The Cystic Fibrosis Newborn Screening Trial

Benjamin Wilfond, Director, Pediatric Bioethics, Seattle Children's Hospital, explains the history and goals of screening newborns for Cystic Fibrosis. Early detection allows for the improvement in nutrition and pulmonary care.

What is Normal Memory Loss?

Barbara Bendlin, Assistant Professor, UW School of Medicine and Public Health, explores normal memory loss due to aging, Alzheimer’s disease and suggests ways to age more healthfully.

Simple Steps to Eating Local

Jasia Steinmetz, Professor, Food and Nutrition, UW-Stevens Point, explores ways to support and maintain family food traditions, energize youth and create jobs focusing on local foods.

Challenges of Developing Food for a Mars Mission

Michele Perchonok, Advanced Food Technology Manager, NASA, explains the methods used to develop a food system that is safe, nutritious, acceptable and provides balanced resources for astronauts while they are traveling in space.

Flight Simulator for Surgeons

Eftychios Sifakis, Assistant Professor, Department of Computer Sciences, UW-Madison, introduces a sophisticated new simulator which offers surgical students the opportunity to master detailed procedures before operating on live patients. This new devise is comparable a flight simulator used to train pilots.

20 Years of Stem Cell Milestones at the UW

William Murphy, Co-Director, UW Stem Cell & Regenerative Medicine Center, shares the work at the center to create biological materials which could offer new options in the treatment of diseases.

Biomedical Big Data

Mark Craven, Professor, UW School of Medicine and Public Health, discusses the work at UW to develop a new generation of information technologies that will have the power to revolutionize modern medicine.

Cancer Research and Treatment

UW School of Medicine and Public Health Mini Med School event with presenters: Paul Ahlquist, Professor, McArdle Laboratory for Cancer Research; Paul Sondel, Professor, Pediatric Oncology, UW School of Medicine and Public Health; Shigeki Miyamoto, Professor, McArdle Laboratory for Cancer Research and Ruth O'Regan, Division Chief, Hematology and Oncology, UW School of Medicine and Public Health.

Finding New Targets for Cancer Drugs

Richard Burgess, Professor Emeritus, McArdle Laboratory for Cancer Research, UW-Madison, shares the history of cancer research at the UW McArdle Lab since 1971 and focuses on the importance of basic research in the war on cancer, collaboration and the results of one of the collaborations.

Diagnosing and Treating Prostate Cancer

David Jarrard, Professor, Department of Urology, UW School of Medicine and Public Health, addresses clinical questions about prostate cancer including why it is more frequent in an aging population, which cancers are dangerous and how to identify them. Jarrard discusses whether prostate cancer can be prevented.


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