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A UW–Madison spinoff company is refining a medical management software package designed to help doctors treat patients more efficiently.
Three experts will engage with the public and foster understanding of the ethical decisions journalists and policymakers face.
Carl Ross has more than 26 years of experience advancing a wide range of cell and gene therapies, vaccines and therapeutic proteins into human clinical trials.
The students will spend time in Green Bay, La Crosse, Marshfield, and surrounding communities through the Wisconsin Academy for Rural Medicine.
Van Orman departs this month to take on a new role as the associate vice provost for student affairs and chief student health officer at the University of Southern California.
UW–Madison engineers and doctors believe Medicare patients with several chronic conditions would be happier and healthier if they could manage their own symptoms.
UW–Madison School of Nursing researchers set out to get hospital patients on their feet and walking — movement that could drastically change the shape in which they leave the hospital. They found success in a 13-week pilot study with the help of nurses in a unit at the University of Wisconsin Hospital in Madison.
Shawn Michels, a UW–Madison student and diabetic, has invented an add-on to conventional insulin pens that allows users to make their injections with one hand.
The BSN@Home program is an online bachelor’s degree-completion program that provides a flexible distance learning option for busy registered nurses.
Success will take years, but if the noninvasive screening test works, it could aid in early detection of a cancer that kills about 26,000 American men every year.
The study reinforces growing evidence that collagen, which forms fibrous networks in skin, tendons and muscles, is intimately involved in several cancers.
UW-Madison recommends meningitis B vaccination for undergraduates; free immunizations available beginning Oct. 20
The recommendation comes in response to two confirmed cases in students last week. Both students are currently recovering.
Two UW–Madison students were hospitalized with meningococcal disease this week, with one case being identified as serogroup B. Both students are currently recovering.