One Step at a Time
Amputation is often the result of diabetic foot
ulcers. School of Medicine researchers aim to avoid this drastic measure,
focusing instead on healing and prevention.
The West Nile virus is slowly making its way around
the world, and it hit hard this past summer in the American Midwest. Immunotherapy
may be what stems the tide.
A clinical/basic science collaboration examines
the complexities of Simpson Golabi Behmel Syndrome, a pediatric overgrowth
condition linked to the X chromosome.
Picture Page: Medical Mission
The 21st General Hospital in World War II.
Sami Barmada, a fifth-year MD/PhD student in the university's
division of biology and biomedical sciences, recently finished his first
Ironman triathlon. The race marked the inaugural run of Ironman Wisconsin,
held in Madison. Barmada ranked 506th out of 1,802 finishers.