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University of Wisconsin–Madison

Tag health/medicine, human

Matthew Aliota

Matthew Aliota

Research Assistant Professor, Pathobiological Sciences

Expert on the evolution and transmission dynamics of arthropod-borne pathogens.

Kathleen Antony

Kathleen Antony

Clinical Assistant Professor, Obstetrics and Gynecology

Maternal-fetal medicine specialist and expert on global maternal and child health. Able to discuss Zika virus and pregnancy.

David O'Connor

David O'Connor

Professor, Pathology and Laboratory Medicine; Associate Director, Wisconsin National Primate Research Center

Study the interplay of genetics, immunology, and viral pathogenesis. Focus on HIV/AIDS and novel viral pathogen emergence in human populations.

Mel  Freitag

Mel Freitag

Assistant clinical professor, School of Nursing

Dr. Mel Freitag strives for social justice in nursing through her work as Diversity Director and Assistant Clinical Professor

Audrey Tluczek

Audrey Tluczek

Associate professor, School of Nursing

Expert in research about newborn genetic screening and related family-centered culturally congruent interventions.

Nancy Pandhi

Nancy Pandhi

Assistant professor, Department of Family Medicine and Community Health

Expert on primary care redesign, behavioral health integration in primary care and patient experience with depression

Ajay Sethi

Ajay Sethi

Associate Professor, Population Health Sciences; Faculty Director, Master of Public Health Program

Expert on infectious disease epidemiology

Heather Norsby

Clinical Instructor; University of Wisconsin- School of Nursing

Undergraduate Junior level clinical educator and a Labor and Delivery practicing nurse.

Andrea  Gilmore-Bykovskyi

Andrea Gilmore-Bykovskyi

Clinical assistant professor, School of Nursing

Expert on dementia care, health services research, pain and symptom management in dementia, clinical decision-support interventions, electronic health records, and post-acute and long-term care.

Barbara Pinekenstein

Clinical Professor, Richard E. Sinaiko Professor in Health Care Leadership

Expert on healthcare leadership,clinical informatics, and nursing workforce

Lisa Bratzke

Lisa Bratzke

Assistant Professor, School of Nursing

Expert on cognition and its effect on maintaining independence as one ages.

Douglas Dulli

Douglas Dulli

Professor of Neurology

Expert in chronic headache, migraine, stroke and stroke rehab as well as tropical medicine

Natalie Wheeler

Natalie Wheeler

Assistant professor of Neurology

Expert in stroke rehab and prevention

Laura Buyan Dent

Laura Buyan Dent

Associate Professor of Neurology

Treats movement disorders, works with artists affected by neurological conditions that affect performance

Stephanie Gardon

Stephanie Gardon

Assistant Professor of Neurology

Expert on neuromuscular disorders including ALS, or amyotrophic lateral sclerosis

Bikash Pattnaik

Bikash Pattnaik

Assistant Professor, Pediatrics Ophthalmology & Visual Sciences

Expert on Eye Physiology, both in vivo and ex vivo Electrophysiology, cellular and neuronal network in the retina, ion-channel function

Dudley Lamming

Assistant Professor, Medicine

Expert on how nutrition can be used to promote healthy aging

Joseph Austerweil

Joseph Austerweil

Assistant Professor of Psychology and Computer Science (affiliate)

I am a cognitive psychologist with expertise in human and machine learning. I focus on how and when people solve problems better than machines.

Sanjay Asthana

Sanjay Asthana

Associate dean for gerontology; professor and division head, geriatrics

Expert on Alzheimer’s disease, aging, neuroscience, geriatrics, academic research infrastructure, and clinical trials design.

Nathaniel  Chin

Nathaniel Chin

Assistant professor, medicine, geriatrics and gerontology

Expert on geriatric medicine and diagnosing and treating Alzheimer’s disease and other dementias

Jacqueline Gerhart

Jacqueline Gerhart

MD, Associate Professor, Family Medicine and Community Health

Expert on primary care, community health, continuity of healthcare, and wellness over the lifespan. Interested in healthcare systems and quality improvement.

Carey  Gleason

Carey Gleason

Associate professor, medicine, geriatrics and gerontology

Expert on cognitive aging, dementia, and Alzheimer’s disease, as well as post-menopausal hormone therapy