Dennis Maki Earns Distinguished Alumni Award
As a physician, Dennis Maki is known for his insatiable thirst for knowledge, superhuman memory and tireless work ethic. But the self-described “farm kid” from northern Wisconsin also is deeply generous.
Since medical school, Kathe Budzak has aimed to bolster the close-knit feeling among her classmates by writing letters and encouraging attendance at gatherings.
Know Your Class Representatives
These School of Medicine and Public Health MD Program graduates are hoping you'll join them at an upcoming class reunion.
On Call: Catching Up With Ophthalmologists
Find out what some School of Medicine and Public Health MD Program alumni have been up to lately.
Following Her Mother’s Footsteps
Mary Finta, a 2019 MD graduate in the Wisconsin Academy for Rural Medicine, followed her passion for rural medicine back to her hometown, where she trained in the same place where her mother has been a physician for 30 years.
From Bugs to Drugs
Alumna Mary Wilson, a long-standing expert in global health, describes concerns and offers solutions for antibiotic resistance.
Find out who was honored at the Wisconsin Medical Alumni Association Awards Banquet held in April.
Community Empowerment: The Heart of Prevention
Jasmine Zapata aims to improve health outcomes by reaching minority children through through poetry and music.
On Call: Catching Up With Emergency Medicine Physicians
Quarterly catches up with emergency medicine alumni.
Patrick Remington’s Dedication to Public Health Earns Him 2019 Folkert Belzer Award
Through his work on the County Health Rankings and countless other projects and advisory roles, Patrick Remington has helped connect the school to the communities it serves.
Using Expertise for Patient Advocacy
Brita Lundberg, MD ’91 (PG ’94), decided to leave the practice of medicine and return to the classroom for patient advocacy training. Now she's making a career out of it.
Eugene Nordby Turns 100
Abraham Lincoln once observed that, “It’s not the years in your life that count. It’s the life in your years.” At age 100, Eugene Nordby, MD ’43, has had the rare good fortune to enjoy both long life and years filled with meaningful achievement. His distinguished career as an orthopedic surgeon, his 72-year marriage and his passion for preserving his Norwegian heritage form the outlines of an admirable life.