in the journal Circulation, the UW team describes its success in improving in a mouse model the function...

ALZHEIMER’S STUDY FINDS LINK BETWEEN LIVING IN DISADVANTAGED NEIGHBORHOODS AND BRAIN SHRINKAGE, DECLINING BRAIN FUNCTION

“Worldwide, dementia is a major cause of illness and a devastating diagnosis,” said study author Amy Kind, MD, PhD, professor of medicine in the...

Anouncement

[Urbana] Boating is Back at Crystal Lake Park!

After two years off, boating is back at Crystal Lake Park. Rent paddle boats, canoes and kayaks starting at $9 for a...

[Urbana] Enjoy Neighborhood Nights at our parks this summer!

We are excited to bring back this Urbana tradition!Enjoy a free concert in one of our parks each Wednesday from 6:30 -...

Art@ the Y presents Uncle Allen: Works by Allen Stringfellow

Champaign native Allen Stringfellow (b.1923, d.2004) was known for his colorful collages and strong imagery, celebrating life in the African American community...

Media advisory: Media access and parking passes available for commencement

CHAMPAIGN, Ill. — Members of the news media may pick up stadium passes and parking passes for the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign...