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UW Board of Regents approves $134 million medical research facility

...eated to address health-care research and instructional needs of the 21st century, Fish said. The other facilities included in the initiative were the rennebohm Pharmacy Building and the Health Sciences Learning Center, both of which are complete. The project will be funded with $110.5 million in gifts and ...

Rennebohm foundation gives $15m to UW for medical research

...immerman Design Group. Madison, Wis. The Oscar rennebohm Foundation has contributed $15 million toward the ...e up of donations from private sources such as the rennebohm foundation. The university plans to bring toget...partnership. Finished HealthStar buildings are the rennebohm Pharmacy Building and the Health Sciences Learning...

What $750m means: a review of the state biotech plan

...Institutes of Health have put up $18 million in grant money, and the Oscar rennebohm Foundation recently contributed $15 million . The state would put up around... 1997 HealthStar initiative. The other two buildings, now complete, are the rennebohm Pharmacy Building and the Health Sciences Learning Center. Milwaukee rese...

Doyle praises Frist's new stem cell research position

...medicine. The $134 million project has been funded by the UW Foundation and the state, with help from private donors such as GE Electric and the Oscar rennebohm Foundation. John Wiley, chancellor of UW-Madison, said the IRC will work closely with other proposed research facilities such as the Wisconsin Inst...

Van Campen reviving UW's drug-development related education

...s "the station") is housed in the state-of-the-art rennebohm Hall just across the street from the UW Hospital ...pport the station. The gift of Lenor Zeeh When rennebohm Hall officially opened its doors in September of 2...ated pharmacist and eventual vice president of the rennebohm organization who served the pharmacy profession in...
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