May is Clinical Trials Month: Department of Pediatrics supports a wide range of clinical research and trials across all specialties

Department of Pediatrics researchers, both MD and PhD scientists, run more than 60 research groups across diverse specialties within the 16 divisions. Of the more than $55 million in research awards the department received in …

Physician Scientist Training Pathway supports new residents who wish to combine medicine and scientific research

Every year when new students enter the UW School of Medicine and Public Health (SMPH), some combine their medical studies with scientific research, continuing often already extensive undergraduate research experience. Some choose to look for …

Department of Pediatrics 2024 Research Week, including the Gerard B. Odell Lecture and Award, is coming in May

Next month, the Department of Pediatrics will offer its 2024 Research Week over five days, May 13–17. Through a combination of live-streamed lectures, in-person events, and interactive sessions with faculty members and trainees, audience participants …

Division of Gastroenterology, Hepatology, and Nutrition offers a new transnasal endoscopic procedure, allowing pediatric patients to avoid anesthesia and OR visits

Clinicians within the Division of Gastroenterology, Hepatology, and Nutrition are promoting a new endoscopic procedure for pediatric patients that saves time, money, and discomfort. Jonathan Wong, DO, assistant professor, Divisions of Gastroenterology, Hepatology, and Nutrition …

After two years in planning, the Pediatric Continuous Renal Replacement Therapy Program marks its first year of successes

After two years of planning and preparation from 2020 to late 2022, Allison Redpath, MD, associate professor and medical director of pediatric dialysis, Division of Nephrology, and Melissa Cercone, MD, associate professor and fellowship director, …

Two Department of Pediatrics members, Ryan McAdams and Kelly McGregory, contribute their art to the Wisconsin Medical Journal’s double issue on COVID-19

The latest publication of the Wisconsin Medical Journal (WMJ) is an important double issue of 170 pages, entitled, “Lessons Learned from the Pandemic.” Its many articles are accompanied by artwork throughout. Two physicians from the …