UWM researcher Marcia Silva has developed a filter to prevent phosphorus from fertilizer and manure from flowing into lakes and streams.
The Milwaukee Institute for Drug Discovery at UWM assists scientists in their quests to bring life-changing pharmaceuticals to the marketplace.
The partnership with the Medical College of Wisconsin features a training method for physicians called human-centered design.
Ava Udvadia studies the genetics that allow fish to heal optic nerve damage. Her research may one day change how we treat human eye injuries.
To reduce maternal death rates, a UWM professor created an online resource that would allow clinicians to see patient data all in one place.
UWM researchers are developing innovative imaging technology to detect alterations in the brain’s blood flow and metabolism.
UWM researchers developed a cute robot to lead senior citizens through group tai chi classes and tested the efficacy of the robot-led instruction.
UWM researchers discovered antibiotic-resistant bacteria in city sewerage systems and are now studying the health impacts of these microbes.
A UWM researcher conducted a study that examined how self-selected leisure activities affected blood pressure and stress levels in students.
Colleen Galambos is examining how social isolation and loneliness affects the health of adults 50 and older.
A UWM dean is part of a research team studying what happened after a junk food tax was implemented by the Navajo Nation.
New research shows that herpes and other infections that stay with you for life could put you at greater risk for depression.
UWM faculty are developing computer programs that can predict kidney failure and other illnesses before symptoms appear.
A new study shows aerobic exercise can help counter the harmful effects of marijuana on teens’ ability to think.
E-cigarette marketers target young users by promoting sweet e-cigarette flavors, including baked goods and other desserts.
Changing how day care centers are cleaned could improve air quality for children with asthma.
UWM and the Medical College of Wisconsin are partnering on a program that supports doctors treating pregnant and perinatal women.
Tumors shed fragments of DNA into the blood, which Spencer Huang believes could help doctors diagnose cancer earlier and provide more effective treatment.
Children with special needs face two to three times the risk of obesity than other children. Michele Polfuss, an assistant professor of nursing, helps those children and their families better manage their weight.
UWM scientists are creating more powerful and longer-lasting batteries that can be used in everything from electronics to electric cars.