Education & Outreach
Faculty in the UW-Madison Blood Research Program have cutting-edge extramurally funded programs that provide outstanding training opportunities for postdoctoral fellows, medical fellows, graduate students and undergraduates.
Interested candidates dedicated to developing strong training in laboratory investigation (basic and translational science) are encouraged to contact the individual faculty regarding current training opportunities. We aim to develop and nurture a community of highly talented, interactive, enthusiastic, and self-motivated scholars that will represent the next-generation of leaders in molecular and cellular hematology, oncology, and more generally in biomedical research and medicine. Please feel free to contact Dr. Bresnick (firstname.lastname@example.org) if you wish to discuss our program and potential training and/or job opportunities.
For a more detailed description of outreach and training opportunities (for high school students, undergraduates, graduate students, medical students, and visiting scholars/interns), click on the following link:
Faculty in the UW-Madison Blood Research Program participate in multiple highly ranked UW-Madison Graduate Programs including:
Graduate Student Curriculum
Cell and Regenerative Biology 640 (Fundamentals of Stem Cell and Regenerative Biology)
The course provides a foundation to understand fundamental biological, mechanistic, and experimental concepts in the field of stem cell and regenerative biology. The course is designed for graduate students and advanced undergraduates with a significant background in one or more of the following fields: biochemistry, molecular biology and cell biology.
UW-Madison Blood Research Program Colloquium
UW-Madison Blood Research Program members meet monthly to discuss their research efforts, new technical approaches, and to develop synergistic collaborations. This is an ideal forum for trainees to get constructive and critical feedback on their research, to hone their presentation skills, and to extend their network of interactions.