Eight UWM students won awards recognizing their excellence in research into health, space and other important issues.
The Wisconsin Wastewater Surveillance Program joins just three other Centers of Excellence in the country. The WWSP was a pioneer during the COVID-19 pandemic in developing and applying wastewater-based surveillance for the SARS-CoV-2 virus.
The funding, the largest gift in university history, will help continue to advance health equity on behalf of the people of Milwaukee by supporting two endowments: the Zilber Faculty Excellence Fund and the Vera Zilber Student Program Fund.
There’s a severe shortage both in Wisconsin and nationwide of nurses who have specialized training and education to work with patients who have experienced sexual assault, abuse or incest.
Increasing pay and creating avenues for more affordable education could entice more young people to enter a health care profession or help retain workers in an industry that is especially struggling to fill jobs.
Sandra Millon Underwood has been named to the U.S. Preventive Services Task Force, an independent panel of national experts that works to improve the health of Americans by making recommendations about clinical preventive services, such as screenings, behavioral counseling and preventive medications.
Plastic waste breaks down in the environment, but little is known about just how much they degrade and what the effects on people might be.
Michele Polfuss, associate professor of nursing at UWM, has been selected to be a fellow of the American Academy of Nursing.
Chemistry professor Mark Dietz and graduates of his lab are helping two Wisconsin companies produce a vital material that was until recently available only from foreign sources.
On this episode of Curious Campus, two experts talk about an often overlooked problem that research suggests has gotten worse over the last two years.