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Company Overview of Medical College Of Wisconsin
Medical College of Wisconsin is an educational institution offering biomedical education, patient care, and research facilities. It includes bioinformatics research center, biophysics research institute, biostatistics consulting center, cancer center, cardiovascular center, adenoviral core facility, center for aids intervention research, and center for the study of bioethics. The college was established in 1978 and is based in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. It has endowment assets worth $58.2 million.
8701 Watertown Plank Road
Milwaukee, WI 53226-0509
Founded in 1978
Key Executives for Medical College Of Wisconsin
President Emeritus and Trustee
Dean Emeritus and Director of Translational Research Resources Office
Vice President of Operations
Vice Chair of the Anesthesiology Department
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2015.
Medical College Of Wisconsin Key Developments
The Medical College of Wisconsin Receives $20 Million Clinical and Translational Science Award Grant to Continue CTSIS Collaborative Biomedical Research in Southeastern Wisconsin
Aug 18 15
The Medical College of Wisconsin has been awarded a five year, $20 million clinical and translational science award from the National Institutes of Health. This competitive grant renewal will fund the work of the clinical and translational science Institute of Southeastern Wisconsin, a consortium of eight regional organizations whose mission is to advance the health of the community through research and discovery. Using innovative mechanisms, CTSI members work to translate research discoveries more quickly into preventive, diagnostic and therapeutic interventions for patients. Consortium members share resources, technology, knowledge and expertise to work towards those goals. The CTSI research portfolio includes more than 185 studies, with more than 47 collaborative research studies underway. Some of those new programs and advancements include development of new technologies for patient care and wellness, including a new DNA test for organ transplant rejection and an Avatar program for virtual medical offices, formation of the clinical research database warehouse, which includes in excess of 1.3 million patients and allows MCW to participate in national outcomes research initiatives, research in special populations, including more than 15 research projects focused on veterans and housed in a translational research unit at the Clement Zablocki VA Medical Center and creation of monthly CTSI radio program that demonstrates the value and the collective power of the CTSI.
Medical College of Wisconsin Plans $70 Million Professional Office Building
Jun 4 15
Medical College of Wisconsin announced that it will spend $70 million to $79 million constructing a professional office building at its headquarters campus in Wauwatosa. The Medical College said the building will be seven or eight stories tall and total 225,000 square feet of floor space. The structure will be on the north side of Connell Avenue between the Medical College's medical education building and Dynacare Laboratories on the Milwaukee County Regional Medical Center campus. The project will create workspace for many of the Medical College's physician faculty and their administrative staff. The building will house up to 1,200 faculty and staff members and will not be utilized for patient care. Design is scheduled to begin this summer and the project is expected to take two years to complete. The Medical College has begun a search for an owner's representative and architectural design services. Medical College of Wisconsin announced it will open a pharmacy school at the college's Wauwatosa campus with startup costs of about $30 million. The college anticipates the school will open by summer of either 2017 or 2018. The new school's classroom space will be created in the college's existing Wauwatosa campus education buildings.
Medical College Of Wisconsin Appoints John T. (Jack) Newsome as Vice President and General Counsel
Mar 30 15
John T. (Jack) Newsome, MBA, JD, has been named vice president and general counsel for the Medical College of Wisconsin. Newsome currently serves as senior vice president and corporate counsel for Continuum Health Alliance in Marlton, NJ. In his role at MCW, Newsome will serve as chief legal officer and a member of the institutions senior leadership team. He will oversee all aspects of legal counsel to MCW including trustee, faculty, student and staff affairs; regulatory matters; labor and employment litigation; and financial and research concerns; and will work collaboratively with risk assessment and compliance. In addition, Newsome will advise on sponsored programs and contract matters including intellectual property, copyright, patent law and research compliance.
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