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Robert Kirchdoerfer

Assistant Professor, Biochemistry, Institute for Molecular Virology, Laboratory of Cell and Molecular Biology

Expert on coronavirus entry into host cells and replication of viral RNA genomes. Structural biology and molecular aspects of protein machines.

Rebecca M.  Minter

Rebecca M. Minter

A.R. Curreri Professor and Chair, Department of Surgery; Division of Surgical Oncology, Divisions of General Surgery

Surgical oncologist with expertise in pancreatic cancer and leader of pancreatic cancer prevention program. Expertise in surgical education and training.

Michael Pulia

Michael Pulia

Assistant Professor, Emergency Medicine, Director, Emergency Medicine Antibiotic Stewardship Research Program

Expert on drug-resistant bacterial infections (superbugs) and efforts to improve antibiotic prescribing in healthcare settings. Improving antibiotic stewardship by reducing diagnostic errors.

Manish Shah

Manish Shah

Professor, Emergency Medicine; Vice Chair of Research

Emergency physician with expertise in caring for older adults, particularly dementia. Research on innovative approaches for emergency care of older adults.

Gregg Mitman

Gregg Mitman

Vilas Research and William Coleman Professor of History, Medical History, and Environmental Studies

History of science, medicine, and the environment in the U.S. and the world

Micaela SULLIVAN-FOWLER, M.S., M.A.

Head of Marketing & Communications for Ebling Library; Curator of Rare Books & Special Collections

Public Historian/Librarian who recently installed an exhibition on WW1 & the Pandemic of 1918. Knowledgeable about national & UW experience with 1918 Pandemic.

Mary Hayney

Mary Hayney

Professor of Pharmacy

Expert on immunization of immunosuppressed individuals, vaccine use and policy, and pharmacy-based immunization services.

Oguzhan Alagoz

Oguzhan Alagoz

Professor, industrial and systems engineering; Professor, population health sciences

expert on modeling infectious diseases & cancer; expert in health care analytics

Nasia  Safdar

Nasia Safdar

Professor, School of Medicine and Public Health; Medical Director of Infection Control and Prevention at UW Health

Expert on infectious disease, healthcare-associated infections, and the rise of multi-drug resistant organisms.

Elizabeth (Betsy) Nugent

Chief Clinical Research Officer; Director of Clinical Trials Development and Accreditation

Expertise in innovative methods to improve the efficiency and adaptability of clinical research operations and integration in the health care setting

Mostafa Zamanian

Mostafa Zamanian

Assistant Professor, Pathobiological Sciences

Expert on parasitic diseases of humans and animals

Janis Tupesis

Janis Tupesis

Faculty, Emergency Medicine; Associate Director - UW Madison Global Health Institute

Works in the fields of global emergency care and global emergency health systems, with a focus on post-graduate medical education programs.

David Andes

David Andes

William A Craig Professor of Medicine, Microbiology, and Immunology

Infectious diseases clinician and scientist with expertise in general infectious diseases, antibiotic resistance, drug discovery, fungal and biofilm infections

Dr. Michael Miller

Faculty in the addiction medicine fellowship program of the Department of Family Medicine and Community Health

Expert on addiction medicine and general psychiatry,

Jeffrey  Pothof

Jeffrey Pothof

Associate Professor of Emergency Medicine, School of Medicine and Public Health; Chief Quality Officer, UW Health

Expert on acute injury and illness, medical helicopter transport, and healthcare quality and safety

William Hartman

William Hartman

Assistant prof of Anesthesiology, School of Medicine and Public Health; Medical Dir of UW Health Pre-Op Clinic

Principal Investigator for the UW COVID-19 Convalescent Plasma Program (Adult and Pediatric Programs), PI for the UW-Regeneron Monoclonal Antibody (Antispike) Clinical Trials

Joshua Roth

Joshua Roth

Assistant Professor, Orthopedics and Mechanical Engineering; Director, Biomechanical Advances in Medicine Lab

Expert on orthopedic biomechanics (especially related to the knee) and total knee replacement (arthroplasty)

Fei Zhao

Comparative Biosciences

Sex organ development

Tamala Bradham

Tamala Bradham

Process Improvement Manager

Extensive leadership experience in defining strategies that strengthen organizations' efficiencies by improving quality, empowering employees, and nurturing an environment of continuous learning using systems science.

Richard Davidson

Richard Davidson

William James and Vilas Professor of Psychology and Psychiatry; Founder & Director of the Center for Healthy Minds

Expert in neuroscience of emotion and methods to promote human flourishing, including meditation and related contemplative practices

Shanda Wells

Shanda Wells

Behavioral Health Manager for Primary Care

Expert on general and brief evidence-based interventions for therapy, integrated care, collaboration within systems and child psychology.

Elizabeth Wright

Elizabeth Wright

Professor, Biochemistry

Expert on the development and use of cryo-electron microscopy (cryo-EM) as applied to viruses, bacteria, and human cells.

Sarah Jung

Sarah Jung

Assistant Professor, Department of Surgery

Dr. Jung is a Learning Scientist focused on developing learner-centered training environments and studying how perceptions of the environment influence learning trajectories in medical education.

Tiffany Green

Assistant Professor, Departments of Population Health Sciences and Obstetrics and Gynecology

Expert in the causes and consequences of racial/ethnic disparities in reproductive health

James Kelleher

Associate Professor of Medical History & Bioethics; Associate Professor of Philosophy

Expert on the intersection between ethics and climate change economics, and on ethical issues in health policy.

John Eason

John Eason

Associate Professor/Sociology

My research interest challenges existing models and develops new theories of community, health, race, punishment, and rural/urban processes.

Lauren Schmitz

Lauren Schmitz

Assistant Professor, La Follette School of Public Affairs

Expert on the interplay between social experiences, genetics, and disparities in health and aging; early life adversity and aging; ethical use of genetic data

Jessica  Hite

Jessica Hite

Assistant Professor, Pathobiological Sciences

Hite's research uses interdisciplinary approaches to gain new insight into how pathogens evolve in response to drugs and immune defense strategies.

Denia  Garcia

Denia Garcia

Assistant professor of public affairs

Garcia examines the role of space and organizations in shaping how inequalities are experienced and reproduced.

Bradley Bolling

Bradley Bolling

Associate Professor, Food Science

Expert in food, nutrition, and health. Specializing in the health benefits of vegetables, fruits, and dairy products.