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  • Qiang Chang named new Waisman Center Director

    Qiang Chang, MCP Faculty and a longstanding member of the University of Wisconsin–Madison Waisman Center’s leadership team, has been named the new director of the center following a nationwide search.

  • Dr. Ying Ge awarded H.I. Romnes Faculty Fellowship

    Ying Ge, Associate Professor of Cell and Regenerative Biology and Chemistry and MCP Trainer, studies molecular and cellular mechanisms underlying cardiac diseases and regeneration via systems biology approaches featuring high-resolution mass spectrometry-based top-down proteomics. Ge …

  • Dr. Gail Robertson honored with Kellett Mid-Career Award

    Gail Robertson, professor of Neuroscience and trainer in the MCP Program, studies how excitable cells of the heart and brain produce coordinated electrical activity. Her research led to the development of drug safety tests used …

  • Dr. Ed Chapman, PhD, Published in Nature

    Congratulations to Dr. Ed Chapman, HHMI Investigator, Professor in the Dept of Neuroscience, and MCP Trainer, on publishing “Dynamics and number of trans-SNARE complexes determine nascent fusion pore properties” in Nature. View the full text …

  • Dr. Timothy Kamp part of UW-Madison team on a new $20M cell-based therapy center

    Dr. Timothy Kamp, MD, PhD, Professor and Dr. Herman and Ailene Tuchman Chair in Clinical Cardiology, Cardiovascular Medicine, is among UW-Madison members involved in a new $20M cell-based therapy center funded by the National Science …

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