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Rebecca Myerson

Rebecca Myerson

Assistant Professor, Population Health Sciences

How public policies can improve outcomes for vulnerable patients, including impacts on insurance coverage and incidence, diagnosis, and treatment of chronic conditions.

Corrine Voils

Corrine Voils

WARF Professor of Surgery

Expert on how we lose weight and keep it off; use genomic information to improve healthcare delivery; measure and improve medication adherence.

Kelly Schultz

Medical director and clinical instructor for WisCARES

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

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.