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By Megan Provost ’20 An electron microscope image of the scaffold used for growing retinal cells. An interdisciplinary effort among UW–Madison researchers is the next step toward curing once-irreversible vision loss. David Gamm, professor of ophthalmology and visual sciences at the UW School of Medicine and Public Health and director of...

-- The UW School of Medicine and Public Health is looking to enroll more participants in a study exploring the efficacy of COVID-19 vaccines in people with inflammatory bowel disease.  The HERCULES study, which began in April, focuses on the immune system response of IBD patients...

A recent study of around 300 COVID-19 patients in Wisconsin found that vaccinated people had similar levels of viral particles in their nasal passages as those who were unvaccinated. The study from UW-Madison, Exact Sciences and Public Health Madison and Dane County suggests that those...

Wisconsin’s two medical schools are collaborating on a study addressing health disparities in the state. The University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health and the Medical College of Wisconsin will use $3 million in endowment money to measure and recommend solutions for health inequities,...