Professor finding new ways to improve medical imaging

A professor at UW-Madison is developing new methods for reducing errors in CT scans, MRIs and other imaging techniques. Guang-Hong Chen is a medical physics specialist at the Wisconsin Institutes for Medical Research with a …

UW Earns Grant to Build Opioid Relapse App

The University of Wisconsin announced recently that it received a $3.42 million grant from the National Institutes of Health (NIH) to develop an app to prevent opioid relapses. The goal of the project is to …

StartUp Builds Community One Meal at a Time

It takes more than munchies to motivate undergrads to attend events and programs, but we all know offering food never hurts. The StartUp Learning Community recognizes and embraces the vital community building aspect of a …

WAVE-ing Goodbye to a Great Practical Experience

Every spring semester, graduate students from many disciplines and degree programs come together in Grainger Hall to participate in the Weinert Applied Ventures in Entrepreneurship (WAVE) class. This year, I had the pleasure of participating …