Two new studies involving a newly identified gene show that Alzheimer’s disease could be diagnosed as much as 20 years before symptoms develop.
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[Updated] Nurses need more training and more independence, according to Donna Shalala, former chancellor of the University of Wisconsin-Madison. Shalala is the keynote speaker at today’s School of Nursing’s 11th annual Littlefield Leadership Lecture in the Wisconsin Union Theater.
After three years of winter luaus, Lily’s Fund can support a new researcher in epilepsy. This year’s January 15 fundraiser netted $64,000 to bring epilepsy into the spotlight.
School of Nursing faculty and staff had their first look February 25 at schematic designs for the School’s new building, which features a two-story atrium, 300-seat auditorium; wired, interactive classrooms, and simulation labs.
Led by museum director Russell Panczenko, visitors donned hard hats and sensible shoes for a tour of the Chazen Museum of Art expansion. Completion is slated for late summer with grand opening celebrations in October.