Steve Barczi

Dr. Barczi has been a clinician-educator who has worked in the areas of general geriatrics care, memory care and sleep disorders (with a special focus on sleep issues in later life) over the past 25 …

Christopher Brace

Christopher Brace is an Assistant Professor with the Departments of Radiology and Biomedical Engineering. He received his B.S. degree in physics and BSEE from the University of Wisconsin–Milwaukee in 2001, and his MSEE and Ph.D. …

Gina Bryan

Dr. Bryan is a clinical associate professor in the School of Nursing. She teaches in the undergraduate and graduate nursing programs. Dr. Bryan maintains an active clinical practice at Journey Medical Health Center, where she …

Melanie Buhr-Lawler

Dr. Melanie Buhr-Lawler is an audiologist and clinical professor in the Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders, where she teaches and supervises in the Doctor of Audiology program. Dr. Buhr-Lawler provides clinical care at the …

Richard Burgess

Richard prefers virtual talks. Dr. Richard R. Burgess is James D. Watson Emeritus Prof. of Oncology at the McArdle Laboratory for Cancer Research at UW–Madison. He founded the UW Biotechnology Center in 1984 and was …

William Burlingham

Dr. Burlingham serves on the editorial board of Transplantation. He is also the chairman of the University of Wisconsin Spring Immunology Seminar Series. Dr. Burlingham has developed a highly respected transplant basic research program that …

Cynthia Carlsson

Dr. Carlsson is trained as a physician in geriatric medicine and is currently a Professor of Medicine in the Division of Geriatrics at the University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health. She serves …

Anthony Cerulli

Anthony Cerulli is an historian of religions, whose work looks at issues central to the study of religion, such as ritual, comparitivism, and the politics of religious rhetoric. His work also contributes to the fields …

James Conway

Dr James H Conway is a professor in the Department of Pediatrics, Division of Infectious Diseases. His primary area of interest is centered on vaccine development and strengthening immunization programs, both domestic and international.  He …

Joshua Coon

Professor Coon develops and applies chemical instrumentation to measure proteins and metabolites in biological systems – including humans. His latest project is to embed such technology into a toilet to make real-time measurements of urine …

Dawn Davis

Dawn Davis is an Associate Professor in the Department of Medicine, Division of Endocrinology, Diabetes, and Metabolism. She grew up in Fort Atkinson, WI. She received her BS in Biochemistry from UW–Madison. She then received …

Alexis Eastman

Dr. Eastman is a geriatrician at UW, with clinics for primary care, and memory disorder diagnosis associated with the Wisconsin Alzheimer’s Institute. She currently serves as the Director of Clinical Operations for the UW geriatrics …

Emily Ehlerding

Emily Ehlerding is a PhD Student in the Medical Physics department. She earned her bachelor’s degrees in chemistry and physics from Manchester University in Indiana (she’s not cool enough to be from the U.K.) Now …

Kevin Eliceiri

Kevin Eliceiri is Director of the Laboratory for Optical and Computational Instrumentation (LOCI), and permanent principal investigator in the Laboratory for Cell and Molecular Biology (LCMB) in the Graduate School at UW–Madison. Eliceiri is also …

Angela Flickinger

Angela Flickinger is the Outreach Program Manager for Healthy Eating and Active Living within the Institute of Health and Well-being with UW-Madison, Division of Extension. Prior to this role, Flickinger was a Professor in the …

Theodore Goodfriend

Dr. Ted Goodfriend is a graduate of Swarthmore and U. of Penn Medical School, training at Case-Western Reserve, Washington University, and NIH. Dr. Goodfriend has been on the faculty at UW–Madison since 1965. He has …

Sterling Johnson

I am a clinical neuropsychologist and neuroscientist focused on understanding age and AD-related changes in brain and cognition. I am particularly interested in disambiguating presymptomatic dementia-processes from aging and other age-related brain diseases using molecular …

Robert Kirchdoerfer

Robert received his Ph.D. and did his postdoctoral research at Scripps Research in California. Beginning in graduate school and continuing into his own laboratory research, he has used high-resolution imaging techniques to figure out how …

Jordana Lenon

Jordana Lenon, B.S. ’84 UW–Madison, has worked in biomedical research communications at UW–Madison since the mid-1990s, when UW–Madison scientist James Thomson became the first in the world to successfully isolate and culture nonhuman primate embryonic …

Kristyn Masters

Kristyn Masters is a Vilas Distinguished Achievement Professor and Vice Chair in the Department of Biomedical Engineering. She earned her B.S. from the University of Michigan and her Ph.D. from Rice University, both in Chemical …

Patrick McBride

Dr. Patrick McBride is a national expert in the prevention of heart disease and cholesterol, and speaks frequently on how to take care of your heart. He also speaks on exercise and nutrition. Dr. McBride …

Natascha Merten

Dr. Natascha Merten is a Scientist in the Okonkwo Lab within the Division of Geriatrics and Gerontology and an Honorary Affiliate in the Department of Population Health Sciences. Dr. Merten is also the Director of …

Laura Muehlbauer

Laura Muehlbauer is an Analytical Chemistry PhD student in the Chemistry Department. Laura earned her undergraduate degree in Chemistry from St. Olaf College in Northfield, MN, graduating summa cum laude and Phi Beta Kappa. Her …

Nicole Nelson

Nicole Nelson is an Assistant Professor in the History department at the University of Wisconsin–Madison. Her research examines scientists’ assumptions about the natural world and how these assumptions shape scientific practice. She also does research on …

Sean Palecek

Sean Palecek graduated from the University of Delaware, majoring in chemical engineering with a minor in biology. He began graduate studies at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, working with Doug Lauffenburger in the Department of …

Kavita Poddar

Kavita Poddar worked as a dietitian in India, then came to United States for higher education. She earned her PhD in nutrition from Virginia Tech and worked as a post-doc at Johns Hopkins before moving …

Keith Poulsen

Keith Poulsen is a practicing large animal veterinarian at the Morrie Waud Large Animal Hospital at the School of Veterinary Medicine and am the Section Head of Client Services at the Wisconsin Veterinary Diagnostic Laboratory. …

Lucas Richert

Lucas Richert is a historian of medicine and pharmacy, who focuses on legal and illegal drugs, drug science and technology, pharmaceutical pricing and policy, and mental health. Richert has studied and worked in Canada, the …

Warren Rose

Warren Rose is an Associate Professor of Pharmacy and Medicine at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. His research interests and expertise in acute bacterial infections include antimicrobial pharmacology, resistance and virulence, and host-pathogen interactions. He holds …

Krishanu Saha

Professor Saha teaches biomedical engineering, genomics and ethics. In addition to running a research lab at the UW-Madison, he is currently leading two national centers on CRISPR-Cas9 genome editing.

Kurt Sladky

Kurt K. Sladky, MS, DVM, Dipl. ACZM: Received his MS and DVM from UW–Madison and completed a Residency in Zoological Medicine at North Carolina State University College of Veterinary Medicine. He is a Diplomate of …

Traci Snedden

Traci Snedden is an Assistant Professor in the School of Nursing at UW–Madison. Her diverse clinical background reflects a long history in the highly ranked Children’s Hospitals of Milwaukee, Seattle and Denver, where she provided …

Daniel Van Der Weide

Professor Daniel Van Der Weide is a pioneer in ultrafast electronics. He applies these terahertz electronic and optical insights to remote threat detection, advanced devices and medicine.

John Yin

John Yin is a faculty member at UW-Madison, where he teaches courses in chemical and biological engineering. Outside of the classroom, he and his student co-workers pursue two main questions: what are plausible mechanisms for …