UW scientists work wonders with retinal cells grown from stem cells.
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Their cells could speed the way to treatments in humans.
The secret might be an amino acid called glycine.
Two UW alums find a novel way to bring health care to you.
Kiana Beaudin ’10, MPAS’15 has devoted her career to her patients as well as the entire Ho-Chunk Nation.
In the early days of the pandemic, higher media consumption led to more emotional distress.
It increases the lifespan of mice with minimal side effects.
The answer could help researchers assess canine vision.
Under new restrictions, irregular menstrual cycles could keep women from seeking the procedure.
UW–Madison researchers lead the effort to protect us from viruses yet to come.
UW professor James Thomson’s discoveries inspired scientists around the world.
Mohamed Amin PhD’13 looks for healthy ways to go hungry.
With more than 400 interviews during the COVID pandemic, epidemiologist Ajay Sethi became a thoughtful voice against falsehood and conspiracy.
The Wisconsin Medicine campaign boosts the UW’s work in health care and research, with an assist from Badgers radio announcer Matt Lepay.
Proteins from the fish’s immune system can help humans prepare for coronavirus outbreaks.
The UW vet school’s inaugural class pays it forward with an endowed scholarship.
A UW breakthrough could improve breast-cancer care.
A promising invention replaces the surgeon’s heavy headlight.
Simply reducing calorie intake might not be enough.
A fellowship program will train specialists at UW Health.
A new model will overcome disparities and boost immunization rates.
Sarah Ives ’12 achieved instant stardom in the documentary Pandemic.
Sports psychiatrist Claudia Reardon ’01, MD’06 treats Badger stars.
The UW Healthy Minds Program app helps students meditate via podcast.
UW researchers take a step toward treating humans.
UW–Madison leads the way in a potentially transformative field of medicine.
UW researchers tackle one of the most frustrating sports injuries.
Student helpers provide a shot in the arm for vaccination efforts.
After a lifesaving procedure, Pleasant Rowland funds a UW transplant clinic.
A UW team is helping to weaponize the body’s own immune system.