Education

In keeping with a tradition of excellence, University of Wisconsin Department of Medicine learners and faculty presented lectures and posters, and received several awards, at the annual American College of Physicians (ACP) Wisconsin Chapter Scientific Meeting, held in Wisconsin Dells on September 9-10, 2022. Dr. Twedt Receives Helen Dickie Award...
If you’re looking to create and maintain a research project, the Department of Medicine’s Office of Research Services (ORS) can provide vital support at every stage. “We’re here to assist our faculty, scientists and researchers throughout the life cycle of projects, from conception to proposal submission, award management and analysis...
As another academic year begins, four new chief residents have taken on leadership roles in the internal medicine residency program. Chief residency is an additional one-year experience that offers a blend of clinical education and mentoring, patient care and administration. Follow the links to learn more about each chief: John...
After two years of virtual ceremonies, the Department of Medicine celebrated the internal medicine residency graduates in person at Union South on June 12, 2022. The ceremony included remarks from the program director, Andrew Coyle, MD, and department chair, Lynn Schnapp, MD, and concluded with an awards presentation, found below...
Sarah Ahrens, MD, clinical associate professor, Hospital Medicine, commitment to mentorship helped guide Carmel Assa, MD, a 2022 UW SMPH graduate, and Lydia Buzzard, a third-year medical student, through the prestigious Sarnoff Fellowship. The Sarnoff Cardiovascular Research Foundation Fellowship offers medical students the opportunity to spend a year conducting biomedical...
The Infectious Diseases Society of America (IDSA), in collaboration with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, has selected 11 infectious disease (ID) programs for the first joint IDSA/CDC Epidemic Intelligence Service Fellowship. The UW Department of Medicine Infectious Disease Fellowship was selected for the pilot program because of its...
Gabby Waclawik, MD, MPH Vogelman/Carnes Family Endowed Chief Resident Medical School: University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health What does being a chief mean to you? Being a chief means I get to give back to the residency program in so many ways. Residency training is challenging everywhere...
Nadia Sweet, MD Trowbridge Endowed Primary Care Chief Resident Medical School: University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health What does being a chief mean to you? I’m excited to step into a leadership role that strives to provide our primary care residents with the skills, confidence, knowledge and...
Sarah Floden, MD Page Family Endowed Chief Resident Medical School: University of Iowa Carver College of Medicine What does being a chief mean to you? Supporting residents as a teacher, mentor, and confidante. Being a loyal advocate, striving to create an environment where residents are set up to reach their...
John Davis, MD Bridges Family Endowed Chief Resident Medical School: University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health What does being a chief mean to you? I have been lucky enough to work with many former UW chief residents, including some who have stayed at UW as attendings and...