Basic, Clinical & Translational Research Pathway


Driving research discoveries by advancing the work of biomedical researchers to translate research from the lab bench to patient bedside to community and back, creating the new knowledge necessary to address Wisconsin’s health needs.

Overview

Propelling promising work and ideas across biomedical research to increase discovery, accelerate the translation and dissemination of new knowledge, and develop effective and sustainable research partnerships.

Partnering for Change …

with basic science, clinical, and translational researchers at the Medical College of Wisconsin to advance the research and clinical care necessary to improve health in Wisconsin communities

Creating Opportunities for Impact …

in Wisconsin’s biomedical research landscape by
 

  • Investing grant dollars in innovative research and strategic partnerships that contribute to greater understanding of, and an increased capacity to address, the biological and genetic factors that influence health
  • Connecting basic, clinical, and translational investigators through programming to educate around Wisconsin’s health needs and facilitate the sharing of ideas and resources
  • Influencing progress through both funding awards and programming initiatives that enhance skills and abilities of those involved in health research in Wisconsin
     

Producing Outcomes for a Healthier Wisconsin …

by developing innovative research and discovery, translating and disseminating new knowledge, and promoting effective partnerships

OPEN Basic, Clinical & Translational Research FUNDING OPPORTUNITIES

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Funded Project Profiles

Read about the impact that AHW-funded research projects are making across Wisconsin:

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MCW Tissue Bank

Advancing research by centralizing the collection, storage, and distribution of human specimens

Identifying Novel Genes and Pathways Involved in Glucose Regulation

Understanding the role of genes in type 2 diabetes to improve treatment in Wisconsin

OTO Clinomics

Establishing a precision health and outcomes program in otolaryngology at the Medical College of Wisconsin

Improving Research Capacity to Impact Heart Health, Healthy Minds & Cancer

Growing the capacity of MCW investigators to impact health outcomes statewide

Personalized Medicine Program

Establishing new sequencing and data analysis resources for research and health care delivery related to personalized medicine

Pancreatic Cancer Research Program

Establishing an integrated clinical and translational pancreatic cancer research program at the Medical College of Wisconsin

See more funded projects on our funded project database.

Contact Us

For further information about this funding pathway, contact Yumari Ortiz at yortiz@mcw.edu.

Explore other pathways

We believe that change is sparked more rapidly and impact is greater when we work together. We seek out Wisconsin’s innovators, collaborators, and problem-solvers across four pathways:

 

 

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