Dr. Linda Schuler one of Four Faculty Receiving 2019 Hilldale Awards

Linda Schuler was a member of the first class of professors hired to inaugurate the UW–Madison School of Veterinary Medicine in 1983. Her research defined the genetic details of the hormonal control of milk production in dairy cows. That work led Schuler to discover that the milk-stimulating hormone prolactin can induce breast cancer, distinguishing her as a researcher eager to pursue leads toward the next problem. Read full article here