Dr. Michael Rock has had a long standing history of interest and participation in cystic fibrosis clinical trials. As a fellow from 1986 to 1989, Dr. Rock was fully involved in the randomized controlled trial of cystic fibrosis newborn screening. He became re-involved in this project when he returned to Madison as a faculty member in 1995.
Upon Dr. Rock’s return to Madison in 1995, he also became involved in multi-center clinical trials of new and existing therapies for patients with CF. Since then, Dr. Rock and the research team have been involved in studies of DNase in infants, azithromycin in patients chronically infected with Pseudomonas aeruginosa, BIIL-284, denufosol, inhaled hypertonic saline for infants, pancreatic enzyme studies, a new formulation of AquADEKs vitamins, CFTR modulators and studies of therapies for the eradication of new acquisition of Pseudomonas aeruginosa. Additionally, Dr. Rock conducted an investigator-initiated study of a new method of sweat testing, the CF Quantum® Test system.
One of the leaders of the UW’s cystic fibrosis program for more than 28 years, Michael Rock will retire in July
When Michael J. Rock, MD, professor, Division of Pulmonology and Sleep Medicine, arrived at the Department of Pediatrics to begin a pediatric pulmonology fellowship in 1986, he had no inkling that the research scene he …May 5, 2023
Al Dhaheri N, Wu N, Zhao S, Wu Z, Blank RD, Zhang J, Raggio C, Halanski M, Shen J, Noonan K, Qiu G, Nemeth B, Sund S, Dunwoodie SL, Chapman G, Glurich I, Steiner RD, Wohler …June 24, 2020
The Pediatrics Research Week 2020 Abstract Book is now available. University of Wisconsin Department of Pediatrics faculty, staff, fellows and residents submitted over 50 research abstracts for the virtual conference, which is taking place May 26-29, 2020. …May 21, 2020
1. Ascierto PA, Fox B, Urba W, Anderson AC, Atkins MB, Borden EC, Brahmer J, Butterfield LH, Cesano A, Chen D, de Gruijl T, Dillman RO, Drake CG, Emens LA, Gajewski TF, Gulley JL, Stephen …May 4, 2020
In response to COVID-19, the Department of Pediatrics’ annual Research Week will offer alternative programming to spotlight the scholarly work from its residents, fellows, faculty and staff. Through a mix of livestreamed lectures and interactive …April 28, 2020
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