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Medical College grad school dean Bill Hendee to retire

Wauwatosa, Wis. - William R. Hendee will retire effective June 30 as dean of the Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences at the Medical College of Wisconsin , and devote more time to editing a leading scientific journal. Hendee, who also will retire as president of the MCW Research Foundation,...

The Information Age of Healthcare - Leaders featured on local new economy show

...ago and today the systems secure and confidential database holds records for 3 million patients, about 56% of Wisconsins population. Both Klein and hendee pointed out that Auroras advances are only one example of Wisconsins health technology leadership. Klein pointed to established leaders like GE Medica...

Governor Proclaims November 1-7 Health Science and Technology Recognition Week

..." Mike Klein, founder of the Wisconsin Technology Network, and Dr. Bill hendee of the Medical College of Wisconsin led the effort that resulted in the Gov...ase serves as a technology center of excellence for the entire Midwest, Dr. hendee said. Two other Wisconsin associations, Wisconsin Technology Council an...

Milwaukee research alliance sees need for incubator

... planning group to ensure the region can support research in the long term. hendee said the question for now was where resources and money would come from, but more space is necessary. Weve got the cart before the horse here, hendee said. We have to find ways of being able to take advantage of opportunities...

Neurognostics pushes early prediction of brain disease

...unded in April 2003, when Rao director of the functional imaging research center at the Medical College of Wisconsin was approached by Dean William hendee and asked what he was working on, and if it had commercial applications. Rao said the pro-business attitude toward his research was welcome, and al...

New biomedical institute aims to unite business and academia in SE Wisconsin

...ncreasingly relies on disciplines such as physics, math, computer science," hendee said. "These disciplines are becoming more and more important to delivery o...m these basic science areas. "We can't re-create our whole university," hendee said. "If we tried to develop that level of expertise, we would be creating...

Hendee promoted to president of MCW Research Foundation; Gutterman steps up

...Medical College of Wisconsin has promoted William hendee to president of its non-profit Research Foundatio...ouncement on Friday. "Over the past 14 years, Bill hendee has provided outstanding leadership in three key a...ns. Before joining the Medical College in 1991, hendee was the American Medical Association's vice presid...

Biotech Alliance pushes ahead in SE Wisconsin with likely state funding

...as giving them an opportunity for further funding. hendee cited that similar partnerships between the Mayo C... rather than capitalizing them to the real world," hendee said. "One of the things in very short supply in W...oose ties with similar groups in the Madison area. hendee said they have had meetings with the Wisconsin Bi...

Doyle partially vetoes SE Wisconsin technology grant

...nces and president of the MCW Research Foundation. hendee said the BTA knew the grant would likely get lower... sources until we can reach the initial request'," hendee said. "We don't want to go through that matching p...d new sources of funds to make up the difference," hendee said. Kanavas has sharply criticized these cuts...

Midwest health care technology luring greater investment focus

... are certainly looking better here than they were three to four years ago," hendee said of the venture investment scene. The survey, by Cleveland-based Bio...ture investment across the Midwest." The Medical College of Wisconsin's hendee cites a growing national recognition that the Midwest, especially the Chica...
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