A Healthier Wisconsin

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.

Funded Project Profiles

See how AHW-funded basic, clinical, and translational research projects are making an impact for health in Wisconsin


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Making Discovery Possible: Launching the MCW Tissue Bank

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Pancreatic Cancer Research Program

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

Plasma Factors in Patients with Sickle Cell Disease

Advancing understanding of the factors causing pain in patients with Sickle Cell Disease to identify targets for therapeutic intervention

OTO Clinomics

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

The Role of LLGL1 in Cardiac Development and Regeneration

Informing therapeutic targets for Wisconsin patients suffering from progressive heart failure

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

Growing the capacity of MCW investigators to impact health outcomes statewide

Establishing Wisconsin's First Cancer Precision Medicine Simulation Unit

Transforming and advancing the interpretation of cancer-associated gene mutations


See more funded projects on our funded project database

Contact Us

For further information about this funding pathway, contact Tracy Wilson at trwilson@mcw.edu.

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