Three Faculty Receive Lifetime Achievement Award
The Folkert O. Belzer Award is the highest honor the University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health (SMPH) bestows upon its faculty members for their lifetime achievements.
Helping a Patient Live with Rare Dysplasia
Goodbye Dear Friend: Paul M. DeLuca
Far and Wide with Physical Therapy
Jeff Hartman, PT, DPT, MPH ’06, says he made the best professional decision of his career when he was a physical therapist practicing in Sierra Leone in 2004. He was one of only four licensed physical therapists there immediately after a brutal, 11-year civil war. The traumatized nation was under the control of United Nations peacekeepers at the time.
Improving Babies’ Quality of Life
When the Fetal Diagnosis and Treatment Center opened, Lobeck expected a slow, steady stream of new patients — but demand far outpaced anyone’s predictions.
The Science of Mentorship: Angela Byars-Winston
When Angela Byars-Winston, PhD, addressed a group of medical students and their mentors recently, she encouraged them to “grow where you are planted. We have to create the space we want to flourish in, that we want to thrive in.”
In Memoriam: Hans W. Sollinger, Guillermo de Venecia, Merle A. Evenson
Goodbye dear friends: Hans W. Sollinger, Guillermo de Venecia, Merle A. Evenson
Ed Chapman’s Tenacious Approach to the “Most Important” Problems in Biology
Ed Chapman concentrates on research questions that are big, bad, and basic. Many of them concern the release of neurotransmitters at the synapse — the tiny gap between two neurons.
Richard Moss Receives Folkert Belzer Award for Lifetime Achievement
Looking back 43 years later, Moss uses the word “fortunate” to describe many aspects of his career.
Heroes of the Pandemic Share Their Experiences
Quarterly asked a sampling of UW School of Medicine and Public Health faculty members to share their experiences related to the novel coronavirus and its ramifications on individuals, families and communities.
Basic Science Discoveries Propel Advancements
The school's basic science departments are pivotal in educating graduate and post-doctoral trainees and conducting cutting-edge research.
Michelle Buelow Receives Max Fox Award
The annual award goes to a Wisconsin physician whose outstanding service as a preceptor has played an important role in the education of UW medical students.